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Antz the Bread Factory: Introducing new ways to make and sell bread

This bread company aims to satisfy customers’ bread cravings by offering them freshly baked goods through any of their outlets. It is up for franchising.
By Renz Lyndon Paguio |
Antz the Bread Factory: Introducing new ways to make and sell bread

Sun Business, the enterprise unit of mobile network Sun Cellular, and Entrepreneur.com.ph picked 10 from some of the most promising franchising opportunities in the country. Here is one of those ‘Sun Business Ambassadors.’

 

Many of us think that bread is best consumed only during breakfast. While your first meal of the day may be dominated by the all-time favorite, pandesal, other types of bread like ensaimada, pan de coco, or monay can best fill your stomach in time for the afternoon snack.

Having sweet tooth, Filipinos also usually crave for hopia, cakes, or pastries anytime of the day.  That is why baked products will always hold the snack championship in the hearts of local consumers. And it spells good business. If you are looking for a bread store for franchise, consider Antz the Bread Factory.
   
Bread on wheels


The company opened its first outlet in SM City Sta. Rosa, Laguna in 2008. The first store started small, occupying only 80 square meters of space located at the ground level of the mall. Since then, the business has expanded to establish stores in several other places across the country.

Antz the Bread Factory is known for being the first and only ‘bakeshop on wheels,’ not just in the local bakeshop industry but also in the whole of Asia. The roving bread store comprises of a van that is shaped like a loaf of bread. Logically, such stores on wheels easily catch attention.  Of course, convenience is brought to consumers, who don’t need go to specific sites in their community just to buy bread.

With its easy deployment and flexibility, the first mobile bakeshop revolutionized the local baking industry. It has made many consumers lining up in various communities just to get a taste of their unmatched baked goods.

Getting a franchise

As one of the fastest growing businesses in the industry, Antz the Bread Factory has shown its potential through a rising number of satisfied franchisees. Return of investment (ROI) can possibly be obtained within two years, at most. Interested businessmen can opt to have the store on wheels or an ordinary Antz the Bread Factory bakeshop.

To apply for a franchise, submit a letter of intent and accomplish the application form provided by the company. Documentary requirements include photocopies of two government-issued identification cards (SSS, passport, or driver’s license) and two copies of 2x2 ID pictures.

Upon approval of the application, you would be required to pay reservation and down payment for the franchise package. Within a few days, you would be asked to sign the Franchise Agreement. After settling the entire package cost, the company would deliver the equipment, materials, and collaterals you would need to operate your own Antz the Bread Factory outlet.

Franchisees would get a total support system designed to help them operate their outlets smoothly and profitably. They can always seek assistance from the company whenever they encounter operational issues that they can’t resolve on their own.

Are you up for the advantages of owning a franchise of Antz the Bread Factory? To make an inquiry, go to its online directory listing by following this link

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