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Street Food vs Restaurant Survey Report1

Street Food vs Restaurant Survey Report1

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STREET FOODV/SRESTAURANT FOOD
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INDEX 
CONTENTSPARTICULARSPAGE NO.1.Introduction32.Comparison73.Objectives of research84.Collection of Data95.Analysis and Findings106.Conclusions12
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1. INTRODUCTION 
 
 This information deals with the detailed study of surveybetween the street food and restaurant food.
STREET FOOD:
 The term "street foods" describes a wide range of ready-to-eat foods and beverages sold and sometimes prepared inpublic places, notably streets. Like fast foods, the finalpreparation of street foods occurs when the customerorders the meal which can be consumed where it ispurchased or taken away.Vendors' stalls are usually located outdoors or under a roof which is easily accessible from the street. They have low-cost seating facilities. Their marketing success dependsexclusively on location and word-of-mouth promotion.Street food businesses are usually owned and operated byindividuals or families but benefits from their trade extendthroughout the local economy. For instance, vendors buytheir fresh food locally, thus linking their enterprises directlywith small-scale farms and market gardens.STREET FOOD ROLE IN THE ECONOMYStreet food micro-industries are vital for the economicplanning and development of many towns. The contributionof street food vendors to the economies of developingcountries has been vastly underestimated and neglect.Urban population growth has stimulated a rise in thenumber of street food vendors
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in many cities throughoutthe world. Migration from rural areas to urban centers hascreated a daily need among many working people to eatoutside the home. Demand for relatively inexpensive,ready-to-eat food has increased as people, especiallywomen, have less time to prepare meals.[Street food vendors are also known as hawkers or sellers.]
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