“Churros” are simple fritters that might be described as looking like a big “French fry”. They are the Spanish equivalent of doughnuts, which is a fried-dough pas-try—predominantly choux—based snack sold at cafes and at carts. Instead of a regular ring shape doughnut, churros are long, straight or slightly curled lengths that have ridges. Eaten while warm, sprinkled with sugar or drizzled with honey or chocolate.
Developed in Spain, the churro is a tasty snack that has made its way around the world. While some cultures have made a few minor modifications to churro, the delicious thin, fried dough creation has really changed very little over the years. Today, a in the past, churros are often dipped into cups of hot chocolate and enjoyed at breakfast.
Hence, in 2013, Ms. Aileen Chiu established Frenchy, Chorrus in Cebu at Gaisano Country Mall. different kind of Churros from what Filipinos used to eating. Instead of dipping the churros, it is drizzled with varieties of syrup flavors and powders such as Chocolate, Cinnamon, Sour Cream, Barbeque, Cheese, Mango, and Ube.
With the positive outcome Of her two (2) outlets in Cebu, Ms. Chiu wants to share her success to others through franchising.
Franchise Fee: P340,000
- Use of Trade Name and Proprietary Marks
- Location Approval
- Procurement Program
- Opening Assistance
- Operations Manual on Loan
- Research and Development
Total Capital Requirement: P450,000
Initial Term: 4 years
Continuation Fee: None
Required Space: 4 sqm minimum
RK Franchise Consultancy
G/F Minnesota Mansion,
267 Ermin Garcia, Cubao, Quezon City
Phones: (02) 912-2946, (02) 955-0734
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