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Revolutionizing Filipino Street Food: The Egg Station Food Franchise


Meet Jennifer Evangelista-Nuque, a visionary entrepreneur who hails from Tondo, Manila. Her story is one of resilience, innovation, and the revival of a beloved Filipino street food – Kwek-kwek. In this post, we explore Jennifer’s journey and the success of her food franchise, Egg Station. We delve into her vision, mission, and the impact she has made on Filipino street food culture.


A Humble Beginning and a Delicious Revival


Jennifer Evangelista-Nuque’s upbringing in Tondo Manila exposed her to the vibrant street food scene. Her family sold Kwek-kwek, a popular deep-fried street food made from quail eggs, on the busy streets of Tondo. In 2012, Jennifer and her father embarked on a journey to revitalize their Kwek-kwek business by developing a new and improved sauce formula. This decision marked the first step towards the birth of Egg Station.


Vision – Making Filipino Street Food Accessible and Profitable


The overarching vision of Egg Station is to make Filipino street food accessible and profitable for aspiring entrepreneurs. Jennifer recognized the potential of Filipino street food to captivate taste buds and create opportunities for budding entrepreneurs. Through Egg Station, she aimed to bring Filipino street food to a wider market, maintaining its authenticity while elevating its accessibility.


Empowering Entrepreneurs and Championing Filipino Flavors


The mission of Egg Station is twofold. Firstly, the franchise supports Filipino farmers by sourcing fresh ingredients locally, championing the farm-to-table movement. Secondly, it celebrates Filipino flavors by creating delicious and accessible egg-based snacks. This mission is accomplished through a range of affordable and profitable franchising opportunities, empowering a new generation of entrepreneurs in the food industry.



The Egg Station Food Franchise Experience


The Egg Station food franchise offers aspiring entrepreneurs a chance to be part of a growing and vibrant industry. With a focus on quality ingredients, innovative recipes, and efficient operations, this business provides comprehensive support to franchisees.


From initial setup assistance to ongoing training and marketing support, this business empowers franchisees to run successful and profitable businesses, contributing to the growth of Filipino street food in the marketplace.


Jennifer Evangelista-Nuque’s journey from Tondo Manila to founding the Egg Station food franchise showcases the power of entrepreneurial vision, determination, and a deep love for Filipino street food.


Through this business, she has not only revived and elevated Kwek-kwek but has also created a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs to embark on their own food business ventures.


With its vision of accessibility and profitability for Filipino street food and its mission of empowering entrepreneurs. The franchise is making a significant impact on the food franchise industry.


As we celebrate the success of Jennifer’s venture, we invite you to join the Egg Station family and be a part of the Filipino street food revolution.


 




AddressMataas na Sampalok Molino Rd. Pasong Buaya II
Imus Cavite
Phone09190814574
Mobile Phone0919 081 4580
EmailInquiries@francart.co
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Trademark
Egg Station
Owner & Operator
Jennifer Evangelista-Nuque
Franchise Fee (Exclusive of VAT) (Min)
₱250,000
Franchise Fee (Exclusive of VAT) (Max)
₱280,000
Royalty
No Royalty Fee
Continuation Fee
Renewal fee 25% of Existing Franchise Fee
Inclusions
- Use of trademark and logo
- Durable and attractive design food card
- 1 unit 4 cubic foot chest freezer
- 1 unit heavy duty stainless deep fryer
- 1 unit range hood
- 1 unit acrylic Gulaman Juicer
- food cart kitchen wares and plastic wares
- 7,000 worth of initial product inventory
- 1 set crew uniform
- Training
- Marketing support
- Pre-opening assistance
- Notarized franchise agreement

Application Process
Step 1 Attend the Exclusive Business Presentation
Step 2 Submit Letter of Intent, Franchise Application Form, Ocular & Feasibility Study
Step 3 Payment Contract Signing
Step 4 Franchise Orientation, Planning, Training (one week prior to opening)
Step 5 Grand Opening

Note
Total investment may vary depending on the type kiosk/cart.
Initial Term
3years Renewable

Standard Food Cart (L 1.8m x W .6m x H 2m)

Inclusion
- Use of trademark and logo
- Durable and attractive design food card
- 1 unit 4 cubic foot chest freezer
- 1 unit heavy duty stainless deep fryer
- 1 unit range hood
- 1 unit acrylic Gulaman Juicer
- food cart kitchen wares and plastic wares
- 7,000 worth of initial product inventory
- 1 set crew uniform
- Training
- Marketing support
- Pre-opening assistance
- Notarized franchise agreement


Franchise Fee ₱250,000

Mall Kiosk (L 2m x W 2m x H 1.1m)

Inclusion
- Use of trademark and logo
- Durable and attractive design food card
- 1 unit 4 cubic foot chest freezer
- 1 unit heavy duty stainless deep fryer
- 1 unit range hood
- 1 unit acrylic Gulaman Juicer
- food cart kitchen wares and plastic wares
- 7,000 worth of initial product inventory
- 1 set crew uniform
- Training
- Marketing support
- Pre-opening assistance
- Notarized franchise agreement


Franchise Fee ₱280,000

Booth Type Food Cart (L 2.5m x W 1.6m x H 2.7m)

Inclusion
- Use of trademark and logo
- Durable and attractive design food card
- 1 unit 4 cubic foot chest freezer
- 1 unit heavy duty stainless deep fryer
- 1 unit range hood
- 1 unit acrylic Gulaman Juicer
- food cart kitchen wares and plastic wares
- 7,000 worth of initial product inventory
- 1 set crew uniform
- Training
- Marketing support
- Pre-opening assistance
- Notarized franchise agreement


Franchise Fee ₱280,000

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