Study on the Economic Viability of Healthy and Nutritious Candies
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Candies are used as a tool to draw a smile on our face. It is useful to cut our anger and sadness that we feel. It helps us to focus enable to lessen the stress and to have a peaceful mind. Candies maybe sweet that touches the hearts of everybody, refreshing that makes you feel comfortable and sour that reminds you how the world are full of challenges. Sweets are one of the characteristics and feature of a candy (Godawari, 2011).
Experts considered New Zealand as one of the major maker of fine and delicious candies in the world. They are the best country who made candies for export to different country around the world. It is their trademark that marks in the industry (Adalcala, 2012).
In the Philippines, we also produced local candies from the different part of the country. They have a flag sweets and candies like Bacolod that produces “tira-tira”, Maguindanao produces Kalamay, and the Apayao produces candies using the seed of kakao. It is the sign of progress of candy and sweets production in the Philippines. It has the potential of having a chance to become a major manufacturer of high-class candies.
In Davao City, they have their own flag candy that makes the city popular in the country and to the world as well. They have a fruit that has a deceiving look. It looks like a big brown thorny thing. It has an aroma that would make you think twice of eating it. Some people call this thing as a “KING OF FRUITS”. Its scientific name is Duriozibethinus or in local “Durian”.
Nature of Kind of Industry
This study offers a feasibility study on the economic viability of healthy and nutritious candies at the University of Mindanao, Bolton, Davao City. It shows the different feasible steps in starting up the business. The bu...
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...e males. This means that females are more responsive to the said survey.
Age Distribution of the Respondents
Age Frequency % of Distribution
10 - 15 5 10 %
16 – 20 22 44 %
21 – 25 20 40 %
26 above 3 6 %
Others 0 0
Total 50 100 %
Based on Table 2, it merely shows that there are 44 % or equivalent to 22 respondents whose aged were between 16 - 20 years old. It was followed with those with ages 21 – 25 years old with 20 respondents that are equal to 40 % respectively. Age that ranges from 10 – 15 has only a frequency of 5 and 10 % of the distribution. Lastly, ages that is beyond 26 has only a 3 respondents which corresponds 6 % of the total respondents. This survey just shows that individuals whose aged ranging from 16 – 20 are more knowledgeable and responsive about the product that the researcher would produce in the market.