Taco Tuesdays: Taco and Nacho Food Cart Franchise

Taco is one of the Mexican's gifts to mankind. These tasty "sandwiches" come din different forms: meat only, vegetarian, mixed, soft shell, hard shell, spicy, not spicy and fusion cuisines that combine the once lowly street food of Mexico with Asian cuisines. This once lowly street food is starting to become one of the favorites of many people. Want proof, just look at the … [Read more...]

Franchise Application Procedure

Starting a franchise with TC franchising and business development co. is very easy! Here is a step by step preview of the process of starting your very own franchise business with us! Inquire at 09156385699 through phone call or text message. You can look for Mr. Tristan Pilongo. We will set an appointment for you at our head office for orientation and product tasting. … [Read more...]

Splash ‘n Fries Food Cart: Fries and Drinks in a Cup Franchise

We all know that Filipinos love meryenda. It is embedded in our culture and is not going away any time soon. It is made even more popular with the street vendors selling fried foods like french fries, hot dogs, fishballs, kikiam and the like, as well as the drinks that come handy with them, like gulaman and juice. Whoever came up with packaging those two into one cup is a … [Read more...]

Waffle Craze: Waffles Food Cart Franchise

Waking up in the morning is such a difficult task. Especially if you have only few hours of snooze, waking up would be more unbearable. But what if you have the perfect breakfast to kick start your day? What would be the charming breakfast that everyone loves? Of course, it is waffles! Waffles taste better with jam, chocolate spread or even as it is. Some like it with butter … [Read more...]

Lemon Co. Franchise: Lemonade Food Cart

The Philippine weather is so hot, that any business that caters to quenching the thirst and keeping the temperature down is a great way to earn money. Just look at the numerous stalls of shakes, palamig, gulaman and juices that have customers teeming with them! The problem with these kind of business is they are too common and too plentiful. What are our other … [Read more...]

Amigo Mango: Mango Shakes, Smoothies and Desserts Kiosk

Mango is the Philippine's national fruit for a reason: it tastes super delicious, is plentiful and is liked my many. We love anything mango, from shakes, to smoothies, desserts (mango floats and cakes for the win!) and even dishes that include the yummy fruit (sinigang sa manggang hilaw will make you forget your name). With the hot days of the Philippines and the sweet, … [Read more...]

Top 5 Rice Franchises in the Philippines

Philippines is the number one rice supplier in the world in the late 60s until the 70s until we are not anymore, which is terribly sad, since we are the ones who taught our neighbors in Asia about rice planting and now we are importing from them, because the calamities we experience every year destroys our rice yield. And as you know, we can't live without rice at our tables, … [Read more...]

Top 5 Clothing Franchises in the Philippines

The Filipino people are simple people, but they are also fashionista in so many little and sophisticated ways. There are many trend worldwide, especially of the Western region that the country is religiously following, and as the times change, so does the face of the Philippine fashion. From conservative outfit, the liberal ones have invaded the store today and if the fashion … [Read more...]

Top 4 Siopao Franchises in the Philippines

Remember how everyone goes crazy over the F4 from Meteor Garden? Don’t worry, all of us have been there, but even if more than a decade have passed now, echoes of Meteor Garden are still here to stay, and their legacy still continues, including making siopao a thing in the country. Sure, there are a lot of Chinese restaurants in the parts of Manila, but then the cravings for … [Read more...]

Top 5 Pearl Shakes Franchises in the Philippines

The Filipino people are living in a hot climate and being a tropical country is really difficult because most cannot even afford to have air-conditioning at home. Thus, the common Filipino would find a way to bring down the increased body temperature by consuming cold products, such as pearl shake, and then going into the malls as a shield from the humidity outside. Thus, … [Read more...]