Affordable Food Cart Franchises in the Philippines at Under P100,000
You already got your food cart. You have already established them in a favorable location, and is now doing fairly well. Now, you are targeting the next step, that is finding a more adventurous franchise offering.
You might realize that a franchise that costed you less than P50,000 has its limitations, so why not go for something higher?
Finding a business franchise which would not cost you above P100,000 is relatively easy depending on what product you have in mind. Some may even be an upgrade of your existing below-P50,000 franchise. Here is just a sample of what brands and products you can look for:
Star Frappe is a frappe and shakes inspired food cart franchise from Mr. Edison Gomez of Fab Suffrage Inc., one of the personal friends of the administrators here in iFranchise.ph.
The franchise for Star Frappe starts at P79k, but his company offers franchises for other concepts (like rice toppings, siomai and the like) for only P59k.
You can contact Edison at 0917-5323708 / 0998-5928617 / (02)6231856 or visit his site at Fab.ph.
Perhaps easily the most visible and most viable franchise, french fries food carts and kiosks are a dime a plenty. And do Filipinos love this fried snack whether on the go or just for whiling time away in the mall. You can remember all the brands that offers the same potato product, with some differences here and there.
Among these brands, Patatas Twister is perhaps the most “buy-Pinoy” name. Conceptualized by the San Diego family who are into a wide array of business, the brand is relatively new to the franchising market, but is definitely backed by an experienced business family.
The basic franchise cost for a low-end cart starts at P50,000, but you can get their high end cart at P75,000. You can also opt to get their combo cart packages. Their franchise offers can also make you a distributor.
Patatas Twister is handled by Smart Pinoy Food Cart Marketing, who holds office at 876 Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City, Philippines. Reach them at (02) 351-1884. Drop them an email at email@example.com and visit their website at http://www.smartpinoyfranchise.com .
Those small dimsum food carts have proliferated malls and streets, and these tasty meat snacks have captured the taste buds of Filipinos who wish to satisfy their small craving for something salty yet satisfying to the tummy.
Among the siomai competition, Emperor Siomai offers years of expertise in the dimsum business. It is owned by Pinoy Pao Express Inc. (PPEI) formerly known as Filtrepreneur Enterprise. PPEI has been in the business since 1992, being a supplier of products like siopao, fishballs, kikiam and yes siomai.
Having an Emperor Siomai franchise would have you cashing out P100,000 for their Titanium cart, which includes an eLoading dealership business apart from the steamed dimsum business. You can attract customers with the brand’s extensive line of siomais, which comes in variants of pork, beef, chicken, shrimp, and sharksfin to name a few.
If you’re interested to know more about Emperor Siomai, their factory is located at Sangandaan, Quezon City. They hold office at Ortigas ave. Greenhills, San Juan, Quezon, Philippines. You can reach them by calling 0935 103 8203.
Hongkong-Style stir-fried noodles proliferated the fast-food market at about the same time the siomai business grew. Again, this fancy food concept appealed and captured both the Pinoy’s taste and penchant for convenient food, and their pockets, Hongkong-style noodles being affordable as they are easily accessible.
And easily accessible it is, as they sprouted on every available mall, MRT station, and street corner. One of these brands is Noodle House, owned by JCFranchising Inc. The name behind other food carts have been in the food cart industry since 2006, so they know where their food cart businesses is headed to.
A Noodle House franchise can cost you a minimum of P78,888 which can rise accordingly to your choice of package. They promise a superb support package which they believe sets them above the competition.
If you wish to know more about Noodle house or any of JCFranchising’s other brands, you can drop by their office at 1196 Batangas Street, San Isidro, Makati City, Philippines. Call them at +632-889 4773 to 76 or send them a fax at +632-889 4773. Online, visit their website at http://jcfranchisinginc.com/nh.php, or send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The summer season heat is beating down on us, and what better way to beat it back than to have a refreshing drink. And what better way to have a drink that is both healthy, has benefits to the body, and in season as well than to have coconut drink.
Yes, there have already been established brands that made their fortunes out of selling coconut drinks and other related products. But if you are still willing to take a dive into the business, you might want to try Iskul Buko. The brand is owned by Constantino Brilliant Minds Food Franchising Company, and their concept is really into name recall. Who would not mistake the brand name because of its recall through a successful noontime show?
They are based in Las Pinas Metro Manila. You can call 0925 588 5594 to find out more about Iskul Buko. Drop them an email at email@example.com.