Hot weather isn’t it? The Philippines will forever be known as a country with a hot climate. That is why cold beverages and food are popular choices to beat the heat. Filipinos love halo-halo and sago’t gulaman, but you have to admit that dirty ice cream is the best thing to exist!
Ice cream is very profitable thanks to the weather, especially for kids. These cold snacks are able to create a demand that craves and keeps coming back for it. Don’t you want to own your franchise of one the most popular ice cream franchises? Keep reading and you’ll learn how you can!
Dan Eric’s Ice Cream Franchise (DEGIC)
DEGIC is owned by, as the name implies, Dan Eric. More popularly known in Southern Luzon for its exceptional taste and creamy texture, DEGIC differentiates itself from competitors because of its low cost.
Being around since 1991 proves that a local brand can sustain and make a name for itself while competing in a highly saturated market.
Slowly, inch by inch, DEGIC started franchising around Metro Manila to further their expansion. Which is why this is perfect for people looking to invest in the ice cream industry!
The franchise fee is around Php 9,000 – Php 19,000 depending on the freezer’s size.
If you want to know more about the package, visit their website (provided below).
Office Address: Dan Eric’s Grand Ice Cream 808 Armela Compound, West Service Road, South Superhighway, Paranaque City 1700
Facebook page: @DanEricsGrandIceCream.ph
Telephone numbers: +632 776 19 03 / +632 823 05 12
Jipangyi Seoul Cane Korean Ice Cream
Filipino owner established Jipangyi because he came across Jipangyi Ice Cream in South Korea. Due to its popularity as street food and preparation of ice cream in a form of a J-shape, Jay’s company Happy Recipe Food Enterprise reverse-engineered the popular dessert and created their own.
Since 2015, Jipangyi has been expanding with over 60 stores in Metro Manila, and on their way to the provinces.
Franchise package: Php 600,000
Term: 3 years with continuation fee
Type: Either kiosk or cart
- Use of trademark, name, and logo
- Location evaluation and assessment assistance
- Manager and staff training
- System operations manual
- Cart or kiosk
- Ice cream machine
- Equipment accessories
- Inventory supply
- Grand opening assistance
- Marketing support
- Research & Development
- Continuous assistance
Happy Recipe Food Enterprise
72 Matias St., Brgy. Paltok, San Francisco Del Monte, Q.C.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/JipanyiSeoulCaneIceCreamManila/
Telephone number: 02 351 3207
Mobile number: 0917 500 9899 | 0915 300 7440
Miguelitos Ice Cream Franchise
A family business established in 2002, their persistence has earned them in the spot because of their openness to franchising to expand their growth! If you are keen on helping out such local brand, your support will truly help in making Miguelitos one of the biggest ice cream franchises in the Philippines!
Franchise fee: Php 300,000
- Food Cart
- Signage and Equipment
- Manpower Recruitment
- Store Grand Opening Assistance with Mascot Appearance (Complete with Flyers and Pastoral dedication)
- Site Assistance (preferably malls)
- 2 Days-worth of initial stock
- Staff Uniform
- Training Program
Renewal term: 3 years (fee of Php 60,000)
Interested? Inquire now !
Office Address: 8888 Marian Rd. 2 SMDP Parañaque City, Philippines
Website address: www.miguelitoscorp.com
Email address: email@example.com
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/micafe.home
Telephone number: 02 822 5028
Fax number: 02 822 5028
Arguably the longest running ice cream chain in the world. Founded in 1940, the first batch of ice cream from McCullough was a hit with the guarantee of being a fresh serve whether its right side up or up side down – or it’s free!
Franchise fee: Php 2,000,000
Interested? Give them a call!
Office Address: 3/F Pioneer Business Park, Fairlane St., Bo. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
Telephone number: 631 8782
Frozo Soft Ice Cream
Frozo Soft Ice Cream is owned by LBT Food Cart Link Services (LFS). Frozo Soft Ice Cream is best suited for beginner entrepreneurs who want to get their hands in the ice cream business. One of the unique features of their carts is being adorned with attractive designs to stand out to customers wanting to get ice cream and come back for more!
Franchise fee: Php 139,000
- Non-collapsible semi high-end cart
- Soft ice cream machine
- Storage box
- Ice cream bell
- Crew uniform
- Utensils and other equipment
- Different flavors of Frozo soft ice cream
- Various dips and toppings
- Optional e-loading business
- Video Training Operations Manual
- Costing and Pricing: SRP: P7-15/serving
- Initial Inventory of products
Are you a beginning entrepreneur? Inquire now!
Food cart Link Services 2/F RFC Shoppers Plaza, Alabang – Zapote Rd. Pamplona, Las Pinas City
Website address: www.foodcartlink.com
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
02 340 0156
0922 862 6154, 0917 848 3522, 0921 951 3522