Catering in Cafe World just got a whole lot easier

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Zynga has just announced that starting your catering business in Cafe World is finally much easier. Now getting your money-maker off the ground takes 10 fewer parts than before and, according to Zynga, your orders are now easier to complete.

The company also decided that the time to complete your second was too short for new players, so they increased the dead line to six days. It usually takes more than that time for small catering businesses to turn around an order in the real world, so you can probably handle this one. Check after the break for a short guide on how to get started.
Your first catering order in Cafe World
First of all, your cook needs to be free of all tasks before you attempt to get your business started. Once that's complete, click the truck icon on your screen just above the cake to get started. Here's what you need to get this show on the road:

  • Nine pieces of advice
  • Eight recommendations
  • Eight VIP Clients

You can ask your friends for all of these things individually or you can pay up 2 Cafe Cash for each of the mission's 25 total requirements. Unless you want to pony up 50 Cafe Cash (there is a Labor Day sale going on), we suggest you start gettingThe catering order icon in Cafe World a bit more social.

After completing this, you can get on to your first order, which is pretty simple. A fellow named Dale, quite simply, wants your leftovers. After completing the "Start Your Catering Business" mission, the option "Sell to Dale" should appear when hovering over your existing servings of food. You'll need to sell him 120,960 servings of leftovers.

Sound just a tad daunting? Fret not, because he'll take anything that's fresh and doesn't give you a deadline. So, no pressure... literally. After this comes your second order, the Dinner Party, which we'll leave up to you to discover. Don't worry, you'll be fine now that you have a whole six days to complete it and Zynga increased the amount of friends you can recruit for the order from seven to 14 people. So, get to making those leftovers (that doesn't sound appetizing, does it?) and make some dough.
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