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A Feasibility Study Of Flavored Creamy Macaroons

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Background of the Study
Macaroons are a type of light, baked confection described as meringue like cookies depending on their consistency. The original macaroons were a small sweet and creamy cake consisting largely of ground almonds.
Coconut macaroons are a type of cookie, consisting of a mound of shredded coconut held together egg whites, cream of tartar, sweetened condensed milk and almond extract. You can find these cookies ready-made in your grocery store or make them at home. They impart a sweet taste and have a chewy texture.
The benefits of macaroons, is that coconut macaroons contain no leavening agents, such as baking powder or baking soda, this makes it an ideal cookie to serve during Passover, a Jewish holiday during which leavened foods are avoided. Eating coconut macaroons may also help you get rid of parasitic worms. Consuming the meat of the coconut is recognized as a folk remedy in India, according to the Earth in Common website. No scientific research confirms this use.
Flavored creamy macaroons are flavored by chocolate, fruits like orange, apple and pine apple. The benefit of chocolate is, it contains many of the health benefits of dark vegetables. These benefits are from flavanoids, which acts as antioxidant, while Orange contains an impressive list of essentials nutrients, vitamins, minerals for normal growth and development and overall well-being. Apple are extremely rich in important antioxidants, flavanoids and dietary fiber. Pine Apple is rich in vitamins A and C as antioxidant. It also contains calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and sodium.
Nature of the Business
The “Flavoured Creamy Macaroons” is engage in healthy food industry. The Company aim to provide using natural/organic fruits like mango and pine apple for macaroons ingredients. The product produces for purpose of product quality, healthfulness, customer satisfaction and affordability which could be the basis for investor to pursue the business. Moreover, the researchers have a determination with the business to build in order to develop nutritious ingredients into a healthy product to aid adults, children and maintaining good nutritious food.
Nature of Kind of Industry
This study offers a feasibility study on the economic...


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