Increasing Production, Marketing, and Diversification of Mocaf-Based Product

Dede R. Oktini, Yudha Dwi Nugraha, Allya Roosalyn, Dewi Rahmi


Abstract. The problem for small businesses of mocaf-based products is drying. Thus, a dryer is needed which will be attempted through an apprenticeship program. Another problem is the need to expand the type of business. Through the diversification of cassava products, it produces mocaf noodles which can be sold at higher prices, thereby increasing income and improving people's welfare. The aim of PkM is to increase and maintain production continuity, as well as increase profits through the creation of derivative products. The target audience is people who are already engaged in the mocaf flour business and small culinary entrepreneurs. The training method is in the form of tutorials and technical training by integrating Islamic values into it. Based on the results of the apprenticeship, small ovens can be made by themselves. However, the production of large ovens cannot be completed considering there is still a shortage of funds. The manufacture and marketing of noodles have been occupied by several small culinary entrepreneurs and sold to meatball traders, as well as sold to consumers who have been customers before. The conclusion is that in order to increase mocaf flour production, it is necessary to make a good drying oven. The PkM team was able to build only 75% of the drying ovens, so more assistance and funding was needed. From the perspective of increasing mocaf-derived products, mocaf noodles are a profitable option, and giving rise to many new entrepreneurs.

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