I love holy kettle corn because it is sweet, salty and the packaging is aesthetically pleasing. The packaging is sealed tight so it is freshness is also sealed for a day or more.
The entrepreneurs behind kettle corn are Derrick Chiongbin and Aris Alipon and their first outlet was at Alabang Town center which opened on July 16, 2004. Since then outlets having been popping out like pop corns.
They are currently open for franchising and here are some details:
Franchise package is 350,000 pesos which includes the following:
Booth design and construction
Cooking and preparation equipment
Office and cashiering supplies
Signages and other fixtures
Initial inventory of raw materials (100 batches)
Other expenditures may cost 300, 000 pesos and may include the following:
License, permits, and registration fees
Allowances and salaries
Initial operating capital
Royalty based on gross sales:
Management fees 5%
Marketing support fund 2%
Local branch marketing fund 1%
Franchises are NOT AVAILABLE in metro manila, Cebu, and areas where a franchise has been granted or an applicant has been approved.
For further details visit their site:holykettlecorn.ph