Food business is the most lucrative business there is. Why not? Food is always in the minds of people (Filipinos especially) and no one can survive without nourishment. Here are some food business ideas in the Philippines that you should take a look at:
Isaw at Barbecue
Pork entrails, chicken intestines, chicken liver and the usual meat barbecue. Char-roasted innards have always been a controversial topic among foodies abroad. But here in the Philippines, there is nothing wasted from the whole chicken or pork (well, expect from the hairs and feathers!) and the insides of these animals are the most especial. Making isaw and adidas (chicken feet) rise higher from street food is a nice food business idea.
Mature corn boiled to become very soft and then drained and smothered with salt and sugar and milk. Delicious. The old Pinoy merienda, typically peddled by men riding bicycles and sounded by makeshift bells. Many people in their thirties to fifties have fond memories of binatog. Adding flavors like cheese, barbecue or even odd ones like green tea make the binatog interesting to the younger generation.
Artisan Food Products
Food made the traditional way is one of the most sought after foodstuffs by the higher class right now. Old fashioned coffee, kesong puti, vinegar, cookies, chocolate drinks. People will buy these if they are made in the old Pinoy way. These are especially popular during the Christmas seasons, so why not start Christmas 2015?
Got a sweet tooth and a scene of style? Many people who have an event now welcome the addition of a candy buffet for the kids and the kids at heart. All you have to do is buy gorgeous looking candies (many are in Divisoria) and Present them in an appetizing and exciting arrangement during the event. Your creativity is your biggest asset here.
Food trucks were mainly ushered in by food cart franchises here in the Philippines. The popularity of food-on-the-go and the food bazaars combined makes for a really exciting treat both for consumers and businessmen. Food trucks events are found at Metro Manila Food Truck Association, you might want to check that out.
I am trying to study the possibility of creating my professional activity based on a “food truck” for me and my wife.
I am looking all the necessary information about it.
* Hygiene regulation
* Laws and regulations
* Permits and authorization detain
* Obligation on truck, equipment, digging dimension etc ….
I am also looking for a concept
could you kindly please tell me where I can find all this information.
Thanks in advance