Franchising with Filtrepreneur Jack’s Eatables shown at (Image No. 16) for the price of 26,888 franchising fee (in Philippine pesos) an additional income for the traditionalists… where in Image No. 17 is a closed-up view of the product items available to cook.
The cart is also placed outside the store premises.
The store needs a 2 or more personnel to operate the store, one is stationed in the inside of the Sari-Sari Store, and the other one is assigned outside the store premises to assist customers outside, and assigned to cook at Jack Eatable’s fried bites.
Food Cart Business is one of the leading traditional businesses preferred by many Filipinos (all walks of life) aside from a Sari-Sari Store.
That Coca Cola Refrigerator stationed at the back of Jack Eatables shown on Image No. 16, please take a closer look on those bottles that are displayed inside the Coca Cola Company refrigerator….
Not all of the beverages that are displayed inside the refrigerator are exclusive to Coca-Cola, still stored in different brands, with Pepsi Cola and Asia Brewery too…
Other neighboring Sari-Sari Stores out there, more worst, they are exclusive to Pepsi Cola Company with a yearly contract, but the inside compartment of their refrigerator contains other brands of beverages and liquors too.
Due to poverty, even though it is illegal to display other brands (very common to major street vendors), but at least, we are striving to earn than do nothing at all.
That is what a SARI SARI STORE means…. A variety of goods, ready available to sell, to all walks of life.
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I really loved to live here in the Philippines, if you forgot something to purchase, just step out the gate of your house, and there’s a Sari-Sari Store outside your gate selling different variety of items (if there are available) but if the item is not available (another sari-sari store are found near to it) waiting for you to purchase, and you don’t need to go to the heart of the city just to purchase something, a sari-sari store is always there, present in every streets, only in the Philippines.
Regarding the song in titled Last Christmas - oh... my favorite, especially the girls voice while singing that song said by one of the store attendant ;-)