Cashew Bread: a Feasibility Study

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TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA College of Business Administration CASHEW BREAD A Feasibility Study Presented to the Faculty of College of Business Administration In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Accountancy By: GRACIA, Grazielle Pauline F. MARQUEZ, Lister A. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION This chapter includes the different aspects that were considered in making the feasibility study. The proposed location of the business was also shown in this chapter. Background of the study Bread is one of the staple food of man, it is made of flour, liquid, salt, leavening , shortening and other ingredients. Bread comes in many sizes and shapes, each one with its own name, aroma, flavour and level of quality.…show more content…
Vision Statement To be Philippines premier bread manufactures, offering healthy and superior tasting food to every household. Mission Statement * Innovative, competitive and dedicated to satisfying our customers and consumers. * To constantly improve what is essential to human progress by enhancing the quality product we sell. * Serve our customers and delight our consumers through the quality of the product. Needs Giving Rise The proponents decided to open the business in Antipolo City because they notice that they have much cheaper permits to operate the business and the Minimum Wage is a lot lower than those of the NCR area. The researchers are fond of eating both cashew nut and bread; this is the reason why they came up with the idea of incorporating the two ingredients together making a remarkable new product. They thought this kind of product is not yet available to the market and making it will be a great investment. They will be the pioneer in introducing CASHEW BREAD in the market. And they want to present the product to a place known to be one of the main suppliers of cashew nut and one of the fastest growing cities in the Philippines, Antipolo City. The need of bread is growing simultaneous with the population of a city; more people mean more consumption. And bread and cereal being the highest expenditure share among the commodities being purchased by the household. Bread, having a total of 85

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