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Starting Your Own Food Business? You Should Take Up This Entrep + Culinary Arts Program!

This program is a collaboration between CCA and UA&P.
The livelihood of many Filipinos has been greatly affected since the start of the pandemic. It forced many to start their own online food business—from sushi bake to cookies and cakes, and beyond. If you also want to start a new food venture on a good note, you should ...

This Instant Ice Scramble Mix Comes In Ube, Buko Pandan, and Melon Flavors

Each pack only costs P150 or less!
Ice scramble or iskrambol is a widely popular Pinoy street food, especially during summer or when it's just a particularly hot day. By Philippine standards, that could be more than 3/4 of the whole year. If you're making this icy dessert from scratch, it requires ...

WATCH: This Local Ice Candy Business Wants To Help Nanays

Nay's Ice Candy wants to pay it forward.
Spending summer in the Philippines during one’s youth always involves cheap thrills like indulging in ice candy. It usually doesn't cost more than P10 per piece, comes in different flavors, and it's always such a good treat to fight off the heat during summer. Nay’s ...

Food Business Idea: You Can Make Cheese Puto For Six Pesos Each!

Who wouldn't love some puto?
Puto, especially those topped with cheese, are the original Filipino "cakes". Before the western version topped with frosting and decorated with swirls, chocolate-covered nuts, and meringue cookies, the puto was already a popular and well-loved snack. It even pairs well with another native dish, the ...

Food Business Idea: Make Flavored Marshmallows For Only One Peso Each

You just need 5 basic ingredients + your favorite flavors!
Marshmallows are delicious treats! These soft puffs of edible sugar are a delight to eat on its own or tossed into between crackers, stirred into cookie dough, or tossed into a mug of hot chocolate. It's also a great idea for a food business because ...

How Much Does It Cost To Be An Aice Ice Cream Reseller?

Here's everything you need to know!
Are you thinking of being an Aice ice cream reseller, especially now that it's summer and people will be wanting icy treats? Yummy.ph got to talk to Camille Puebla, the Media Marketing Supervisor of Aice Philippines, and she shared the process of being ...

A Roadside Coffee Stand In Pampanga Is Selling 100+ Cups A Day

By learning how to make better coffee, Coffee Bros became a rousing success.
Tenacity and the willingness to learn how to improve their coffee transformed Coffee Bros, a roadside coffee stand, into a profitable small quarantine business.Brothers Johndoe and Kim Martin Gallegos and their cousin Bill Lawrence Estacio wanted to help Johndoe and Kim Martin's ...

"Mister Donut On Wheels" Is Now Open For Franchising

Reports show that you can earn as much as P8,700 on a regular day.
Have you been looking to franchise a food business? Well, you're in luck because Mister Donut is now offering the "Mister Donut on Wheels" for franchising!In a report by Manila Bulletin, the "Mister Donut on Wheels" was initially used as a "complementary to a franchisee's ...

Couple Shares How They Made Their Food Business Thrive During The Pandemic

"Kung hindi kami magri-risk, walang mangyayari sa amin."
Before the pandemic, things were going well for couple Josh and Alysa Albelda, who owns a burger business called Burger Garage. The burger joint, which used to be located in a small space in Makati City, was usually packed with people.Unfortunately, when lockdowns were imposed in 2020, "umaaasa lang kami ...

These Flight Attendants Started A 'Tapsilog' Business After Losing Their Jobs

These two BFFs teamed up to launch a food business!
As the airline industry has been badly hit by the pandemic, many pilots and cabin crew members have, unfortunately, lost their jobs. Kristine Cañafranca and Christine Erika Nera were just some of the flight attendants who had to rest their wings. To find an alternative source ...

This Pinay Started Her Adobo Flakes Business With Only P500

With her business venture, the mom says she earns up to P6,000 a week during the quarantine.
One of the perks of starting a food business is you don't always need to have a big capital to make it happen.As Michelle Tancioco, the owner of Mishees Adobo Flakes,shares with Female Network, she started her small business with only P500.The mom entrepreneur sells bottled adobo flakes, including other ...

This Flight Attendant Earns P30,000 A Week With Siomai Franchise

She also sells other frozen goods!
For the past two years, Mahj Baguino was working as a flight attendant. Unfortunately, the travel industry was badly hit by the pandemic, which resulted in job losses. Mahj was one of the flight attendants who had to let their wings rest. Luckily, the 26-year-old still had ...

This Shop Lets You Have Your Milk Tea Served In Bamboo Cups

It's an eco-friendly way to support local products, too.
This milk tea shop in Iloilo is selling milk tea in reusable bamboo cups!  You have the option of having your order of milk tea served in the bamboo cups instead of the single-use plastic cups when you dine-in. If you love your bamboo cup ...

How to Make Your Small Food Business Survive the Pandemic, According to Chefs

Make sure to be on top of your finances!
Many people have turned to starting a small food business when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and why not—food is something you can technically earn money from without leaving your home. We’ve seen the rise of trends like ube-cheese pandesal and sushi bake, ...

Here's How This Filipina Started Her Dream Cookie Business With Only P5,000

Using a portion of her wedding funds, the couple made her baking fantasies a reality.
After losing her job due to the pandemic, 28-year-old teacher and bride-to-be Kath Vicente and her fiancé started their witty cookie business, Cookie N' Amo, during the pandemic. Ahead, she shares her story with Female Network:I'm Kath, a professional teacher, and a soon-to-be ...

Attention, Small Business Owners: DTI Says No Need for Tax Registration

Take note in case you own a small food business!
There's been a huge surge of small businesses and online shops opening since Metro Manila was placed under quarantine in March. With most people confined to their homes, local bakers and home cooks of all kinds have been looking to turn their ...

Here's How You Can Easily Make French Fries Into A Food Business

Who doesn't love fries?
Selling French fries is big business. They're one of the most popular fast-food products, and putting them on your menu and coming up with new ways to serve them is always a good idea. Both kids and adults love them, and they're very easy ...

Want To Start A Food Business? Mary Grace Dimacali of Cafe Mary Grace Offers Tips

The food business is not all about eating!
Cafe Mary Grace's first store opened in 2002 and the first cafe in 2006. Food entrepreneur Grace Dimacali began with the end in mind: to create an ensaymada so beloved that it would be a Noche Buena staple in each household. For some, ...

Grace Lee Opened 13 Branches of Kko Kko in Two Years!

She shares some of her business secrets and learnings.
You can dip these delicious, crunchy pieces of chicken into a tantalizing melted cheese from a big bread bowlat Kko Kko. “I didn’t expect it to grow this big,” Grace Lee, the serial restaurateur who birthed the Kko Kko brand, said during her talk at the Globe ...

Her Empanadas Are a Tribute to Mom and Lola Who Founded Red Ribbon Bakeshop

“It also represents the hard work that my mom and my grandmother had to do as women entrepreneurs.”
Nostalgia is the best ingredient, as they say, but in the case of Trina Tiutan Cancio’s empanadas, the nostalgia is helped along tremendously by a tried-and-true family recipe that’s been improved and updated for today’s palates. Mama Empanada is so named, in fact, as tribute to her ...
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