This is a tricky one to answer as each person has the capability to produce at different speeds. You are responsible not only for making the products but also for selling them -this could be to a stockist like a health shop or a café who will sell to the end user on your behalf (and for a profit) or directly to the end user themselves at a market, expo or similar. So, as you can see I am unable (and legally not allowed) to make any income promises to you. Having said that, I guess you are going to want to know how much you could potentially make as this is an important factor in your decision-making process! The best way to illustrate this is to give you an insight into my week as a producer and what hours I worked and how much I earned. I am giving you this information in dollars of product as opposed to number of products as I baked to order each week and therefore the number of breads etc. varied somewhat.
So, on average in my last year of production I made $1,000 worth of breads, cookies, gellies and pizza bases per week. I baked for 8 hours. There was about another hour bagging and labelling and the profit was $500. I split my baking over two days, four hours on a Monday baking for the shops and cafes and four hours on a Thursday preparing for the markets.