Czyrah’s Pizza Franchise: Is It Still for Franchising? Any Alternatives?
The Filipinos love pizza: that delicious soft (or crunchy) crust, topped with tomato sauce and meat and yummy vegetables… and pineapple. Delish. (Is your mouth watering yet?)
However, not every time we have the luxury of going to the nearest Pizza Hut or Shakey’s or Greenwich to order pizza and not all the time we have a large amount of money to buy one family-sized pizza.
This is where Czyrah’s Pizza shines. This business started with just selling their pizza they made at home in their cozy little bakery in Sta. Lucia, Novaliches, Quezon City. Many people loved the idea of a family size pizza that tastes pretty good (we personally tasted it) and costs less than a hundred pesos each.
Czyrah’s Pizza Franchise: Is It Still Available?
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Are they still open for franchising or not?
Unfortunately, after talking to the owners of Czyrah’s, we were informed that they stopped franchising around two years ago to focus on supplying quality product to a small number of franchisees rather than supplying poor -tasting products to many franchisees and therefore ruining the brand that was built on taste.
We will update this article if Czyrah’s Pizza opens up their doors to allowing franchisees for their products and brand again.
One of the brainchild of Mr. Edison Gomez of Fab Suffrage Inc., Pizza Delite focuses on serving large family pan pizza for under P150.00 each. The price you must pay for a small personal pizza can now be share with the barkada. This is so cool!
The franchise fee of P59k for a Pizza Delite franchise includes:
The use of “Pizza Delite” trade name
A mini high end food cart (measures 7 ft x 3ft x2.5 ft)
Equipment for Pizza Delight operation
A heavy duty microwave oven
Acrylic juice container with laddle
Complete set of uniform of one service crew (includes shirt, visor and hair net)
Starting products worth P2,500.00
Business and product orientation
Hands-on training for you and your crew
Contact Information: Mr. Edison Gomez at 0917-5323708 / 0998-5491567 / (02)6231856