Establishing Pomelo Wine Processing Plant

Topics: Wine, Cash flow, Revenue Pages: 35 (8750 words) Published: August 27, 2013


Submitted by:
Chad S. Beltran

Submitted to:
Engr. Rommel F. Verano



Filipinos' wine consumption increases by 10 percent each year. Filipinos were seen to be the number one wine drinkers in Asia consuming a total of 146,000 bottles of wine (Joyce P. Valbuena Health Action Information Network, the Philippines).Filipinos drink to socialize and to remove stress and burden, coping, escaping and medicating oneself. Among of the common wine that are consumed by many may include grape-based and non-grape-based (NGB). NGB include wines produced from fruits like apples and elder berries, starches like rice, as well as flowers and weeds like dandelion and marijuana ( Pomelo is an abundant fruit tree in the Philippines. Hence, it can be found everywhere in the locality. The fruit has a diverse function to human for it serves as not only medicine to cure certain health infirmities; prevent our body from various diseases`;and as well as help digestion in efficient way. As a matter of fact, pomelos are usually eaten not just because of the great taste it possesses and also because of its nutritional value. Since most of the fruits can be made into wine, the researcher try to consider the possibilities of making a wine out of pomelo fruit extract. The foreseen success of this study pave way to the discovery that pomelo can be utilized as wine. Thus, this could add as another option to wine consumers. In addition, since wine are popular in Filipino and Filipino’s are said to be the mild drinkers, the advocate decided to study the feasibility of pomelo wine.

This study determined the feasibility that Pomelo can still provide its benefits when applied on the external surface of the body of the human body.

It specially sought answers on the following questions:
1. What is the feasibility of its marketing aspect in terms of: 2.1 Demand analysis
2.2 Supply analysis
2.3 Price analysis
2.4 Marketing analysis
2. What is the feasibility of its technical aspect in terms of: 3.5 The Product
3.6 Manufacturing Process
3.7 Plant Size
3.8 Plant Lay-out
3.9 Equipment’s, Plant and Machinery Requirements
3.10 Building Facilities
3.11 Raw Materials and Supply
3.12 Production Cost
3. What is the feasibility of its management aspect in terms of: 4.13 Organizing a sole proprietorship
4.14 Organizational Set-up and Staffing pattern
4.15 Planning
4.16 Salary scale and mandated employee benefits
4. What is the feasibility of its financial aspect in terms of: 5.17 Capital Requirements
5.18 Source of funds
5.19 Return of Investments
5.20 Payback Period
5. What are the socio-economic benefits of the project in terms of: 6.21 Social aspect
6.22 Government aspect

This study was focused on marketing aspects in terms of demand analysis, supply analysis, price analysis and marketing program. On technical aspects, in terms of product, manufacturing process, plant size, plant lay-out, equipments, plant, machinery requirements and building facilities. On management aspects in terms of organizing a sole proprietorship, organizational set-up and staffing pattern, planning and salary scale and mandated employee benefits. On financial aspect in terms of capital requirements, source of funds, return of investments and payback period. Lastly, in ton socio-economic benefits of the project in terms of social aspect and government aspect.

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