Healthy Coffee Made From Organically Grown Rice and Corn
Saturday, 09 January 2010 02:45 | Written by Alicia T. Hayudini | PDF | Print | E-mail Organic rice coffeeOrganic rice coffee
Remember the good old rice and corn coffee? Our forefathers especially the Ilocanos used to toast rice for their coffee. This was known and proven to relieve gas pain and makes our body feel good.
This was how the sisters both government employees, NIEDA N. RAMOS (a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Home Economics- U.S.M, graduate) and ELIZABETH R. PALMA GIL ( a CPA and LLb graduate), of Maitum, Sarangani, got the idea of starting up a processing business for rice and corn-based products. They thought of producing an affordable, alternative and healthy drink out of it. Also, their mother Cresing would always insist on making rice coffee, as this beverage would always make her day complete. So, the idea of venturing into this processing business came up.
Maitum, in Sarangani Province is the biggest rice-producing municipality, that’s why raw materials abound the highlands of Maitum. Cresing’s Food Products started in March, 2006 with rice coffee as their main product, but later on, through continuous research on value adding and other processing techniques, corn coffee was included in their product. Made with choicest organically grown rice and corn, it is already registered with the Department of Trade and Industry, with DOST Nutritional Facts, as well as an on-going BFAD accreditation and Barcode acquisition.
The sisters also boasts of a homemade process and recipe that makes the difference.There maybe other and similar products in the market, but the unique taste and flavor of Cresing’s Rice and Corn coffee, can keep you wanting for more! It has a wonderful taste, 100% caffeine-free, no preservatives added and 100% organically grown.
Being new in this business, Nieda admits it takes a lot of hardship and perseverance to make this business grow, but with the...
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An extract composition derived from the peel of a banana and the method for producing the extract composition. An aqueous solvent is combined with the peel of a banana. If the banana is unripe, a base is also added. The mixture is homogenized and allowed to react at least until a black supernatant appears. The entire slurry is filtered. The resulting extract is used alone or combined with a cream or ointment. Medicinal benefits of the extract include relief from pain, swelling, itching, bruising, wrinkles, and sunburn.
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-- Darrell Stoddard
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By Gells | November 2011
Cake With Ampalaya and Sweet Potato
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
One of the most problems today that confront the country is malnutrition; one of the causes of malnutrition is eating foods that have less nutritional value like junk foods. Thiss malnutrition hinders the realization of the dream of a healthy and a happy community and the attainment of quality education. Because of these, the researcher attempt for an innovative way of preparing a food which is inexpensive and has a great nutritional value. The researcher attempt to conduct a study applying the principles learned in Science and utilizing Ampalaya which usually is a problem for the children to eat because of its bitter taste as a fruit. The researcher purposely chose Ampalaya because of its high nutritional value; it is cheap and usually just found in home garden or backyard and is also readily available in the market as a raw material.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM: This study aims to find out if Ampalaya can be a good additive in cake making. Specifically the study aimed to answer the following questions: 1.) Is the cake with Ampalaya and sweet potato additive acceptable in this of: a.) Taste
c.) Smell ?
The taste of Ampalaya cake is not acceptable among children.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The significance of...
...National Coffee Association’s 2010 survey of coffee drinking trends, 58 percent of Americans indulge in a cup of joe in a daily basis. Despite its popularity, the potential health risks for occasional and devoted drinkers alike.
The global spread of coffee growing and drinking began in the Horn of Africa, where. According to the legend, coffee tress originated in the Ethiopian province of Kafka. It is recorded that the fruit of the plant, known as coffee cherries, was eaten by slaves taken from present Sudan into Yemen and Arabia through in Yemen by the 15th century and probably much earlier. In an attempt to prevent its cultivation elsewhere the Arabs imposed a ban on the export of fertile coffee beans, a restriction that was eventually circumvented in 1616 by the Dutch, who brought live coffee plants back to the Netherlands to be grown houses.
Nestle Philippines dominates coffee with an 87% share of off-trade value sales in 2011 to reach Ps 26.7 billion. The company holds almost a monopolistic position through its Nescafe brand. Nestle Philippines takes advantage of its long-standing presence in the Philippines and Nescafe has become synonymous with coffee and coffee mixes. Nescafe has developed a very wide base of loyal consumers through its brand equity, established by aggressive advertising. The company has focused on...
...Coffee from Ampalaya Seeds
The main purpose of this study was to make a coffee from Amplaya seeds using different concentrations: pure Ampalaya seeds coffee (Sample A), a mixture of Ampalaya seed coffee and commercial coffee (Sample B), and pure commercial coffee (Sample C).
Statement of the Problem
The main problem of the study is to makecoffee from ampalaya seeds. It also answers the following problems:
1. What are the characteristics of the different ampalayacoffee samples in terms of:
2. . What is the acceptability of the different ampalayacoffee samples prepared?
3. 3. Is there a significant difference on the characteristics and acceptability of the different ampalayacoffee samples?
SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The proposed study was limited to producing coffee out of Ampalaya seeds.
Three samples were prepared with different ampalaya seed concentration and same amount of water for comparison purposes in which one of the samples was made from pure commercial coffee.
The products were then evaluated by thirty (30) evaluators of coffee-drinker to determine its characteristics and level of acceptability.
Each of the...
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Akshita Garg - 2013020
Angad Singh - 2013030
Ankit Agarwala - 2013034
Anshita Arora - 2013043
Ashish Malik - 2013053
Professor (Dr) R K Jena
Business Research Methods (BRM)
Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur, India
We wish to appreciate and thank the Board of Post Graduate Studies of the Institute of Management Technology for giving us the opportunity to take this course. We sincerely express our appreciation to our supervisor Prof. R.K.JENA for his immense support and guidance throughout this research proposal.
Thank You all
List of Contents
1.1 Café Cultures in India
2. Literature Review
3.1 Description of Data
3.2 Description of Variables
3.3 Manipulations of the variable or data
3.4 Reflection on ability of data to generalize to the target population
3.5 Statistical techniques
4.1 Hypothesis 1
4.2 Hypothesis 2
4.3 Hypothesis 3
4.3 Hypothesis 4
List of Tables
1.1 Avg of Preference and Varieties of Food offered
1.2 Inference of Avg of Preference and Varieties of Food offered
1.3 Anova testing of Avg of Preference and Varieties of Food...
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From its role as a healthy food, both parents and nutritionists strongly suggest and often force children to eat plenty of bitter gourd. Bitter gourd is commonly known to Filipinos as ampalaya. It has been a well-known cuisine for both Asian and Caribbean countries varying from one cooking style to another. Ampalaya as it cultivates, ripens to be even rougher and bitter. Scientifically proven, ampalaya is said to decline high blood glucose levels because of...
...for MIS research using survey.
The first part of the paper defines survey research and discuss its application.
Difference between survey and survey research
In general, a survey is a means of gathering information about one or many certain characteristics, or opinion of a population.
A survey research is conducted to advance scientific knowledge ⇒ for research purpose
Produce quantitative results. The subjects may be individuals, groups, organization, or also may be projects, applications…
The main way of collecting information is by asking people structured and predefined questions
The sample is large enough to allow extensive statistical analyses
In order to best understand the application of survey method, we compare survey research with 2 other dominant methods in MIS: case studies and lab experiments.
Case studies involve the examination of a phenomenon in its natural setting. The researcher has no control over the phenomenon, but can control the scope and time of the examination
May not have clearly dependent and independent variables
Most appropriate when the researcher is interested in the relation between context and the phenomenon of interest.
Lab experiments involve examination of a phenomenon in a controlled settting.
Researcher manipulates the independent variables and see the effects on the dependent variables
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Another research approach to choice and decision-making in higher education considers three different levels to student’s choice: global, national and curriculum level. First, the global level focuses on why students choose to study abroad. Student migration and study abroad has become a huge business matched by tremendous investment, especially among western countries. Zimmerman et al. (2000) has identified “push and pull” factors which operate along the students’ decision-making process in the global market. Dreher and Poutvaara (2005) have suggested that economic and cultural forces play an important role in shaping the international students migration markets. Second, the national level discusses the choice of higher education institution within countries. In Australia, for example, James et al. (1999) found that field of study preferences, course and institutional reputations, course entry scores, easy access to home and institutional characteristics significantly influenced applicants’ choice of institution. In addition, the teaching reputation of u niversities has been more important for college students in England than their research profiles (Price, et al., 2003). Foskett et al. (2006) found that students consider more carefully economic factors in times of distress...