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Try the Sweet Apple Jenangs and Dodol in Batu City East Java

Apple is identical with Batu City. The entrepreneur in this city also continues competing to produce the best product from apple

Try the Sweet Apple Jenangs and Dodol in Batu City East Java
SURYAOnline/Sany Eka Putri
Luluk Maulida the entrepreneur of snack from apple who can be found at her residence on Kopal Kasdi 2 Batu 

SURYA.co.id | BATU – Apple is identical with Batu City. The entrepreneur in this city also continues competing to produce the best product from apple.

Just as the entrepreneur Luluk Maulida did. According to her, she with her husband, Samsul Huda, has started this business since 2001.

She did this initially from the innovation of jenang, which in fact is widely known by most people. So, No longer need to introduce to the people.

Therefore, She chose jenang to be her first production ingredient on her business.

"Start from the ingredients till how to make in easy way, we chose to be creative with making Apple Jenangs," Luluk said, Wednesday (31/5/2017).

The veiled woman added, the process of making is also easy and not complicated. She then explained a little about how this apple jenang can be a good typical food which is tasty and unusual when eaten.

At first, the apple is smoothed into become porridge, then mixed with jenang ingredients, such as sugar and water.

Each big box contains 48 apple jenangs. The price for box that contains 48 pieces is around 240 thousand rupiah. For a small box, the price is around 7 thousand rupiah.

"The marketing in Malang Raya is up to 70 percent. Some are sent out of town but the most is in Malang Raya," she added.

She also hire the surrounding villagers to quicken the production of her business. At the beginning, there were only two people who produced apple jenangs. Currently, there are about 10 employees.

The apple that she used for production is also from Bumiaji Village. Beside apple jenangs, she also produces dodol with various flavors, such as apple mix, seaweed, jackfruit, pineapple, guava, and others. There is also apple cider, fruit chips, and apple bakpia.

"This place is also often used as an educational tours. Starting from the processing to the production of apples,” said the woman who is also a member of the Association of Batu City Businessmen (APKB).

Translated by: Avicenna Abdul Azis

Penulis: Sany Eka Putri
Editor: Cak Sur
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