Pasta Lava

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“PASTA LAVA”

Submitted by: de la Cruz, Deniece Katherine R.
Ho, Michael U.
Orlanes, Zyrille Mae C.
Panganiban, Demi Marie B.
Peñafort, Kristine Marie M.
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I. INTRODUCTION

Pasta LAVA

The market demand has never been greater for food that is healthy, low priced, and great tasting. In an analysis of casual dining it is noted that baby boomers and others are coming face to face with the realization that youth is momentary. With that apprehension, it points out the emphasis on healthy dining alternatives like pasta.

Pasta has always been an all-time favorite around the world. May it be from kids to teenagers or to adults as well. Elegant or simple, humble or classic, the infinite variety of pasta has established it as a contemporary staple. This food has never become a stranger to anyone, and because of its healthy and mouth-watering taste, a lot of people would be craving for it and some would even be more than willing to pay a higher price.

Pasta Lava is a food-service which caters a variety of pastas. Our consumers can benefit our product in a way that our meals are carefully prepared and made fresh daily on the premises using only quality ingredients. We pride ourselves by offering great food at reasonable prices. Pasta Lava's mission is to provide the customer the finest pasta meal and dining experience reinventing the dish for individuals to love and enjoy. Without a doubt, the Pasta Lava is the best dining value in town.

II.MARKETING ASPECT

A.PRODUCT

Description of the Product Pasta Lava offers products that will stimulate consumers’ senses as they open the doors to our…...

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