How to Get Andoks Franchise in the Philippines

Jun 30, 2011 by at Franchise

How to Get Andoks Franchise in the Philippines

During the peak hours of audit season and overnight work sessions, when time is gold and it seems that going out in our client’s towering office at Makati City to take our dinner is a critical decision, we opt to just takeout litson manok (roasted chicken) and  bangus (milk fish) from Andok’s. Then, when we spent a nice vacation at the famed Boracay Island, we thanked the Lord that there is Andok’s where we can enjoy an affordable yet satisfying lunch amidst of the expensive restaurants in the island. Andok’s is also popular in my province of Leyte, where there are two dine-in stores located in RTR Tacloban City and the other one in Palo near the Leyte Academic Center.

Nationwide, Andok’s has already established its brand among the Filipinos. Andok’s stores are almost everywhere in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. And when there is no one to cook for you at home, Andoks can provide you a variety of dishes, which will surely fill your hunger. Now, if you love Andok’s, you may also consider owning a piece of their business success. The following are information you need to know on how to get Andok’s franchise in the Philippines.

What is Andok’s?
Andok’s is a Filipino take-out and dine-in store offering litson manok (roasted chicken) and dokito frito (fried chicken). It also offers a wide variety of choices which include litson liempo (roasted pork belly), bangus (milk fish), pork barbeque, porkcharap (fried pork chop), lechon kawali (deep fried pork belly), kawali royale, crispy pata (deep fried pork leg), pork sinigang, beef steak rice, chicken leg quarter, pork sisig, chopsuey, breakfast meals such as beef tapa egg rice, bangus fish egg rice, corned beef egg rice, tocino egg rice, and langganisa egg rice and desserts such as banana con yelo, mais con yelo and leche flan.

Andok’s now has approximately 150 SKUs (Stock-keeping unit) offered in the market, and is likely to grow in order to meet the demands of its valued customers. Andok’s main business thrust has always been to provide high quality products at affordable prices. From the first Andok’s outlet located at Baler Street corner West Avenue Quezon City way back 1985, the Company has now grown into more than 300 stores across the country. These stores are strategically located in key municipalities nationwide. Among Andok’s corporate vision is to provide every Filipino home the joy of family ties by giving them convenience in the availability of all-time favorite Filipino dishes.

What is Andok’s offering to its franchisee?
Andok’s offers two franchise formats: Take-out and Dine-in. Both offer the same great tasting and affordable food Filipino families have come to love through the years. They will provide you the tools and knowledge to help you build a profitable business for yourself and for your community. In twenty five years of successful operations they already earned the capability to pursue expansion. Andok’s takes pride in having a capable and strong retail organization that is structured for efficient and systematic franchise support. Their Metro Manila commissary has acquired “AA” standard for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliance, while their Iloilo commissary has been nominated for “AAA” standard for GMP. This enforces that Andok’s can meet the daily requirements of our franchisees and consumers.

What is included in Andok’s franchise package?
The Franchise Package includes the following:

  • The right to use their trademark, name and logo.
  • Start-up and pre-opening assistance.
  • Store design and construction assistance.
  • Franchise operations manual.
  • Business management, operations and customer service training.
  • An established brand image and nationwide advertising support.
  • Continuous product development and innovation.
  • Economical pricing for ingredients, equipment and supplies.

How much is the initial investment for an Andok’s franchise?
The franchise fee for an Andok’s dine-in store is PhP 500,000 while for a take-out store, the franchise fee is PhP 300,000. Other investment considerations will be construction, equipment, furnishings and initial working capital, which may vary depending on outlet size and location.

What is the term of the franchise agreement?
The initial term to franchise is five (5) years for dine-in stores and three (3) years for take-out stores, with succeeding two renewals of five (5) years each and three (3) years each, respectively for dine-in stores and take-out outlets.

What is the location requirement for a store?
A take-out store requires a floor area of approximately 40 to 50 square meters. For dine-in store, a floor area of about 200 to 250 square meters that can seat about 150 to 200 customers is required. Ideal locations are: visible and accessible from major thoroughfares; passenger terminals of public utility vehicles; community centers or malls; near markets; commercial/ business district; and areas with high foot andvehicle traffic.

What are the franchise requirements?
For those who are interested in franchising an Andok’s store, you can submit the following pre-qualification requirements:

  • Letter of Intent specifying the exact location, size and other details of the proposed site (indicate if owned or leased)
  • Location Map of your proposed site
  • Applicant’s Personal Resume with 2X2 colored Picture and contact numbers
  • Character References with contact numbers (not related to the applicant)
  • Bank Certification (with authorization / waiver for credit check)
  • Certificate of employment (if applicable)

Once complete, you can forward all of the above requirements to:

ANDOK’S FOOD CORPORATION
ACE Building
No. 25 Bulacan Street, Barangay Bungad
West Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines
Tel: +63 (2) 372-4033 loc 114
Fax: +63 (2) 376-7092
Email: franchise@andokscorp.com

For more details, latest updates and other information, such as training, getting of supplies and ingredients, and securing an operation manual, please visit their website and franchise web page at www.Andokscorp.com

Victorino Abrugar is the founder and chief writer of BusinessTips.Ph. Vic is a social media enthusiast who loves to share his knowledge and insights through blogging. He provides business coaching to aspiring small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them reach their business and life's goals. Follow him on Twitter at @viclogic or interact with him on Facebook.

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6 Comments

  1. lilibeth mewag

    i want to buy a andoks franchise,pls send more information

  2. john allen g. cervantes

    take-out andok’s franchise interested!

  3. dorie tingzon

    sir/mam, ask ko lang po how much is the total cash out for franchising andoks take out?

  4. Charles Eduard R. Flores

    Sir/Mam,
    We would like to set up Andoks dine in Naguilian, La Union..
    Hope to hear from you soon..
    Thank you..

  5. Leonardo S. Agustin Jr.

    How much is the total investment if i franchise a take-out store? ( more or less )

  6. Ryan Tating

    Dear Sir,

    im interested po sa take out franchise ng andoks possible po ba dito sa bangued, abra? if possible balak po kasi namin mag franchise pag uwi namin galing sa abroad this year din 2014. tanong din lang po about sa renewal, sabi sa internet 2 succeeding renewal eh after po nun di na po ba pwede mag renew? kindly enlightened me po sa topic na to. thanks in advance. Godspeed po.

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