By: Ravon Lingard, Louis Miller,
Sherif El Sherif,
Ankita Kanakadandila
Our Mission Statement
At Umami, we do what we do because
healthy food is the essence of our being
and we have a passion fo...
Objectives
To maintain the profitability of our
business while increasing health-
consciousness—particularity in
nutrition...
What We do?
• Fast-Casual Dining
• Specialize in
Japanese Ramen
Noodles
• Customizability
3 Kinds of
Grain
4 Soups and
Sau...
Economic Viability?
• Estimate sale of 3,400 meals a month
($7.50 a meal)
• Gross profit margin of 25% ($70,780)
Demand
• Who are our Customers?
• Who are our Competitors?
• Why Invest?
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?
The Obesity Epidemic
• A third of Americans under age 19 are
obese
• Over 150,000 minors have type 2 diabetes
Framing the Issue
We will close the doors once a month
to travel to schools to educate low
income kids about healthy eating and
offer them f...
Umami’s 10 Year Plan
How will we be successful?
Our Mission
Our Business
Our Economic
Viability
Our Social
Enterprise
Work Cited
• http://recycledinc.wordpress.com/2010/07/0
5/moms-and-tots-arts-crafts-session-31st-july-
2010/
• http://www....
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  1. 1. By: Ravon Lingard, Louis Miller, Sherif El Sherif, Ankita Kanakadandila
  2. 2. Our Mission Statement At Umami, we do what we do because healthy food is the essence of our being and we have a passion for making it. Healthy food is a right, not a luxury, and we wish to educate children on its importance
  3. 3. Objectives To maintain the profitability of our business while increasing health- consciousness—particularity in nutrition—for elementary school children in St Louis To establish a healthy profit and enable the expansion of the Umami brand
  4. 4. What We do? • Fast-Casual Dining • Specialize in Japanese Ramen Noodles • Customizability 3 Kinds of Grain 4 Soups and Sauces Toppings Rice ($4) Miso Based Soup (Free) Hard boiled and Raw Eggs (Free) Tokyo Wavy Noodle ($6) Soy Sauce Based Soup (Free) Marinated Beef (Add $1.50) Seasonal Noodle ($6.50) Clear Soup (Free) Seasonal Vegetables (Carrots, Pumpkin, Squash, Peas) (Add $1) Seasonal Soup ($1.00) Roasted garlic or pepper flakes (Free) Corn or grilled onions (Add $.25 for either)
  5. 5. Economic Viability? • Estimate sale of 3,400 meals a month ($7.50 a meal) • Gross profit margin of 25% ($70,780)
  6. 6. Demand • Who are our Customers? • Who are our Competitors? • Why Invest? ?? ?? ? ?
  7. 7. The Obesity Epidemic • A third of Americans under age 19 are obese • Over 150,000 minors have type 2 diabetes
  8. 8. Framing the Issue
  9. 9. We will close the doors once a month to travel to schools to educate low income kids about healthy eating and offer them free healthy options. Our Solution?
  10. 10. Umami’s 10 Year Plan
  11. 11. How will we be successful? Our Mission Our Business Our Economic Viability Our Social Enterprise
  12. 12. Work Cited • http://recycledinc.wordpress.com/2010/07/0 5/moms-and-tots-arts-crafts-session-31st-july- 2010/ • http://www.bloglet.com/how-to-encourage- and-improve-kids-drawing-activities/ • http://www.rantlifestyle.com/2014/01/07/20- lesser-known-fast-food-joints-youre-missing/

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