Essay on Chapter1

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Chapter 1
PROJECT BACKGROUND
Introduction
The purpose of this study is to come-up a new product which is distinctive in a form that the proponents examined the concept of inventing and adding a new ingredient in making pizza which is instead of using beef, pepperoni, sausage and ham the proponents choose fish sardines (in tomato sauce) as the main ingredient of the product and this is called “pizza ala sardines”.
Chapter one is designed to study the project background of the proponents about their chosen product including the history, brief description of the project which pertains to the proposed name of the business, kind of business being pursued, the members of the group which refers as the proponents with their individual share of
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Somehow the news of this tomato pie spread, and open-air pizza parlors began to do a brisk business. It was also not unusual to see the pizza marker, or pizzaioli plying his wares through the streets.
Just as the tomato made its way to Europe, the pizza traveled to the United States with the large influx of Italian immigrants in the latter part of the nineteenth century. One of the earliest known pizzerias was opened by Gennaro Lombardi in New York City in 1905. The thin-crust pie served featured a layer of tomato puree, mozzarella cheese, and various toppings such as sausage and pepperoni. In 1943, Ike Sewell created a deep-dish version at his Chicago restaurant, Pizzeria Uno. The deep-dish pizza combines the sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, and such with the cheese, which is then poured into a high-sided crust. A layer of tomato sauce is then ladled over the top.
By the end of the 1940s, Frank A. Fiorello was packaging and marketing the first commercial pizza mix. Frozen pizzas were introduced in 1957. By the 1990s, one out of every 20 meals eaten American homes each week was pizza. From its humble beginnings as a staple of the peasant diet, pizzas now sport everything from shrimp to pineapples to barbecued chicken. The manufacturing process, however, remains virtually the same.
The proponents examine what is the other main substitute ingredient in making a pizza that will consider the taste,

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