HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 1 no. 1 (2011)

Mango Oatmeal Cookies: A Feasibility Study

Abigail P. Chua | Ma. Rosanna B. To | Monique Anshelene F. Manalang

Discipline: Management Accounting



The product is made from mango and oats to be packed in a specially designed plastic that would hold three cookies with 10g per piece. It is round in shape and rough in texture.

The project has been conceptualized to determine if the production of mango oatmeal cookies can be profitable or not.

Continue penetrate income, further studies, and continue innovating the product are the project’s long-range objectives.

It was found out that the proposed business is viable and

profitable through the following assertions:

1. In the marketing aspect, it shows that there is a demand for mango oatmeal cookies. Based on the survey conducted, 73% of the respondents in Calamba were willing to buy the product.

2. In the technical aspect, it shows that the raw materials and the equipment needed are available and there is no shortage in terms of the source of the main ingredients.

3. Cookie MangOats is known to be environmentally friendly because there is no hazardous chemical that would be used in the production of such product.

4. Based on the financial analysis of the study, the proposed business is financially viable for it results to desirable net income.