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How to Franchise: Potato Giant

When it comes to food carts and food stalls, potato snacks are undoubtedly a delicious treat. From french fries to hash browns, there will never be a shortage of potato-based grubs for hungry Filipino foodies. Even with the emergence of new and innovative snacks out there,

How to Franchise: CoCo Milk Tea

You’ve seen the long lines, you’ve tasted the product, now you want to cash in on the milk tea craze in the Philippines. How to franchise CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice, you ask? Continue reading for more details. During the first wave of the milk

How to Franchise: Ate Rica’s Bacsilog

Making waves among thousands of Filipino college students for its unique and affordable take on a classic Pinoy meal, Ate Rica’s Bacsilog is no doubt a rising star when it comes to food-on-the-go. Starting out as a temporary business venture in 2006, the brand has

How to Franchise: Starbucks Coffee

Starbucks is, for most people, more than just a mere provider of coffee. It’s a venue to chat with friends and to meet up with colleagues, and also a go-to location for those who want a cozy place to be alone. All around the world,

How to Franchise: Red Ribbon Bakeshop

Is franchising a Red Ribbon Bakeshop a piece of cake? Find out below! About Red Ribbon For the original owners of Red Ribbon Bakeshop, baking cakes started out as a family hobby but it eventually blossomed into a booming business of cakes and pastries for people

How to Franchise: J Co Donuts

If you’re a donut lover, J. Co Donuts and Coffee is likely one of your top choices for your donut cravings. For people who need sugar rush to energize them for the day, J. Co provides sweet treats oozing with unique ingredients. Do you want

How to Franchise: Serenitea Milk Tea

Without a doubt, Serenitea is one of the pioneers in the milk tea industry in the Philippines. The product concept may have originated from Taiwan, but it has successfully found its niche in the highly competitive food and beverage market in the country. If you’re