Production of Halal meals by non-ethnic Chinese women who use their cooking talents for income and self-esteem
In view of the underemployment of non-ethnic Chinese women and scarcity of suppliers of Halal meals for non-ethnic Chinese students in Hong Kong, the venture proposes to recruit non-ethnic Chinese women as part-time chefs to prepare Halal meals for non-ethnic Chinese students. Adopting the concept of shared kitchen, it will partner with a restaurant to use its idle kitchen during non-peak hours for food production. It will also apply for Halal certification.
The venture aims to increase the income and enhance the self-confidence of non-ethnic Chinese women by offering them job opportunities which unleash their cooking talents in preparing Halal meals while addressing the catering needs of non-ethnic Chinese students.