Filipinos love chicken, it’s nothing new. Chicken farming is a livelihood for the majority living in the outskirts surrounding the urban cities as well as the provinces. Businesses opt for more chicken-based products because the supply matches the demand and so establish ways to penetrate the market with innovative ways to cook chicken. If you are interested in investing in a franchise, one that would focus on chicken would be a good idea for a profitable venture for you!
1. Manang’s Chicken
Manang’s Chicken started because of the owner’s house helper who came up with a fried chicken with a signature sauce that the owner’s friends would crave. Since then, Jill Gerodias-Borja (one of the owners) opened a stall in Mercanto Centrale and within a year, had 10 branches around Metro Manila. This is best suited for business-minded entrepreneurs who want a fast return of investment at a reasonable cost!
Franchise fee: P500,000.00
Total Investment cost: P4.5M to P6M
No royalty fee
Contract – 7 years
Renewal – 50% of current initial fee
Required documents to submit:
Letter of Intent to Franchise
Franchise application form
Photos, map, and other details of proposed location
Store type: full store with dine-in
Minimum space: 60 to 150 sqm
Recommended site: Malls, or nearby
Target Area: Metro Manila and Provincial
Location assessment and evaluation
Marketing costs for pre-opening and opening
12 months of Red Book for Managers
2 weeks of salary of opening team
Address: Giabella Foods Corporation Attn: Franchise & Business Development Dept. Rm. 205, MMG Business Center The Renaissance, 215 Salcedo St. Legaspi Village, Makati City, Philippines
Telephone no.: (02)403-5450
2. Ang Lechon ni Sr. Pedro
Pedro Anakciano created Ang Lechon Manok ni Sr. Pedro with his brother, who is a skilled cook, in 1992. They did not expect the success that would follow now that they have 300 branches nationwide. The company they own, Anakciano Inc., has farms that breed the chicken so you can be assured of the home-grown chickens you taste is one of the best! This also means a lower price for them to set since they own the farms. Consider this franchise if you want an all-natural and humane standards being set by the company that other companies do not comply with. You won’t be disappointed with your return on investment!
Most branches are company-owned, but the owners are open to negotiations to franchising and more so when you are expanding outside of Metro Manila. Contact them with the information below to know more about the investment fees and other franchise details you need.
Address: Anakciano Inc. 3708 Las Piedras St., Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, Philippines, 9000
Mobile no.: (+639)-1345-9265
3. Baliwag Lechon Manok
A long-running business famous for its lechon manok, it has become a household name whose history started from small beginnings that became successful through perseverance and determination! Invest in this franchise if you want a business with even footing on the chicken industry!
Franchise fee: P250,000 to P750,000
Space requirement: Depends on the package you choose
Licenses, permits, registration fees, insurance
Equipment and technological installations
Furniture and fixtures installations
Signage and posters
Finance-related supplies (cash register)
Advance rent of location
Security deposit – Mall/lessor
Security deposit – franchisor (depending on size and location of outlet)
Address: Head Office, # 1 Mercedez Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines
Another widely-known business, they have been in the industry for 25 years and have seen huge expansion and growth. The Metro Manila Commissary of Andok’s has received an “AA” award for Good Manufcaturing Practices (GMP) complicance, showing good practice and concern for consumer health. Invest in Andok’s if you want to stick with good business practice!
Franchise fee: P500,000 for dine-in store and P300,000 for take-out store
Total Investment costs: P800,000 to P1M
Training for staff and owner
Address: ACE Building No. 25 Bulacan Street, Barangay Bungad, West Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines
Telephone no.: +63 (2) 372-4033 loc 114
Fax no.: +63 (2) 376-7092
5. It’s All About Chix
Offered by C8 Best Franchising Corporation, their mission is to provide business opportunities to people wanting to start their own business as an additional income while being affordable and not sacrificing the quality of their products such as chicken! Consider this franchise if you want a good profit and want financial success!
Franchise fees and investment costs are disclosed, so you will have to contact them with the given information below if you want to know more about the franchise details.
Research and Development
Free cart delivery within Metro Manila
Address: 3rd floor, Hansel Arcade Bldg., #1 Imperial St. Cor. Aurora Blvd., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines