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A. In general, the food related products will include: Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Potatoes, Fish, Processed Foods, Stoves, Vegetables, various machinery, and cash registers, order monitors, ovens, wireless systems for ordering services. Products will be explained in more detail further on.
B. What will the product or service be called?
The named Baked Hut shows our customers the kind of products we export because, usually fast food eaters are accustomed to oiled foods, so as an alternative for oil, most products will indeed be baked to lessen the amount of calories. It will also affect how we advertise it because it is a short, catchy, and non-difficult name that no one will have problems pronouncing or reading. Baked Hut will export food related products that will differ from a typical fast food restaurant in various ways. In current typical North American fast food markets, restaurants such as McDonald’s, Burger King, and KFC provide customers with food containing high amounts of calories, saturated and trans fats, sodium salt and processed sweeteners that increase your risk for chronic diseases. Baked Hut will alter this issue by providing the same idea of fast food, but instead encountering the health risks associated with regular fast food and providing customers with healthier food. The idea is for customers to gain the same pleasure of eating “fast food”, but without being conscious of how it is affecting their health. Generally, we’re looking at North American, or westernized style dining, and expand our market in New York City, located in the America. Our objective is to gain the same amount of attention and exposure, but providing healthier choices in our menu in comparison to foods in McDonald’s or Burger King. Therefore, by adding a healthy style of food, and by providing the excelling fast service you would usually see in a functioning…...

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