Energydrink

we hope to provide the leves of energy

we can provide energy on people, specifically those who works on food

Use Case

workers, specifically the ones that helps us produce quality food

Potential

It'll give more energy to those who works so hard on provide us quality food. it'll also, help the function of the brain so food technologies can make good food for the people

Business Case

Objectives:

  1. Prepare three formulations of the drink, describing different percentages of the ingredients in each formulation.
  2. Perform sensory analysis of the three proposed formulations to determine the formulation of greatest acceptance.
  3. Perform a bromatological analysis to determine the amount of carbohydrates and protein contained in the beverage formulation.

Team Enerdrink

Antíguo Cuscatlán, El Salvador

Our Team

Why we decided to use cocoa mucilage / Published May 4, 2018 by Ana Aguilar

Why we decided to use cocoa mucilage

why we decided to use cocoa mucilage

The country's economy is based on agriculture, mainly in the production of coffee, cotton and sugar cane. But in recent years, research has been conducted on the quality of cocoa of Salvadoran origin that has surprisingly been ranked 18th in quality cocoa contests. Knowing this, as a group we want to boost the production of cocoa in our country giving it an opening from the food point of view.

How will we do to boost the growth of cocoa production?
Performing research based on the nutritional benefits of the use of cocoa and its by-products. By carrying out these investigations, we will be able to inform cocoa producers about the benefits, products and by-products that can be created in many industries and even produce plastics made from the cocoa mucilage!

Our Mission

We believe that cocoa mucilage a potencial source of energy in feeding, Most cocoa producers dont use it but over the past weeks, We have conducted a research based on used of cocoa mucilage as a source of energy in a form a energy drink with added flavors suchs as mandarine. With this research we hope that cocoa producers start to use the cocoa mucilage for creating new products in order to help the nutrition in communities and to generate zero waste in manufacturing procces

Our Background

The team is made up of 5 women students of food engineering that seek a way to help people with limited resources to improve their lives and simultaneously help cocoa producers to provide them with work, using innovative processes to take advantage of the cocoa mucilage. Plus helping the environment by generating zero production waste.

Why we decided to use cocoa mucilage / Published May 4, 2018 by Ana Aguilar

Why we decided to use cocoa mucilage

why we decided to use cocoa mucilage

The country's economy is based on agriculture, mainly in the production of coffee, cotton and sugar cane. But in recent years, research has been conducted on the quality of cocoa of Salvadoran origin that has surprisingly been ranked 18th in quality cocoa contests. Knowing this, as a group we want to boost the production of cocoa in our country giving it an opening from the food point of view.

How will we do to boost the growth of cocoa production?
Performing research based on the nutritional benefits of the use of cocoa and its by-products. By carrying out these investigations, we will be able to inform cocoa producers about the benefits, products and by-products that can be created in many industries and even produce plastics made from the cocoa mucilage!

Our Team

Our Mission

We believe that cocoa mucilage a potencial source of energy in feeding, Most cocoa producers dont use it but over the past weeks, We have conducted a research ...Read More

Our Background

The team is made up of 5 women students of food engineering that seek a way to help people with limited resources to improve their lives and simultaneously ...Read More

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    Posted three facts about global food issues learned in the Explore mode
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    Shared three new insights your team formulated in the Define mode
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    Shared your Design Statement created during the Define mode
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    Shared pics of the chaos of the post-it filled Ideate work mode
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    Shared a GIF of the prototype building frenzy
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    Submitted Final Pitch, including videos and concept details
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