How to Start a Snack Attack Franchise

Merienda is always a Filipino’s favorite pastime. It always includes popular snacks such as hotdogs, French fries, and a delicious service of juice! So it might not come to a surprise when you hear that a 2 year old food business is taking the nation by storm.

Of course, we are talking about Snack Attack, whose rise to fame is its killer combination of snacks and drinks for people on the go! Yes, this business is a result of the patience, perseverance, and implementation of experience by a certain entrepreneur named Noel Andres.

He saw the timing right to turn opportunity into fruition by investing into a business that he knows would be successful based on the idea alone! Yes, Snack Attack not only provides a delicious menu of snacks and juices, they are also priced on the cheap! For less than 30 pesos, you too can enjoy a serving for merienda.

Good news, too, as it is also open for franchising. Wouldn’t you want to be part of the team to make a profit from a sensible investment? Continue reading to find out how!

History of Snack Attack Franchise


Noel Andres is a former medical representative as well as a national manager of a pharmaceutical company in the Philippines. He gave up his job in order to put up a full-time business, using his experience in the industry.

“Snack Attack” was derived by jargon in the medical field that Andres often used. The term is said whenever they brought “pasalubong” or treats to the doctors in the office.

Andres made a loan of P1,000,000 from his father to launch three branches around Paranaque. The business provided popular snacks such as nachos, hotdogs, fries, cheese sticks, and nuggets. The food came as ala carte or as a combo meal for the more hungry customers. Not only that, but they come with juice for people on the go.

The business attracted a lot of attention from everyday typical Filipinos – students, office workers, children, and adults alike. The innovation of a combo snack generated favorable reviews from the customers and made them come back from more.

On Snack Attack’s first day of operation, it made P16,000, which furthered Andres’ dream to invest more in the venture.

This year, Noel has partnered with Al Madani Group of Companies, an United Arab Emirates-based group that franchises popular businesses.

Mission: To continuously innovate snacks that will satisfy every customer

Vision: To be a leading food concept innovator in the industry

Snack Franchise Information

Snack Attack is open for anyone interested in franchising as long as they pass their franchise evaluation process.

It is recommended to have a location, to make things easier when processing the franchise approval.

There are several packages and different store types to choose from various price ranges that would suit any investor of a specific budget. They are as follows:

Standard Food Cart Php 399,000 – 550,000

  • Lightweight food cart
  • Initial lineup of menu worth Php 15,000
  • Set of equipment for food cart
  • Operational training and seminar
  • Pre-opening and grand opening assistance
  • Mascot appearance on opening
  • Marketing support
  • Site evaluation assistance
  • Franchise term of 3 years

Inline and Café Php 999,000 – 1,500,000

  • In line Store Design (Covers all basic material and labor)
  • Initial line up of menu worth Php15,000
  • Set of equipment for inline and café
  • Operational training and seminar
  • Pre-opening and grand opening assistance
  • Mascot appearance on opening
  • Marketing support
  • Site evaluation assistance
  • Operation Manual
  • Procurement program
  • Logistics program
  • Franchise term of 3 years

Snack Attack Franchise Inclusions:

  • Licensed trademark of Snack Attack
  • Equipment
  • Franchisee Training
  • Crew Training
  • 2pcs of complete line up LCD 32” Digital Menu

How to Start a Snack Attack Franchise

Franchising is easy as long as you have the necessary documents prepared beforehand:

  • 2 Valid IDs
  • Letter of Intent (State your desired location and why you want to franchise Snack Attack)
  • Map of the location (A sketch will do)
  • Photo of the location

After evaluation, the team will meet you face to face, alongside the location evaluation at the same day, if possible. The approval process starts as soon as you submit all necessary requirements and is done as soon as you provide all documents needed.

All franchisees and their crew will undergo mandatory training to understand the standard of operation of Snack Attack.

Snack Attack Contact Information

Address:  RNL Food Concepts Inc.
3/F Rm.302 Palm Square Building,
Alabang-Zapote Road, Pamplona III,
Las Pinas City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Facebook Page: officialsnackattackph


Telephone no.: 02 813 6814 / 02 806 0383

Advantage of Snack Attack Franchise

  • Start up guidance
  • Tried and tested business model
  • High quality assurance from the franchise
  • Inclusive of marketing support
  • Inclusive of site evaluation
  • Higher likelihood of success from a running business instead of starting as your own
  • Low cost outlay from proper supplier and location

Disadvantage of Snack Attack Franchise

  • Investment cost is in the hundred thousands, which may not be budget friendly for some investors
  • Franchise term is only good for 3 years

11 responses to “How to Start a Snack Attack Franchise”

  1. benjamin gadin says:

    I am interested. I attended the Jakarta program.

  2. Jonathan mariano says:

    Good day
    Do you have assistance for OFW to open franchise ?
    Thank you

  3. hi
    dear sir / madam
    h r u
    most respectfully i beg to sat that i want open franchise in dubai.
    kindly tell me the procedure and franchise cost.
    thanks & regards

  4. Rocky arcalas says:

    How to franchise mindanao butuancity

  5. Sergo says:

    Good franchise !!!

  6. Nahar alaqeel says:

    Can some one contact me

  7. Richard Bartolome says:

    Have a bless day po isa po akung ofw sa bansang southkorea nais kopo malaman kung magkano mag franchise sa Snack attack at snack a wrap

  8. Jose Antonio Sta.Cruz says:

    What will happen after 3 years if franchise term?
    – Are we renewing another contract and for how much?
    – During the 3 years, logistics will all be supplied by you.?

  9. Harvey Pillor says:

    Hello ladies and gentlemen. I am interested in retirement in the Philippines. Retirement visa requires investment of $10-$30k depending on who I speak with. Also, I understand that as a foreigner, I can only own 40% of the business. I see that $5.4k-$32k is the range for kiosk to store front. Could you help me understand you down payment and payment schedule please. I would also be interested in the vending machine opportunities. I have a fiancé and other related persons to partner with.

  10. Juman Andrada Maraviles says:

    Dear Sir,

    i am really interested to open a franchise here in Muscat. please give more details.


  11. Brian Kenneth Saavedra says:

    Hi! I’m interested to franchise, how much will be the investment for a food cart type.

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