Tagged: pinoy

13
Oct
2019

Vege-Sweets Processing (Food Business)

Vegetables are not all for making viands. These herbaceous plants which are chiefly served before the dessert can now be a delightful treat for those with a sweet tooth. Eggplant, sayote, tomatoes, “kalabasa” and other edible vegetables can be made into jelly, jam, candy and nata. With abundant vegetables in...

13
Oct
2019

Kropeck From Shrimp Heads

Kropeck is a popular snack in the Philippines. It is made up of flour and powdered seafood like fish, shell fish, prawns, shrimps and many others. Processing and selling homemade kropecks to your neighbors and friends can be a good source of income for the family.

11
Oct
2019

SSS Special Financing Program

What is the SSS Special Financing Program? The SSS Special Financing Program is a lending program of the Social Security System (SSS) designed to address the unavailability of credit facility to the business sector at this time when the Philippine economy is still recovering from economic crisis. This program stimulates...

09
Oct
2019

Coconut Water: An Economical Health Drink

Taken daily, coconut water is an economical thirst quencher, hunger satisfier, and medical cure for renal disorders. This was revealed in an article entitled ” Stay healthy: Drink coconut water daily”. The article was written by Perfecto D. Milla Jr. and Norberto M. Boceta of the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA)....

08
Oct
2019

How to Make Coco Candy

Coconut meat or buko meat can be processed into many food products and one of them is the coco or buko candy. Processing a coco meat into candies mean a lucrative, income-generating business for individuals especially work at home moms, out-of-school youth, and students.

01
Oct
2019

7 Thoughts on MONEY

7 Thoughts on MONEY By Bjorn Brands Money is any good or token that functions as a medium of exchange that is socially and legally accepted in payment for goods and services and in settlement of debts. Money also serves as a standard of value for measuring the relative worth...

28
Sep
2019

How to Become a Natasha Dealer

Natasha is a Filipino-owned direct selling company carrying quality made shoes, apparel, accessories and personal care products. Since Natasha started in 1993, it has steadily grown to become one of the leading direct selling companies in the country.

26
Sep
2019

3 Restaurant Promotion Ideas That Really Work

3 Restaurant Promotion Ideas That Really Work By Russ Reynolds A quick search online shows no shortage of restaurant promotion ideas. But do they work? It is a shame to spend your hard earned money and time on a promotion strategy that is doomed from the outset. The following 3...

24
Sep
2019

How to Make Smoked Ham

Smoked ham is a popular serving of meat, cut from the pork leg. It is cured with salt and spices, then subjected to slow and steady heat for varying periods. The smoking is carried out in a special chamber called a kiln. History Foodstuffs were originally smoked as a means...

23
Sep
2019

Smoke-Dried Sea Cucumber (Tinapang Balatan)

Sea cucumbers (balatan or trepang) are marine invertebrates that can be processed as smoke-dried or boil-dried. They are usually prepared as delicacies, condiments for soups, noodles and other dishes, and as salad, eaten fresh or fermented. In dried form, the product contains 43% protein, 2% fat, 21% minerals, 17% moisture,...

17
Sep
2019

Rambutan Production Guide

Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) is a medium-sized tropical tree growing to a height of 12–20 m. The leaves are alternate, 10–30 cm long, pinnate, with 3-11 leaflets, each leaflet 5–15 cm wide and 3-10 cm broad, with an entire margin. The flowers are small, 2.5–5 mm, apetalous, discoidal, and borne in...