WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF MILK TEA SHOPS

Published: 1 April 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/58d4tjt9bt.1
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LENA CANET

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Milk Tea shops in current trends revealed that the Philippines and Thailand placed second following a significant difference from Indonesia in Southeast Asia with many milk tea customers. (Lee and Yim, 2019). This shows that a variety of domestic and foreign milk tea brands were gaining popularity. However, since the pandemic, the researchers discovered that Milk Tea Shops' food waste management had not been addressed. Milk Tea delivery services expanded, garnering the attention of researchers in Hagonoy, Bulacan, Philippines, who wanted to investigate if the numerous Milk Tea Shops were following proper food waste management standards in their business operations. In the present circumstance, which is the pandemic, maintaining the health and safety of customer is very important.

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The descriptive research approach was utilized to gather and evaluate data in this study and the convenience sampling approach was employed for this research.

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Bulacan State University

Categories

Waste Management, Waste Disposal, Recycling, Food Waste Handling, Food Waste, Pandemic

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