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Bento (Japanese Boxed Lunch)

Posted on the 21 May 2011 by Bgdn_adrian

Bento (Japanese Boxed Lunch)Description: It's a compact arrangement of food in a small box (which can be easily transported) and provides a balanced nutrition. This amazing food is served in a special package that functions as a clever storage food. There are various recipes available on the Internet for Bento.
   The business is making and marketing Bento in fast-food diet. This can be done through some
specialcontainers, ifyou do not haveoryou can’t get thetraditionaltraysusedforBento, here
isanexample ofachievingsuch anarrangement:

Resources needed: - documentation and experimenting in terms of achieving recipes
   - expenses in obtaining the marketing and opening of a company
   - renting  a small location
Pros: - no need for complex and expensive equipment
   - it is not difficult, if the recipe is followed
Cons: -there can appear extremely high costs in renting out the location of the activity
   - quality and sanitary controls are strict in the food business niche
Conclusion: Such a product would bring us balanced nutritional meals to the work place(instead of the traditional sandwich).

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