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Objectives promotes the product by using flyers

-have a standard guiding procedure to provide the same taste of the product constantly
continous innovation of products

Descriptive definition-Leche Flan (also known as crme caramel and caramel custard) is a dessert
made-up of eggs and milk with a soft caramel on top. This dessert is known throughout the world
(especially in Europe) and has been in the dessert menu of most restaurants because of its
convenience in preparation and long shelf life.

In the Philippines, Leche Flan is the top dessert of all time. During celebrations such as parties and
town fiestas, the dining table wont be complete without it. Flan dishes may be made of glass, pyrex,
porcellain, stainless steel and even have a non-stick teflon coating, though we do not recommend
teflon. The key is to have the inside of the dish be smooth so that the flan drops easilly out of the pan
in one piece when the dish is turned over onto a plate. Some dishes even come with a lid and a bain
marie (which is a kind of water bath that evens out the cooking process) that allows flan to be made
on the stove top. As for results, all types will do a good job. The key to good flan is precision in
following instructions and meticulousness in attention to the process. What this means is watching
the flan closely to remove it from the heat when it is done. You will know that the flan is ready when
an inserted knife comes out clean.

English flan, with its flaky crust, generally requires a different style pan. A heavy metal pan with
fluted edges does a wonderful job with this style of pastry. The thick metal allows a smooth and even
transfer of heat to the flan. A pan that is not damaged by the use of metal utensils is also prefered.
With English style flans presentation of the baking dish can be more important so choose one that
reflects your taste. Here again, you may wish to avoid teflon, which does prevent sticking, but which
generally mars fairly easily. There have been some health risks associated with teflon, though the
studies involved are not difinitive.

Flan is fun stuff to make and to eat. Bakeware is a durable product, so take your time in choosing
something that you will enjoy using for many years, especially if you are a fan of flan.

Location- the business will have its product reach its customers mainly through sweet treats branch
. it will also be distributed in some grocery stores sari sari store and other retail business. or any place
which is crowded so that it can easily intake by many people
Backround of the study- A banana is an edible fruit produced by several kinds of large
herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa. (In some countries, bananas used for cooking
may be called plantains.) The fruit is variable in size, color and firmness, but is usually elongated
and curved, with soft flesh rich in starch covered with a rind which may be green, yellow, red,
purple, or brown when ripe. The fruits grow in clusters hanging from the top of the plant. Almost
all modern edible parthenocarpic (seedless) bananas come from two wild species Musa
acuminata and Musa balbisiana. The scientific names of most cultivated bananas are Musa
acuminata, Musa balbisiana, and Musa paradisiaca for the hybrid Musa acuminata M.
balbisiana, depending on their genomic constitution. The old scientific name Musa sapientum is
no longer used . Banana is rich in potassium ,vitamin c, vitamin B6, soluble fiber. The banana
plant is the largest herbaceous flowering plant. All the above-ground parts of a banana plant
grow from a structure usually called a "corm". Plants are normally tall and fairly sturdy, and are
often mistaken for trees, but what appears to be a trunk is actually a "false stem" or pseudostem.
Bananas grow in a wide variety of soils, as long as the soil is at least 60 cm deep, has good
drainage and is not compacted.The leaves of banana plants are composed of a "stalk" (petiole)
and a blade (lamina). The base of the petiole widens to form a sheath; the tightly packed sheaths
make up the pseudostem, which is all that supports the plant. The edges of the sheath meet when
it is first produced, making it tubular. As new growth occurs in the centre of the pseudostem the
edges are forced apart

History-flan is found in recipes as far back as ancient Rome. It was during Roman times that
domesticated chickens were first kept for laying eggs. The Romans, with eggs in surplus, and
consulting the Greek's knowledge of the art of cooking, developed new recipes, one of which turned
out to be a custardly concoction known as flan. It was orignally a savory dish (not sweet, but
aromatic and pleasing to the palate). The Romans concocted many dishes that we might find
interesting, such as eel flan. They also had a very nice sweet flan that was flavored with honey.

The Roman Empire was destined to fall and on its ruins arose Medeival society. Yet the transition
between ancient times and Medeival - though often violent - was somewhat contiguous. Flan
survived barbarian invasions (and perhaps pacified a barbarian or two). It surfaced as a generally
sweet dish but still based on the old idea of mixing creme and eggs to form a custard. Our word for
flan actually is derived from the Latin, "flado" (meaning flat cake), which became "flaon" in Old
French.
Interestingly, flan found two different outlets. In Spain it became a sweet custard generally made
with caramelized sugar. The mixture of milk, eggs and sugar was cooked slowly in crocks and
relished by many. Besides the Roman influence, the Moors introduced citrus and almonds which are
commonly found to flavor flan. Once Christopher Columbus found America the rush to the riches of
the region brought the richness of flan with it. Nearly all of Central and South America loves flan in
its various custardly forms. It has become especially associated with Mexico where flan is exquisitely
produced in the kitchens of rich and poor alike.

England, with its love for pastry crusts, went its own way and developed a different kind of flan. This
one makes use of a pastry shell with an open top filled with custard and often mixed with nuts or
fruit. This is the flan that is often mentioned in the literature of England and gets high marks in Brian
Jacques's Redwall series. The characters there make and "scoff" several flans in every volume of
delightful adventure.

There is some dispute about how the word "flan" is pronounced. This is easily sorted out, as the
English flan is pronounced to rhyme with "plan", while the Spanish or Mexican style flan is
pronounced more like "faun". With modern innovations there are now flan recipes to suit every taste,
Spanish and English, savory or sweet.

Project long range objectives- to achieve the vision and goals of the leche flan dessert it aims to
produce products that are nutritious delicious and affordable speciall banana leche flan to the budget of
customers it aspire to develop our business strength and opportunities through motivating the man
power resources it will have its resources fund from the different business proponent and other
venture capitalist and cooperative. Through this ,these will have a future for success by also through
continuously innovation of strategies of products and through its efficient management and our
operation of organization .the banana leche flan aims to produce high quality of products and to
become one of the most filipinos preferable desserts and a choice for pasalubong for their family and
loved ones . set to offer various flavor of lecheflan, in addition to primary flavor at the start of the
operation which will be calabasa banana and langka.in addition to this,the business also plan to
achieveits expantion through increasingthe number of branches in pangasinan.with the smooth
operation of the business it target to obtain a profitof forty thousand pesos monthlyand an increase of
five percent in every production of leche flan every month.

Mode of financing- to start this business the minimum financial budget 1000 pesos since it will start
in just small business operation .that is ,you can easily start up the business by availing and acquiring
.financial needs from the small and medium enterprice that provide the financial support to those who
wanted to open a small business.
Investment cost-

Nature of industry - one of the most important element in determining the degree of financial leverage a
firm can carry safely without any risk of bankruptcy.

Feasibility content

Chapter 1 background study, project objectives

This chapter provides to know the nature of the proposed product which is banana leche flan

Chapter 2.name of business, location, descriptive definition, project long range objective, highlights of
the project.

This chapter should state problems, needs, and opportunities for both current and future conditions.

Chapter 3 product, process flowchart, manufacturing process

This chapter provides a general discussion of present and future conditions in those resource categories
that have a bearing on the formulation of plans to address the