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DNX MONEY | A unique opportunity: Earn through a bakery even without a baker

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Are you thinking of sinking your hard-earned retirement money in a business?

Amid all the investment scams, putting your money in a legitimate business that will ensure profits has become a challenge, a business decision that requires you to choose well and choose the right business.

And entrepreneurs Marce and Jessa Ochia is offering that opportunity.

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Through a unique franchising opportunity that allows you to own a bakery even without a baker.

That’s right.

Even without a baker.

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The husband and wife team, the brains behind the successful BreadBite Bakery has taken it as part of their mission (corporate social responsibility, so to speak), to allow others to earn and, in a way, help others, too.

BreadBite, which took Bacolod City by storm when it rolled out mobile bakeries here, became popular for its piping hot Spanish rolls that became a hit especially with students of schools along La Salle Avenue.

Marce, who himself designed most of the equipment used by their bakery, has decided to share his production system and hardware designs with those who want to earn through his business.

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“We have opened our franchising and for those who want to earn through this opportunity can do so by investing in our business,” Marce tells DNX.

The unique franchising evolved from a system developed by the couple that requires no baker to measure, choose, mix, and knead the ingredients.

All these will be done using BreadBite’s experienced bakers, their machines, and rising facilities.

This cuts capital expenditures that can run to millions of pesos for professional baking equipment as well as doing away with the need for a transport system.

All the franchisee has to do is buy a franchise that will last for three years and would allow the holder to:

  • use the business system;
  • get a ready-to-use bread cart/structure;
  • P36,000 worth of initial supplies;
  • complete sets of equipment and baking tools (oven, bread plates, bread storages for proofing, and freshly-baked bread);
  • two sets of sales crew uniform;
  • no royalty fee; and
  • no renewal fee.

The last is a seeming first in franchising in the city.

Even if a franchisee renews, he or she is not required to fork out extra cash.

Marce and Jessa also assure franchisee’s of a fast return on investment, the ROI investors are always.

“No kneading, no mixing, no worries about bread quality. Yes, no baker needed! You will instead focus on sales, baking on-site and serving wide variety of hot bread all day!” is how BreadBite bills its offer.

Breadbite’s franchise fee starts at P245,000. Know more about their offers below or contact them through mobile numbers 09388074097 and 09678502077, through email at [email protected], or thru their Facebook page.

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Julius D. Mariveles
Julius D. Mariveles
An amateur cook who has a mean version of humba, the author has recently tried to make mole negra, the Mexican sauce he learned by watching shows of master chef Rick Bayless. A journalist since 19, he has worked in the newsrooms of radio, local papers, and Manila-based news organizations. A stroke survivor, he now serves as executive editor of DNX.
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