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Feasibility Study

In

T.L.E

Submitted by:
Christel Ann P. Gabarda
IV-Dignity

Submitted to:
Mrs.Dalisay Buenconsejo

2013
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Background of the Study…………………………………….…1 Objectives……………………………………………….…….....2 Methodology……………………………………………….…….3 Definition of Terms………………………………….…………..6

Market Sudy
Market Study
Market Environment………………………………………….....8 Survey…………………………………………………………….9 Survey Analysis...................................................................20 Pricing/Selling Price.............................................................22 Marketing Programs…………………………………….……..24

Technical Study
Technical Description…………………………………….……25 Plan Layout/Plan Location...................................................26 Production Schedule………………………………….……….28

Organization Study
Forms of Ownership………………………………….….…….29 Organizational Structure………………………………………32 Administration………………………………………………….33

Financial Study
Source of Capital/Fiancial…………………………………….37 Financial Assumption…………………………….……….......38

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I. Introduction

A. Background of the Study

All of us are aware of some delicacies or sweets. Like the pastillas and polvoron. We know that these candies are very popular to other places here in the Philippines, like in Nueva Ecija, Bulacan or also in Pampanga. These sweets or delicacies made us to miss it very much, so us, as a citizen living in this whole wide world, looking or finding those even in other places if your place doesn’t have any stock of these, you’re willing to go to other places just to buy some of that. Pastillas de Leche is one of my favorite native delicacies or sweets. Almost certainly influenced by Spaniards who were stationed here and looking to replicate something sweet and dairy like from back home, pastillas are made of just milk and sugar. Bulacan seemed to be the epicenter for pastillas production but lately some of the best pastillas are made from pure carabao milk from Nueva Ecija. Some commercially made pastillas shortcut

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their recipes by adding condensed milk that results in a faster cooking process but also an extra sweet outcome. Polvoron or polvo is also one of my favorite delicacies or sweets. It is a type of heavy, soft and very crumbly Spanish shortbread made of flour, sugar, milk and nuts. They are produced mostly in Andalusia, where there are about 70 factories in that are part of a syndicate that produces polvorones and mantecados. Under the name mantecados, these sweets are a traditional preparation of other areas of the Iberian Peninsula as well. Polvorones are popular in all Spain and ex-Spanish colonies in Latin America, as well as in Philippines, during the Christmas period. Traditionally they were prepared from September to January but are now available all year round.

B. Objectives

General Objective:
The general objective of this study thru T.L.E is to give people an affordable delicacies or sweets that we can found in
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any stores or just sell it house to house.
Specific Objective:
These are the following objectives that the researcher would like to achieve: * To provide an affordable delicacy or sweets
* To provide a sweets made on common home materials or ingredients such as condensed milk, powdered milk and sugar * To provide an easy way to make this sweets or delicacies * To provide a source of income

C.Methodology

The researcher wanted to prove that some ingredients or materials in our home can be used to make a sweets or delicacies easily. The researcher conducted a steps to make polvoron and pastillas. For this study, in making pastillas you’ll need condensed milk, powdered milk, sugar and cellophane paper or japanese

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paper.

The following is the process in making pastillas. First, gradually sift powdered milk with a strainer. Second, combine...
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