Muze (Mung Beans Mixed with Corn) Tempeh

Muze is a food made from a combination of mung beans and corn into a tempeh

Muze is a complex food made from a combination of mung beans and corn into a tempeh that has sufficient nutrition.

Use Case

Muze is product that rich protein and carbohydrate. As we know that mung bean’s protein is 24,2 gr and corn’s carbohydrate is 74,26 gr. Because of the highest protein and carbohydrate , we hope this food can solve the nutritional problem that happen.Furthermore, there’s amino acid in mung bean is good for our health. A few of mung bean benefit is reduce cholesterol, solve anemia problem, etc. This product made from material that easy cultivated with simple processsing that corresponding with the regulation, so it will be safe for everyone. The price of this product corresponding with the benefit so it will be easy to get. Eventually, the people will need a food with highest nutrition as soon as possible.

Potential

with high rates of consumption and the number of people in 2050, we needed of food than can solve the problems of hunger, poverty, and nutrition problems. With the amount of soybean consumption continues to increase very regrettable soybean raw material is also more expensive. Our products are made from corn and mung beans potential to solve the problems in 2050 because of cheap price, easily cultivated because corn and mung bean can be grown in dry areas and tropical, high nutritional content such like calories,fat,protein,fiber,and vitamin B complex,it is also our product can open up jobs for people in needed in this world.

Business Case

In this case, we get mung bean and corn with develop a working relationship. For production process, we use a traditional equipment and do that in the production house. Some seasoning or additional material we’ll get at the store in neighborhood. For packaging system, we’ll get the package from the seller with develop a working relationship.The product will be on sale at the market, production house , etc. Eventually, this product will be available at online shop.

Objectives:

  1. our products can be a solution for people who are starving in this world and being a substitute staple food for a better food
  2. with a high content of calories,fat,protein,fiber,and vitamin B complex our product can provide food for people who are malnoutrished
  3. our products could also make a jobs for those people in need, with the business we are creating jobs for the unemployed in the world .

Team E - SURIIT

malang city, Indonesia

Our Team

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tempeh! Production Process

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healthy | Tempeh: A highly nutritious and protein-rich fermented soy product

http://www.naturalnews.com/042362_tempeh_fermented_soy_health_benefits.html

Our Mission

hunger, poverty, and health will be the main topic in 2050. Our team consists of students from different majors available to help solve the problems of nutrition and the use of green beans and corn to soybean is one of the new innovations that we offer as food for meet the nutritional problems in 2050. we want to make healthy food, cheap, and want to open up jobs for people in the world, especially in Indonesia. green beans and corn protein content and high carbohydrate, so they can play a role in meeting the energy and growth. the amino acid content in green beans is higher than in other beans. In addition, other ingredients such as fats, vitamins, minerals, and water in sufficient quantities and balanced metabolism that will be useful for the regulation of biological processes. because the fat content of grains of green beans and corn is very high, we will be able to continue to develop it into a super food for people who are starving and can be made into a daily food staple food substitute that does not lose nutritional content but reasonably priced.

Our Background

Our team came up with an idea of ​​using green beans and corn. health problems, hunger and food security in the world today makes us want to solve this problem. today 2 billion people hungry in the world from a total of 7 billion. limited food availability in countries that hunger, the high number of hungry people, and do not deliver nutrients in food that is consumed in the countries of starvation. These problems make the team we want to make healthy food and cheap but retains the nutritional content. Our team consisted of students from different majors but still within the faculty makes an idea of ​​where we wanted to make tempeh from foodstuffs processed green beans and corn. we want to make the food easier to consume, inexpensive, and can solve the problem of hunger and health in the countries of the world. with our ideas, we also want to create jobs to help the economy in the countries in the world

tempeh! Production Process / Published January 14, 2017 by bagas kusuma

tempeh! Production Process

Our workspace | tonight 2 / Published December 17, 2016 by bagas kusuma

Our workspace | tonight 2

Our workspace | tonight / Published December 17, 2016 by bagas kusuma

Our workspace | tonight

Our workspace / Published December 7, 2016 by bagas kusuma

Our workspace

healthy | Tempeh: A highly nutritious and protein-rich fermented soy product

http://www.naturalnews.com/042362_tempeh_fermented_soy_health_benefits.html

Our Team

Our Mission

hunger, poverty, and health will be the main topic in 2050. Our team consists of students from different majors available to help solve the problems of nutrition and ...Read More

Our Background

Our team came up with an idea of ​​using green beans and corn. health problems, hunger and food security in the world today makes us want to solve ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.