Background of the Study
Mang Inasal Chicken BBQ is the Philippine's fastest growing barbeque fast food chain, serving chicken, pork barbeque and other Filipino favorites, was first established on December 12, 2003 in Iloilo City.
Currently, there were 445 branches nationwide and with over 10,000 employees system wide. Mang Inasal is doing its share in alleviating the unemployment burden of the country. The presence of every Mang Inasal in a certain area provides not only employment but also opportunities to community members including suppliers of kalamansi, charcoal, banana leaves, vegetables, bamboo sticks, and other ingredients. It also indirectly gives income-generating activities to many.
In keeping with the mission to consistently provide its customers a great Pinoy dining experience, Mang Inasal, the Philippines’ fastest growing barbecue fast food chain branches out again, this time in Turbina, Calamba, Laguna adding to its more than 300 branches nationwide. Marco Sison and Nonoy Zuñiga graced the opening last Nov. 19. The Brothers Band provided the entertainment and back up. First established in Iloilo City on December 12, 2003 by Edgar “Injap” Sia serving grilled chicken, pork barbecue and other Filipino favorites, Mang Inasal Turbina in Calamba is a franchise owned by Ikemada Resources, Inc., a holding company, which aims to have ownership of different outlets/branches in the food industry. Ikemada’s choice of Turbina in Calamba as the next site for Mang Inasal is its strategic location which is between the two bus terminals ferrying passengers from Manila to the southern provinces of Quezon, Batangas, Bicol and Mindoro. Turbina is just 30-minutes’ drive from Makati. This is also in line with Mang Inasal’s vision to be the preferred quick service restaurant of every Pinoy everywhere.
Mang Inasal endeavors to adhere to elements that bear a distinctly Pinoy stamp-grilling with charcoal, rice wrapped in banana leaves, marinade concocted out of local spices and herbs, bamboo sticks for skewers, and the ambience that encourages kinamot (the Ilonggo term in eating with the hands) whenever chicken inasal is served. All these evoke a rush of nostalgia for tradition, culture, and most of all, home.
Grilled chicken isn’t the only fare that Mang Inasal offers. They have Sisig, Grilled Pork, Bangus, Chicken Feet, Wings, Pecho, Liver and Baticulon, Fish and Pork Sinigang, Batchoy, Bihon, Pancit Molo, Pinoy Burger, Pinoy Mirienda, Pinoy Panamis, Pinoy Pampagana, and more.
Mang Inasal’s Vision is to be the preferred quick service restaurant of every pinoy everywhere. Their mission is to consistently provide their customers a great pinoy dining experience.
Objectives of the Study
To determine the purchasing and ordering procedures of Mang Inasal, Petron Turbina. -
To identify the receiving procedures of Mang Inasal, Petron Turbina. -
To determine the storage procedures of Mang Inasal, Petron Turbina. -
To identify the inventory procedures of Mang Inasal, Petron Turbina. -
To know the sanitation procedures of Mang Inasal, PetronTurbina.
Significance of the Study
This study of the food procurement in Mang Inasal Chicken BBQ including The actual food purchasing, receiving, storing, inventory and issuing procedures will serve as a reference to the students researching and studying about food procurement of a food establishment. This will also serve as a guide for other establishments if they are following the right procedures in food procurement. This study will help inform the consumers if this food establishment is safe to eat from. Lastly, the study will help other future researchers if the traditional way of these activities were still practiced today.
Mang Inasal chicken BBQ Corporate Office (Head Office) is located 2316 Aurora Boulevard, Tramo St., Pasay City. Mang Inasal is operating at the following areas: Bacolod, Iloilo,...
References: • Creswell, J. W. (1994). Research Design: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
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