With the help of hundreds of people over the past months we made huge improvements to the way we make and serve our chun-bing wraps.
In other words, we gave away a bunch of free chun-bing and then requested people to fill out surveys on what they thought about the food. This helped us figure out what people liked and what we could improve.
Among the key improvements we made were
a major reduction in chun-bing preparation time, so you don’t have to wait in line for long, and
- switching to a foil wrapping so your chun-bing is easier to eat and stays warm.
We also did a simple keyword analysis of the survey responses and found that the most mentioned ingredients were beef, cucumber, pork and cilantro. Because we requested people to list the ingredients for the chun-bing wraps they ordered, it’s safe to assume that these ingredients were the most ordered.
There are many great combinations of chun-bing ingredients, and we encourage everyone to explore to see what they like best. (Our teammate MCK is fanatical about the garlic chili sauce, and I always go for the julienned mixed vegetables.)
None of these learnings could have been possible without the multiple organizations that let us use their space — including the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute, The Grove, and Startup Weekend New Haven — and of course all the taste testers that contributed their palettes and helped us improve.
Our designer Ming painted this collection of cards to show our gratitude of everyone's support. We loved making you chun-bing and hope you're ready for more soon.
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