So let's go over the risks then.So . None of you have explained what is the incredible risk that bun shop owners make,other than being cast into the working class if their business fails. When being a worker is the reality for the majority of people anyway
First you need the capital. You either inherit this capital or you work your ass off for it. That means saving everything you can. That means not having things you'd like to have. Imagine not buying your favorite new video game releases for years on end. Imagine not getting new clothes, TVs, car, etc. That's sacrifice to work for your savings. The other way to secure capital is to get a business loan but this isn't easy either and you have to pay that money back. So revenue becomes even more of a worry.
Another risk is your health. As you spin up a business you realize something. You can't just work 8 hours a day. The baker is doing all this on his own. So he has to be custodian, baker, clerk, garbage man, maintenance man, orders and paperwork handler and bouncer if someone is being a dick. That's several full time jobs. He's lucky to leave at 6PM never mind his 3AM start.
Contracts are another risk. You lease a plot you don't own it. So on top of paying for materials and various shipping and site fees you are on the hook for rental fees. You have to turn a profit big enough to cover your materials and all these fees along with whatever you're paying the help. If you have any help at all which is usually not feasible. This is why small shops are mom and pop shops. Because mom and pop both work for nothing to make a business something and neither have issues with it.
There's an absolute shit ton of tax law and regulations to cover too. Like having your kitchens ready for inspection. Having a regular clean out of bad product. Keep in mind all the things I've mentioned being done by one man or one family.
Why do people do this? Because it's a free country and everyone wants to live comfortably or see their kids live comfortably. The catch is only some make the genuine sacrifice. Now you could say let's have government provide the capital for business creation but then you have to know what the market needs, where the market needs it and when the market needs it. You have to understand the grandeur of the market and how things connect inside of it. You have to know product and how to best ship and label product. Government bureaucrats are shit at this. Anyone who tries to narrowly define the grandeur of the market is shit at it. A market force containing the buyers and producers in a society of 320 million people is unfathomably large and impassably complicated. It cannot be centrally governed. Not that it's a bad idea but because it's impossible to be done correctly. Hence great idea bad outcome. Every time.