SIT Students Sell Made-From-Scratch Japanese Sandos, Available Only On Sundays
Even the bread is home-baked.
Ever since Covid-19 started, we’ve seen a bumper crop of new home-based F&B businesses by airline workers, designers, wedding planners, and even influencers. Now, even students are hopping on the bandwagon.
University undergrads Ryan Tai and Thaddeus Loei, both 25, are in their final year of studies at the Singapore Institute of Technology. The duo are currently enrolled in a two-year Business Administration in Food Business Management programme under the Culinary Institute of America.
Looking to apply what they have learnt in school, the enterprising pals decided to create their own F&B brand before they graduate this September. They came up with the home-based online business 三-DÖ (pronounced “san-doh”, a reference to the Japanese word for sandwiches), which specialises in Japanese-style sarnies.