Thinking of a lactose-free alternative to milk tea? Soy Yummy is offering soy milk drinks and taho-inspired refreshers—and they’re franchising!

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If you’re looking to invest and propagate familiar flavors, Soy Yummy is a good option. “Soy Yummy started its first store way back 2006 in SM North EDSA, the concept has always been to offer freshly made soy milk and taho that is clean, safe, nutritious and made from the best Non-GMO Canadian soybeans for our Filipino consumers,” says a company representative in an email interview with FemaleNetwork.com. “With the rise of many commercialized process soy milk in the market, Soy Yummy wants to focus our offer to naturally homemade products that can ensure the healthy benefits and eliminate the chemicals being used in a typical industrial soy processing plant.”

How to franchise a Soy Yummy store

1. Fill up a franchise form. You can download it here.

2. Submit the form complete with one (1) valid government ID and a Letter of Intent to Franchise to franchising@soyyummy.com.ph.

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Pretty simple, right? After submitting your requirements, allow for two weeks for processing. A potential franchisee will then be invited to an orientation meeting within five working days. Do note once approved, Soy Yummy offers a three-year contract.

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How to look for the perfect Soy Yummy location

As with other businesses, location is important when it comes to reaching your customers. Higher foot traffic means you’re more visible, which translates to better sales.

If you’re not sure about the location you’re eyeing, the Soy Yummy team can help you gauge its feasibility for business. According to Soy Yummy, a site with a 10 to 20 sqm of space in a commercial complex is preferred; however, this also depends on what you can manage, and the company is more than happy to assist you with setting up.

Soy Yummy franchise packages

Here are the current rates and inclusions of Soy Yummy’s packages according to their website. Please not that these can change without prior notice:

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School Cart

For in-campus locations

Fee: P199,000

Inclusive of:

  • Cart fabrication
  • Personnel training
  • Hot taho set-up
  • Soy milk bottles set up

Kiosk (6 sqm)

Serves products to go; best for malls, shopping and commercial centers

Fee: P390,000

Inclusive of:

  • Kiosk fabrication
  • Personnel training
  • Complete taho set-up
  • Soy milk bottles set-up
  • Soy Refreshers set-up

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Customized (space depending on location)

Serves products for dine-in and to-go customers; best for malls, shopping and commercial centers

Fee: P389,000+ (rate depends on store space)

Inclusive of:

  • Store fabrication
  • Personnel training
  • Complete taho set-up
  • Soy milk bottles set-up
  • Soy Refreshers set-up

Soy Yummy does not charge for royalties. Return of investment (ROI) can be expected as early as six to 12 months, but the average is 18 to 24.

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What happens after you’ve opened your Soy Yummy store?

Soy Yummy provides marketing support to its franchises. This includes social media support, samplings, and promotional designs. This is aside from continues trainings on operation guidelines and product preparation, as well as consultations with chief executives. The company also provides delivery services for franchises within NCR, and are open to discuss delivery options outside Metro Manila.

For more details on Soy Yummy and its products, visit them on Facebook and Instagram.

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