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KERRIMO : The Perfect Snack ‘n Drink Combo

Posted on: November 24th, 2017 by Francorp No Comments

It may be hard to be in two places at once, but it’s definitely easy to have your food and drink in one carry-all cup!

Kerrimo, The Original Food And Drink In 1“,offers a way of enjoyingdelicious servings of flavored fries and refreshing drink choices of orange juice and iced tea. The fries may be flavored with cheese, hot barbeque, sour cream and onion and other flavors with the option to add hotdog or nugget toppings housed in colorful and attractive cups.

The brand Kerrimo was a name play derived from the Englishphrase “you can carry it” (carry mo).

Kerrimois successful in pioneering a patented style of enjoying snacks. From its first franchise in 1998,it has over 100branches nationwide.  It has developed strategic partnerships with trusted suppliers to ensure the availability and quality of supplies.

Mr. Allan Marasigan, Franchising Head of Arjolan Premiere Corporation said:  “The delicious fries are imported from Belgium, and local products pass production and quality standards.”

Engr. Edmund Lanto, President, ArjolanPremiere Corporation shared:  “We are thrilled for Kerrimo’s existing and upcoming franchisees. We are now preparing and conceptualizing new and exciting programs to fulfill our vision of becoming a dominant player in the snack-and-drink combo category.” As the newest member of the Philippine Franchise Association, franchisees can expect more promising innovations.

Undoubtedly, Kerrimo’s unique name, concept and delicious offerings are sure hits in the market!  Start your business now!Kerrimona!

Paluto Nga Po

Posted on: November 17th, 2017 by Francorp No Comments

is a 24/7 restaurant known for their tasty yet affordable lutong-bahay meals, perfect for delivery and take-outs. It’s the brainchild of Roland Sinchongco, who started Paluto Nga Po from a carinderia in Tondo, Manila, and it grew it to six branches within a span of twelve years.

The success of Paluto Nga Po can be attributed to Sinchongco’s expertise and years of experience in the food service industry. As a working student at the University of Manila, he also worked in Jollibee as a service crew. After finishing a degree in HRM, he worked as a supervisor in Burger Machine, and then, he moved to U.A.E. to work in KFC as a supervisor. When he returned to Manila, he became a vendor in the Divisoria night market, and then, he eventually put up Paluto Nga Po.

Word of mouth grew and Paluto Nga Po transformed from a small carinderia to a full-fledged restaurant. Their neighborhood associated their delicious food and generous servings with its affordable price. Paluto Nga Po is also a go-to place for special events, anniversaries and occasions but also for everyday lutong-bahay fare.

Today, theyhave six branches with more on the way. This year, Paluto Nga Po has decided to partner up with Francorp.  It is looking for committed business owners who would like to explore opportunities in franchising real, affordable Filipino food. For those interested in replicating Paluto Nga Po’s lutongbahay magic, contact Mr. Roland Sinchongco at 09178216986.

FEDERICO’S RISE FROM “LAING” TO A FAST FOOD RESTAURANT

Posted on: November 10th, 2017 by Francorp No Comments

In April, 2008, Rosalie Ramos started operating Master J Food Products.  Her main offering was bottled vegetables mainly “laing”.  The company sits in a 2,000-square meter lot in Barangay Lumil, Silang, Cavite. On 350 square meters, the facility for food manufacturing was built.  Her “laing” was well received, prodding her to open a fast food restaurant named “Federico’s Favorites”. Their target market includes families, children and adults, and their menu became everyone’s favorite.

When Federico’s opened, its ambience was modern Filipino and inspirational classical music.  Under this atmosphere, Federico’s served “quick service meals” which were affordable, authentic, regional, and comfort food. Menu includes:  Laing paired with grilled meat and fish, sizzling bicol express and kandingga, and desserts.The first branch was located at the Laguna Technopark in Binan, Laguna.It operates Mondays to Saturdays, and it serves a full menu of combo meals, group meals in boodle fight style, desserts, refreshing drinks, and a delivery service for Laguna Technopark locators.

Under the stewardship of Rosalie Ramos, a CPA by profession, and husband John Frederic Ramos, a human resource management expert, “Federico’s Favorites”two advantages are: Rosalie’s passion for food and customer service including John’s heart to serve their employees especially their customers. They retained their competitive edge because staff members are well-selected, and they share the company’s values of honesty, dedication, and family centeredness.

Sarap Ala Eh!

Posted on: November 3rd, 2017 by Francorp No Comments

Sarap Ala Eh! brings every Juan the real “sarap” from Batangas through their distinct take on bona fide Batangueño fare—Batangasbulalo, goto, the ever-famous Batangaslomi and more.It infused not only its distinctive Batangueño taste to its menu offering but also the comic side of every Batangueñothrough its funny store design.

Sarap Ala Eh! was born at the busy municipality of San PascualBatangas. The idea was conceived during one of the many strolls in the area by Mr. Rey Lopez, owner of Sarap Ala Eh! Mr. Rey Lopez is a proud Mangyan, who has lived in Batangas all his life. An engineer by profession, his love for food as a Batangueño, inspired him to take Restaurant Management in theAteneo Graduate School. His first venture in food is the Son Miguel restaurant in the San Pascual area, a casual Filipino restaurant.

After trying a lot of local restaurants, he decided that his kababayans deserved better tasting Batangueño delicacies versus whatever is being offered around without being too costly for the budget of every Juan.Backed by his experience with Son Miguel, Mr. Lopez decided to put up Sarap Ala Eh which promotes Batangueño cuisine as the locals know it.

He believes that real Batangueño food should not just be about great taste but it is also a conveyor of the Batangueños’ distinct character and culture. Sarap Ala Eh! blends everything extraordinary about Batangas with their real, good food and humorous store ambience.