A feasibility study on establishing saccharine crusty business in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

International Journal of Research Studies in Management
Divine Word College of San Jose Special Issue
2023 Volume 11 Issue 3

Available Online: 9 June 2023


Orquijo, Kyla Mae A.*
Divine Word College of San Jose, Philippines (kylamaeorquijo13@gmail.com)

Diaz, Paula Louise Nicole A.
Gallano, Carlo S.
Nemil, Reynafhel C.
Limos-Galay, Jenny A.


The growing population and economic development in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro have increased the market trend for pastry and coffee shops. Clearly observed, food is our primary need. We can resist buying clothes but it will be hard to fight hunger. To utilize this upturn, establishing a business that is associated with pastries, loaves of bread, and milk tea forms a moment for entrepreneurs to seize up a profitable opportunity. As people tend to consume it for breakfast, snacks, lunch, and even dinner, Saccharine Crusty Goods Shop focuses on serving at a flexible time. It is imperative to consider the potential of bakery items to augment the nutritional value and diversity of our diet, as well as their ability to enhance the overall eating experience. Our enterprise offers a diverse and adaptable selection of baked products that are suitable for consumption at various times of the day and locations, addressing a variety of preferences and emotions. Realistically inclined, the physical shop’s location is an utmost place where consumers passed by which prospects more consumer-like students, professionals, and individuals that generate higher income. Along with exceptional customer service, accessible networking sites, and fast delivery services the business aims to be the top-performing businesses in San Jose. Thus, this proposed business is feasible and viable after stating the cost that will be incurred. Above all, the establishment enhances the skills of the student workers in handling a business that would be get for them in their chosen endeavors.

Keywords: growing population, flexible time, sweet foods, San Jose, feasible


DOI: https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2023.1030

Cite this article:
Orquijo, K. M. A., Diaz, P. L. N. A., Gallano, C. S., Nemil, R. C., & Limos-Galay, J. A. (2023). A feasibility study on establishing saccharine crusty business in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 11(3), 87-96. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2023.1030

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