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Street foods and fast foods are low in costcompared with restaurant meals and offer anattractive alternative to home-cooked food. Inspite of these similarities, street food and fastfood enterprises differ invariety, environment, marketing techniquesand ownership.Street foods and fast foods arelow in cost compared withrestaurant meals and offer anattractive alternative to home-cooked food. In spite of thesesimilarities, street food and fastfood enterprises differ invariety, environment, marketingtechniques and ownership.
Benefits and ProblemsBenefits 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
ProblemsContaminationPoor hygieneNot a recognized industryLack of social statusComplex or non-existent licensing systemIneffective and arbitrary inspectionTraffic congestion aggravated
Street Foods around “BuBt”Dhaka is a very popular place for many kinds of Street Foods. Likemany other places of Dhaka, there are many kinds of street foodsaround “BUBT”. Various kinds of street foods around “BUBT” aregivenbelow, Jhalmuri Fuchka Chotpoti Chanachur Bhel-puri Ice cream Butterbone Samosa Shingara Peaju
street food vendorsVendors stalls are usually located outdoors or under a roofwhich is easily accessible from the street. They have low-cost seating facilities which are sometimes rudimentary.Their marketing success depends exclusively on location andword-of-mouth promotion.Street food businesses are usually owned and operated byindividuals or families and 94% of vendors are male and88% of vendors have their own capital to continue theirbusiness but benefits from their trade extend throughoutthe local economy. For instance, vendors buy their freshfood locally, thus linking their enterprises directly withsmall-scale farms and market gardens
They sell their product instantly making them. Butthey make their spices at their home. For example:To make the chotpoti & fuchka spices they usebarle, pachforon, groommosla, darucheni, potato, golmorich, red chillipowder, tamarind etc.For jhalmuri they use oil, lemon, branch, vetch etc.
They also face some problems. Like: Those that don’t have their own van or shop; they haveto pay a limited amount of money for this. The Point of view, since these are the street foods, onlya particular amount of people eat this On many occasions when schools, colleges or universitiesare off they cannot sell their product. For the reason of different weather, it also effect tothe sell. Stream risk. If they can’t sell their product fully theyhave a great chance to have risk. They earn only a little profit. Limited number of product purchase and sell.
Findings on the basis of survey:Types of street food which people like Interpretation:From the survey we see that according to the students ofintake 24 section 5, the students mostly preferFuchka, Choap, Chotpoti, Vhel-puri, Jhalmuri, Puri, Somucha, Shingara. They also preferpeazu, burger, ice-cream, French fries, chickenfries, cake, vegetable role, tea, coffee, badam, boiledegg, banana, biscuit, etc.Some people eat seasonal street food likevhapapitha, chetoipitha.
Prices of street foods Interpretation:There are many types of street food and their prices aredifferent from each other. Each street food containedeach price. From the survey we got some prices of streetfood suchas, 3tk, 5tk, 15tk, 20tk, 25tk, 30tk, 40tk, 90tk, 150tk etc.According to it the minimum price of street food is 3tk andthe maximum is 150tk. The amount of money people spend on street food eachmonth Interpretation:According to the survey, in a month they spend50tk, 70tk, 100tk, 150tk, 200tk, 300tk, 600tk, 700tk andmaximum 1000tk on street food.
Cause of liking Street FoodInterpretation:According to the survey, they eat street foodbecause it’s too cheap and easily affordable, toomuch tasty and its can found easily that’s why theylike it very much.People’s favourite Street FoodInterpretation:According to the survey, the most favouritestreet food is Fuchka, Jhalmuri, Chotpoti andVhel-puri.