Research. You'll need information on permits required, naming your business and a store space for your business. Make sure you follow all the regulations set forth by the area which you will be operating from. A legal team may help you with this.2
Hire a legal team to help you. You'll need legal assistance to start your business, along with operating your business should a customer have issues. Consider Pre-Paid Legal Services if your budget will not allow for a full legal team. This will encompass a monthly fee that will have a team or lawyers at your side anytime.3
Get your required business permits, and file your "Doing Business As" name. This gives you the legal right to operate business, and to open a bank account in your business name. Without these, you will not be operating legally. Consult your legal team for help with this.4
Find your providers. You'll need to make sure you have providers of several different types of health food that you can offer at several different prices.5
Develop your company logo, and marketing and advertising materials. If you are planning an online-only store, develop your website, too. You can do this yourself, or hire a firm to assist you, depending on your budget.6
Acquire your physical store space, if want more than an online store. Decorate and furnish the store with aisles, signs and registers. Hire your staff with legal assistance, if need be.7
Open for business! Stay in touch with your legal team to be updated with any laws and regulations you must follow.