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Street food

  1. 1. The topic of our presentation is “Street Food”
  2. 2. Name MD. Hasan Al Roktim MD. Abu Imran MD. Harun-Ar-Rashid ID 121-33-893 121-33-859 121-33-879
  3. 3. “Street Food” Street food is food obtainable from a street side vendor, often from a makeshift or portable stall while some street foods are regional. It is ready-to-eat food or drink sold in a street or other public place, such as a market or fair, by a hawker or vendor, often from a portable stall.
  4. 4. Street Foods surrounding us Dhaka is a very popular place for many kinds of Street Foods. Like many other places of Dhaka, there are many kinds of street foods surrounding us are given Below:  Jhalmuri  Fuchka  Chotpoti  Chanachur  Bhel-puri  Ice cream  Butterbone  Samosa  Shingara  Peaju  Chop  Vegetable Role  Golgappa etc.  Nuts  Cake  Tea  Puri  Vhapapitha  Chetoipitha  Achaar  Panipuri
  5. 5. Benefits and Problems Benefits – Use of local resources – Employment opportunities – Adequate earnings for vendors – Varied and nutritious food – Inexpensive, accessible service – Quality upgraded by licensing and inspection – Social needs met Problems – Contamination – Poor hygiene – Not a recognized industry – Lack of social status – Complex or non-existent licensing system – Ineffective and arbitrary inspection
  6. 6. Street food vendors  Vendors' stalls are usually located outdoors or under a roof which is easily accessible from the street. They have low-cost seating facilities which are sometimes rudimentary. Their marketing success depends exclusively on location and word-of-mouth promotion.  Street food businesses are usually owned and operated by individuals or families and 94% of vendors are male and 88% of vendors have their own capital to continue their business but benefits from their trade extend throughout the local economy.
  7. 7. They sell their product instantly making them. But they make their spices at their home. For example: To make the chotpoti & fuchka spices they use barle, pachforon, groom mosla, darucheni, potato, golmorich, red chilli powder, tamarind etc. For jhalmuri they use oil, lemon, branch, vetch etc.
  8. 8. They also face some problems. Like:  Those that don’t have their own van or shop; they have to pay a limited amount of money for this.  The Point of view, since these are the street foods, only a particular amount of people eat this  On many occasions when schools, colleges or universities are off they cannot sell their product.  For the reason of different weather, it also effect to the sell.  Stream risk. If they can’t sell their product fully they have a great chance to have risk.  They earn only a little profit.  Limited number of product purchase and sell.
  9. 9. Cause of liking Street Food According to the survey, they eat street food because it’s too cheap and easily affordable, too much tasty and its can found easily that’s why they like it very much. People’s favourite Street Food According to the survey, the most favourite street food is Fuchka, Jhalmuri, Chotpoti and Vhel-puri.