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Thursday, June 12, 2014
Supplying Food Everyday for Business in the Philippines
The Filipinos love to eat and that is a fact. From exotic, Asian and Japanese cuisine, the Pinoys are not so picky with regards to food. They are explorers of taste and if they can afford to buy, why not try? This is the reason why many businessman and entrepreneurs go for the food industry as their means of income stream. It is also a wise decision to make this particular stores to create a new environment for everyday busy consumers. Menus for the public are not necessarily healthy since they must understand that preparing these meals should be at home. Most fast foods are not healthy and everybody knows that but it is still a best help for hungry people who does not have much time to cook on their own in a daily basis.
Jollibee for instance is the most biggest fast food chain in the Philippines and it acts like a McDonald's of the United States. Hamburgers, hotdogs and same menus of Mcdo was applied but converted into Filipino style of tastes. It started way back in the 80's as an ice cream parlor at Cubao, Quezon City. More delicacies gather and sell street foods and this also a fast way to alleviate hunger for passerby. Some are fruits like green mangoes with bagoong, quail eggs, fish ball, siomai, pork barbeque (isaw, liver,etc). These are cheap snacks for the average Filipinos and is usually consumed during afternoon were workers log out from their jobs.
Lechon businesses are also the best choice for take away food category. Chicken is a basic meat everywhere and it is excellent for selling for a profitable way of earning. The common recipe for manok are tinola, caldereta, adobo, sinigang and more. Roasting chicken is rarely done and so litson is a helpful fast and reliable meat "ulam" for the family. Liempo are also popular in the public market and they are usually seen in residential areas and near tricycle terminals all over Luzon.
Balot is a cheap and delicious snack on the go. It is sold at 6pm onwards and sometimes combined with chicharon. It is a steamed duck egg highly known to strengthen the weak knees and joints. More delicacies are found at every corners in the city of Manila were people move around doing their routines. Retailing snacks and foods for business is a daily need for everybody and people tend to buy for unique products or common ones if in budget. Strategic selling and placing of the stores must be applied if you want to add or multiply your ideas of selling.
Foreign investors like Chinese and Koreans also took advantage in filling some cities with food products to distribute in the Philippines. They have discovered that Filipinos like to eat adventurously. Their restaurant styles include beautiful interior which includes its culture for Pinoys to try. These are shabu-shabu, kimchi and spicy noodles. But among other business culture, Japanese sushi and ramen are the most favorite pick of locals in Manila.
Supplying something for the hungry crowd daily can be the best solution to earn more. Several businessman or franchisee starters that already has the capital to invest tries food stalls. For some, starting small is very important to know and study the market. An additional store or outlet is applied if the operation system is mastered.