How to Start a Charcuterie Board Business: $100k in Sales in 9 Months (2022)

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How to Start a Charcuterie Board Business: $100k in Sales in 9 Months (1)

Last May, Monisha Misra reluctantly accepted her first customer. Nine months later, she’d eclipsed $100k in total sales — all on the side from her day job.

BoardsByMo.com is a charcuterie board prep company, and the early success and attention in that arena has spun off other revenue streams including virtual live charcuterie board building classes.

Monisha has covered a lot of ground in the last year.

She started out donating snack platters to essential workers during the beginning of the pandemic. Now she’s scaling up her B2B operations, running online classes several times a week, and holding several business workshops a month.

Tune in to hear:

  • how Monisha has grown her Instagram following to over 20,000 people
  • the actions she took to build a 6-figure operation on the side in less than a year
  • how she’s been streamlining her business and adding additional income streams

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Boards By Mo: Inspiration and First Steps

When the stay-at-home orders were put in place in Boston last March, Monisha thought it was just going to be a couple of weeks. Still, she started going a little “stir crazy” at home.

She missed going into the office and seeing her friends, and also had a lot of friends and family who were essential employees and health care workers working long hours.

Seeing her friends working so hard gave her the idea to prepare some little “snack platters or home-cooked meals” for them. Monisha started dropping these off at hospitals around Boston for free.

Monisha had to stop doing this when hospitals started getting really busy around the end of March. However, in April, some of the staff she had given platters to started reaching out to Monisha and asking if they could buy some.

That “planted a little seed” as far as the idea for this becoming a business goes. Monisha said she didn’t see this becoming a full-time thing though, as she assumed she’d be going back to work in the near future.

Another month went by, and still under lockdown orders, a friend reached out and asked if Monisha would make a cheeseboard for her mom for Mother’s Day.

She insisted on paying and also insisted that Monisha at least start an Instagram account and think about turning this into a business. On May 5th, 2020, Monisha started her Instagram account, and on May 10th, she had her first order.

“It was never supposed to happen, I just kept thinking this is cool,” Monisha told me.

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Getting Your First Charcuterie Board Customers

After Monisha started her Instagram account, she started to gauge the general interest in her boards. She started following all of her coworkers and posted what she called, “almost like a fake promotion”, which read:

$40 date night board gets delivered to your doorstep, mix of cheese, charcuterie, fruit, nuts, jams, 2 days only, DM me to reserve yours now!

Monisha called this a “fake” promotion because she admits she had no idea what she was doing. She had no supplies, hadn’t costed it out, and no strategy to make these boards if she received any orders.

Two hours later she had more than 20 DMs from complete strangers asking for one of these boards to be delivered.

Monisha said she was being found because she was using hashtags in her Instagram posts. She was tagging Boston food bloggers and using hashtags that promoted her boards.

She only had around 120-130 followers at the time, and most of those were friends and family. That demonstrates how effective using the right hashtags can be for reaching people on Instagram who aren’t following you.

Validation First, Systems Second

After rushing around to prepare those first 20 orders and delivering them over two days, Monisha told her husband that was it. She wasn’t going to take any more orders.

As an entrepreneur himself, Monisha’s husband saw that there was potential in this business and acted as the voice of reason. He told Monisha she should work on her processes and give this a shot as a business.

So, they started looking at ways to improve the business.

Streamlining the Order Process

Monisha was finding it hard to manage orders coming through her Instagram DMs. She set up a Google Form, so people could fill out what they wanted and it would come into her email.

She still found this a bit of a chore though. Monisha would have to get back to them to arrange payment, confirm the order, and some other things.

Monisha works for HubSpot for her day job. HubSpot is a CRM marketing, sales, and support platform. This software is capable of doing everything she needs, and she already knew how to use it, so she set up the HubSpot CRM and sales tool to manage her inbound orders.

Now, when someone places an order, it sets up a record in HubSpot and Monisha can track the order better.

Building a Website

Monisha wanted her own platform where people can place orders and learn more about her business, so she set up her website BoardsByMo.com.

She built her site on the eCommerce platform Shopify and integrated HubSpot so her orders flowed through. Monisha also set up a calendar where people could select dates for deliveries.

Outreach and Marketing

Monisha started out with her own network of friends and family and using Instagram’s hashtags to reach local people.

After each order, she would send out a feedback form asking what her customers liked, or didn’t like. It was this form that Monisha said was a “really big game changer” for her.

She took all the feedback seriously and started making changes based on what her customers were saying.

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The changes helped, and the product spoke for itself. Monisha started getting requests from local news outlets to talk about her service, and momentum really started to ramp up.

Marketing a Charcuterie Board Business on Instagram

“I’ve stopped trying to understand the Instagram algorithm because I think it has a mind of its own,” Monisha told me.

That said, Instagram has been instrumental in growing BoardsByMo, especially when she first launched her business.

Monisha has picked up some tips and tricks to better utilize Instagram as a local business:

Keep Your Posts Relevant to Your Brand

If you look through Monisha’s Instagram you’ll see that every image is high-quality, relevant, and on-brand. If she doesn’t have anything new to post about her business, Monisha doesn’t post at all.

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Post Regularly

Monisha tries to post as often as she can to keep building her following. She was posting once a day and is now trying to post twice a day.

Use Hashtags

Monisha said using the right hashtags is what gets you on the Explore page and as a suggested account to other Instagram users.

Monisha has a set of hashtags she uses for every post. She also tags all the brands she used in the image and picks up tags for influencers that may reshare her post.

You can use a total of 30 hashtags per post, and Monisha tends to use this many. She’s also found it most effective to add the hashtags to a comment on the post rather than the image caption.

Engage With Others

Monisha said it’s important you follow other accounts that are relevant and reply to comments people leave on your images. This helps build relationships and increase word of mouth and referral business.

Hiring a Team Member and Virtual Charcuterie Board Classes

In August, Monisha started getting requests from companies to hold virtual classes to teach others how to make charcuterie boards as she does.

At first, Monisha was saying no because she didn’t have the time. But as more requests came in, she started to realize there was a demand for online classes. So, Monisha started thinking about a solution to free up more of her time.

It was around this time that Hannah, a corporate chef who had been laid off due to the pandemic reached out to her over social media. Hannah offered her services should Monisha decide to hire someone, and the timing was perfect.

Monisha asked Hannah if she was comfortable teaching in front of the camera, and this was already something she had a lot of experience doing. So, she hired her to manage the virtual arm of the company, and it “blew up” Monisha told me.

Charcuterie Board Business Workshops

Over the last year, a lot of new charcuterie businesses have been popping up on Instagram.

Many of these new sellers were reaching out to Mo and asking the same questions. Things like:

  • How do you package your boards?
  • How do you transport your board?
  • Where do you buy your boards?

Monisha said she didn’t have the time to keep answering the same questions. Plus, she had spent months figuring out the answers to these very questions herself.

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So, she decided to start a workshop running through the basics of starting a board business.

Monisha held her first virtual workshop in October of last year. She had 12 people attend, it was an hour and a half class, and Monisha walked everyone through how she started and grew her business.

After that first workshop, Monisha created a curriculum and started hosting one workshop a month. She’s now at the point where she will be hosting 9 in February 2021, and already has 8 more scheduled for March.

Between October 2020 and January 2021 when we spoke Monisha had already seen 198 people in her workshops, so there’s quite the demand for charcuterie businesses.

Scaling up the Business

It got to a point where Monisha was having to turn down orders due to lack of time, and that’s when she decided to make some more changes.

One of the changes that freed up most of her time was hiring a local delivery startup to handle all of her deliveries.

Before doing so, Monisha was spending most weekends delivering the boards herself. This was limiting her to creating 10-15 boards a day. After handing over all the delivering, she was able to up production to 40-50 a day.

She’s also moved into a large commercial kitchen. As a result, she was able to make 175 boards in just 5 hours for a holiday event a few weeks ago.

Balancing the Cheese Board Business and a Full-Time Job

Running BoardsByMo and working a full-time job is a lot to manage. Monisha had to set some boundaries to ensure her day job didn’t suffer.

She no longer takes orders mon-wed, and Monisha said she blocks off time slots in her calendar to focus on one thing at a time.

What’s Next?

Monisha feels good about the B2B side of her business going forward. When people start going back into offices there will be more trade shows, conferences, and other events in need of catering.

In fact, Monisha has already started receiving orders for weddings planned for 2022. With larger orders and better margins for B2B business, it’s an area of her business she wants to grow going forward.

Monisha’s #1 Tip for Side Hustle Nation

“Surround yourself with like-minded people.”

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FAQs

How much does it cost to make your own charcuterie board? ›

The cost of making a charcuterie board will vary depending on the size of the board and the ingredients you choose. According to KitchenSeer, a cheese board alone could cost between $50 and $150, but you might be able to keep costs at $30 or less.

How much in advance can you make a charcuterie board? ›

A charcuterie board is a great make ahead appetizer. With the exception of the sliced fresh fruit, everything can be prepared and set up on the board ahead of time. Wrap the board in plastic wrap and store it in the refrigerator up to 24 hours ahead of time.

How much meat do you need per person on a charcuterie board? ›

Plan for about 1-2 ounces of meat per person. At the deli counter, ask for your meat selections to be sliced thin (at a 1-2 thickness) so they're easy to layer. Now it's time to pair your dry sausage selections with complimentary cheeses.

How much charcuterie do I need for 50 guests? ›

A wedding charcuterie board will require more provisions than a board for a holiday party, but it all comes down to the size of the guest list. "Typically you should shop for about 3 to 4 ounces of cheese per person, and about 2 ounces of meat per person," says Marissa Mullen, author and founder of That Cheese Plate.

How are charcuterie boards calculated? ›

You'll want to estimate about 3 ounces per person. So if you have two people, that's 6 ounces — or work backward. For example, if you want six cheeses for two people, you'd only be getting an ounce each. Of course play around with your favorite combinations, and feel free to pile on more of your favorite.

How long can meat sit out on a charcuterie board? ›

Almost all dried, salt-cured, and/or smoked meats are fine if left out for a few hours though. Two of my favorite go-to meats for charcuterie snacks are homemade smoke-dried jerky and Landjaegers.

How far in advance can you buy cheese for a charcuterie board? ›

When you do pre-cut cheeses, be sure to plan your prep for no more than one day in advance of serving. Store your pre-cut cheeses on the shelves of your Cheese Grotto and keep them in the fridge for up to 12 hours, then take it out and bring everything to room temperature a couple of hours before you plan to serve.

How many days in advance can you make a cheese board? ›

Cured meats and cheeses have a long shelf life, so when I'm hosting a gathering I often slice the meats and cheeses 1-2 days beforehand. You can also assemble the entire board as soon as the night before, cover it, and leave it in your refrigerator until ready to serve.

Are charcuterie boards profitable? ›

Charcuterie is popular and sought after

It's often popular with the same type of customers who are willing to pay a bit more for a unique culinary experience and a higher quality of food. So making quality charcuterie can be a lucrative investment.

How do I get my charcuterie business stand out? ›

5 Ways to Make Your Charcuterie or Crudité Platter Stand Out
  1. Choose a Star Ingredient. Sometimes just adding a unique, surprising element to your charcuterie or crudité is enough to make it feel special. ...
  2. Focus on the Cheese Flavors. ...
  3. Aim for Balance. ...
  4. Use Blanched or Pickled Veggies. ...
  5. Focus on the Presentation.
8 Jan 2018

How much does charcuterie cost per person? ›

2 ounces of charcuterie per person. It's pretty rich. If you're doing it for a cocktail party, where the charcuterie is the majority of the food people are eating, you're going to double the amount of meat and serve it with plenty of bread. So about 5 ounces per person.

How many cheeses should be on a charcuterie board? ›

An amazing charcuterie board offers guests a wide range of tastes and texture combinations. For cheese, that means choosing 4 to 6 varieties that offer a nice variety for the palate.

What are 5 tips to making a charcuterie board? ›

Tips And Tricks For Making The Best Charcuterie Tray
  1. Get The Perfect Sized Board or Tray.
  2. Use Easy To Find Ingredients.
  3. Presliced Or Preportioned Ingredients.
  4. Use A Picture or Template For Reference.
  5. Buy Brightly Colored Fruits And Vegetables.
  6. Use Lots Of Little Bowls.
5 Dec 2020

How much do you spend on a charcuterie board? ›

That said, you can expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $150 per board (or more) if you buy one from the local deli. However, it may feed very few people. This means you must either buy additional boards to accommodate all the guests at your party, or you must make the charcuterie boards yourself.

How much cheese do I need for 100 guests? ›

For 100 people, you'll need to buy: 200 oz of cheese (12.5 pounds)

How many people does a large charcuterie feed? ›

The medium cheese board feeds around 9 people as a hearty appetizer, or up to 15 people as a very light appetizer (a couple bites per person). The large cheese board feeds around 12 people as a hearty appetizer, or up to 20 people as a very light appetizer (a couple bites per person).

How do I calculate my grazing table? ›

Typically, plan on each person eating about 10 - 15 appetizer bites if no dinner will be served. If it's before dinner, plan on about 6 appetizers per person. For dips and spreads, plan about 3 ounces (⅓ cup) for each person. As for desserts, the guests will likely eat 2-3 mini desserts each.

Why are charcuterie boards so expensive? ›

Put simply: Charcuterie boards can cost a pretty penny. According to Eat Cured Meat, this is because the dried and cured meats that constitute a charcuterie board are more time- and labor-intensive than their fresher counterparts. Not only do the meats need to age for months (or even years!)

How long does it take to make a charcuterie board? ›

Charcuterie boards are semi-healthy, and don't require more than slicing up a few items and placing on a platter. In about 15 minutes this was the result… What is this?

How do you make a charcuterie board in advance? ›

Can the platter be made ahead of time? Yes, it can! You can make a charcuterie and cheese platter a few hours ahead of time just wrap it in plastic wrap and store in the fridge and take it out 30-40 minutes before you're ready to serve it. Leave the crackers until the last minute.

How do you keep a large charcuterie board cold? ›

Put Dishes on Ice

For plates and platters, add ice to a clean plastic or metal tub and place your dish on top. This will keep everything super cold, and won't take up too much additional space on your table.

How long does charcuterie stay good for? ›

If the packet is unopened, store it in the fridge up until the best before date. Once the packet is opened, it is best to store slices in an airtight container in the fridge for 1-3 days.

Do charcuterie boards need to be refrigerated? ›

“These flavorful meats are dry cured, so they are safe without refrigeration or freezing.” And by the way, the pronunciation: Webster's dictionary lists it as “shar-coo-tree.” Chefs today have many cured meats to choose from to pair with cheese, crackers, nuts, and fruits for the full charcuterie board experience.

How long will a cheese board Keep? ›

A: As each cheese will be sent to you in peak condition, you can expect a shelf life between 7-14 days from the point of arrival. Do be mindful of fresher cheeses like Mozzarella though, as they are best eaten within three to four days.

How far in advance can you make a meat and cheese tray? ›

When you are making a meat and cheese platter it is best to prepare it the same day you are serving it. If you aren't going to serve it immediately after you make it, be sure to cover it well and refrigerate it until ready to serve. It will stay good in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

How long can a cheese board stay in the fridge? ›

Ideally, a cheese board should be consumed as soon as it is delivered but boards may be stored in the fridge and saved for future consumption if desired, no longer than 48 hours.

Do dates go on a cheese board? ›

It pairs well with figs, pears, dates, prosciutto, balsamic vinegar, walnuts, stone fruits, grapes, and honey. BURRATA or FRESH MOZZARELLA. Soft, creamy cheese which has a mild in flavor is always a popular choice. Mozzarella Cheese pairs well with olive oil, prosciutto, tomatoes, Italian cured meats, and olives.

Should a charcuterie board be oiled? ›

Oil regularly, especially if your board is getting frequent use. This will keep it looking beautiful and protect the wood from moisture that will cause warping. Dry off thoroughly after rinsing. Don't just set it out on a dish rack- use a towel to dry off any excess water.

Are charcuterie boards still popular? ›

These boards have become extremely popular over the last few years as casual dining, and picnic-style dining have become more popular. Buy a charcuterie board in Los Angeles , head down to the beach, and enjoy the food and the waves.

What is the average size of a charcuterie board? ›

A standard size is about 9×13 inches, but cutting boards can be as large as 12×18 inches. Start placing your meats first, followed by the cheeses, as these two are the bulk of the board. The meats can be sliced, rolled or stacked. If you want to make it easier for your guests, we suggest slicing the cheese as well.

What should I name my charcuterie business? ›

We've listed below our favourite charcuterie brand name suggestions below:
  • Give Me Charcuterie.
  • Grab & Go Charcuterie.
  • Charcuterie Delivered.
  • Charcuterie on Wheels.
  • Charcuterie Sweet & Sour.
  • Tasty Charcuterie.
  • Charcuterie Muncheon.
  • Charcuterie Deli.

How should a charcuterie board end? ›

Lightly rub beeswax and mineral oil over the board. Buff the oil into the wood and let sit for 20 minutes. Continue to apply and buff the oil into the board until the wood is no longer absorbing the product. Wipe down.

How do you seal a charcuterie? ›

Wood Wax. If you want to know how to seal a wood charcuterie board, the top option is Wood Wax by the Real Milk Paint Co. This food contact-safe wax has an all-natural formulation of walnut oil and carnauba wax, helping it penetrate deeply yet apply smoothly on your wood charcuterie board.

How do you save money on a charcuterie board? ›

See if you have any honey, jams, mixed nuts, crackers, everyday condiments like grainy mustard, etc. This can help cut costs and make a cheaper charcuterie board before you even hit the store!

What is a good dip for a charcuterie board? ›

6 Spreads & Dips for the Charcuterie Board
  • Basil Pesto (or Sundried Pesto)
  • Olive Tapenade.
  • Beetroot Spread or Dip.
  • Garlicky Hummus.
  • Dukkah – Spice blend.
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil & Balsamic Vinegar.

What kind of cheese is good for a charcuterie board? ›

Aged cheddar

It comes in the familiar yellow variety as well as white. It also gets sharper with time. Extra sharp cheddar is aged, at minimum, 10 years. On a charcuterie board, you can cut cheddar into bite sized cubes or wedges and place it next to sliced apples or grapes.

What goes on a charcuterie board first? ›

Wheels of cheese or small bowls that hold condiments should be placed first. Start with your largest piece near the center and place all other vessels evenly around the board. - Place cheeses and meats down next.

Why do you put honey on a charcuterie board? ›

Honey, one of our favorite charcuterie accompaniments, adds a gorgeous amber color to our boards and has endless pairing possibilities. Honey brings out the natural flavor of the cheese because the sweetness of honey is complimentary to saltier foods.

What food items are typically included on a charcuterie board? ›

The term “charcuterie” refers to the preparing of cured meats, like prosciutto, bacon, salami, etc., but these days when people say charcuterie, they are usually referring to a fun, meat and cheese board that typically includes cured meats, a variety of cheeses, crackers, nuts, fruits and vegetables, and dipping sauces ...

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Is it cheaper to make your own meat and cheese tray? ›

You can certainly order deli trays from your local deli, but arranging your own cured meats and cheeses allows you to customize the options and will save you money.

Are charcuterie boards profitable? ›

Charcuterie is popular and sought after

It's often popular with the same type of customers who are willing to pay a bit more for a unique culinary experience and a higher quality of food. So making quality charcuterie can be a lucrative investment.

How much do you spend on a charcuterie board? ›

That said, you can expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $150 per board (or more) if you buy one from the local deli. However, it may feed very few people. This means you must either buy additional boards to accommodate all the guests at your party, or you must make the charcuterie boards yourself.

Why are charcuterie boards so expensive? ›

Put simply: Charcuterie boards can cost a pretty penny. According to Eat Cured Meat, this is because the dried and cured meats that constitute a charcuterie board are more time- and labor-intensive than their fresher counterparts. Not only do the meats need to age for months (or even years!)

What kind of meat do you put on a charcuterie board? ›

The numerous preparations of charcuterie include cured meats, fresh and smoked sausages, pâté, andouilles, andouillettes, black puddings (blood sausage), boudins blancs, sausagemeat, hams, galantines, pâté en croûte, ready cooked dishes and foremeats”.

What is the most economical meat to buy? ›

The Best Cheap Cuts of Meat
  1. Bone-in Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks. Cranberry-Balsamic Chicken Thighs. ...
  2. Beef Sirloin. cast iron skillet with steak. ...
  3. Ground Beef. Ground Beef & Pasta Skillet. ...
  4. Ground Turkey. Greek Turkey Burgers with Spinach, Feta & Tzatziki. ...
  5. Bone-in Pork Chops.
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How much cheese do I need for 30 people? ›

A good rule of thumb is 1 ounce of each cheese for every guest and about five types of cheese. For a party in which cheese is the main event, plan on buying 3 pounds for eight people, 6 pounds for 16 people, or 9 pounds for 24 people. If cheese is one of many items being served, plan on buying 3 to 4 ounces per person.

How long will charcuterie board last? ›

It's good for five days, even a week. I've found it better to not put it in a container and may develop a slimiest on the outside, just keeping it under-wrapped in the deli paper works well. Eventually, that dry fridge environment will have an effect on the sliced meat.

What are 5 tips to making a charcuterie board? ›

Tips And Tricks For Making The Best Charcuterie Tray
  1. Get The Perfect Sized Board or Tray.
  2. Use Easy To Find Ingredients.
  3. Presliced Or Preportioned Ingredients.
  4. Use A Picture or Template For Reference.
  5. Buy Brightly Colored Fruits And Vegetables.
  6. Use Lots Of Little Bowls.
5 Dec 2020

How long does it take to make a charcuterie board? ›

Charcuterie boards are semi-healthy, and don't require more than slicing up a few items and placing on a platter. In about 15 minutes this was the result… What is this?

How many cheeses should be on a charcuterie board? ›

An amazing charcuterie board offers guests a wide range of tastes and texture combinations. For cheese, that means choosing 4 to 6 varieties that offer a nice variety for the palate.

What food items are typically included on a charcuterie board? ›

The term “charcuterie” refers to the preparing of cured meats, like prosciutto, bacon, salami, etc., but these days when people say charcuterie, they are usually referring to a fun, meat and cheese board that typically includes cured meats, a variety of cheeses, crackers, nuts, fruits and vegetables, and dipping sauces ...

Should a charcuterie board be oiled? ›

Oil regularly, especially if your board is getting frequent use. This will keep it looking beautiful and protect the wood from moisture that will cause warping. Dry off thoroughly after rinsing. Don't just set it out on a dish rack- use a towel to dry off any excess water.

What is the average size of a charcuterie board? ›

A standard size is about 9×13 inches, but cutting boards can be as large as 12×18 inches. Start placing your meats first, followed by the cheeses, as these two are the bulk of the board. The meats can be sliced, rolled or stacked. If you want to make it easier for your guests, we suggest slicing the cheese as well.

Why do you put honey on a charcuterie board? ›

Honey, one of our favorite charcuterie accompaniments, adds a gorgeous amber color to our boards and has endless pairing possibilities. Honey brings out the natural flavor of the cheese because the sweetness of honey is complimentary to saltier foods.

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