Tue. May 21st, 2024

    Mozzannion is a new start-up business in Sugbo Mercado that opened recently.

    The business was inspired by Mozzarella Cheese, and their products consist of mozzarella sticks, onions rings, tater tots and chicken parmesan.

    The business was founded by a group of transferee USC students who had a drive of entrepreneurship.

    They all had similar sentiments into creating a start-up business, which was that being students going through the pandemic taught them the importance of doing what makes them happy rather than just doing what is expected of them.

    One owner majored in medtech while the others majored in accounting and management.

    They later changed their majors after realizing that being an entrepreneur is their calling.

    Their decision was also heavily influenced by the pandemic.

    As a group of promising and fresh entrepreneurs, they feel that their road will be a long one.

    They chose Sugbo Mercado because they want to grow with the business, and they are inspired by the environment which is filled with food enthusiasts.

    They’re here to pursue the challenge. With their mozzarella sticks and onion rings that are covered in their special batter and breaded with crushed Cheetos before being deep-fried to golden perfection, Mozzanion will shake things up in Sugbo Mercado CBP starting today.

    Come check them out and support these rising entrepreneurs! #BeAnEntreprenuer

    By balita.news

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