Fruits are generally high in fiber, water, vitamin C, sugars and also contain various phytochemicals that are good for the health. Starting a fresh fruit shake business is a good business venture to start especially more and more people are becoming health conscious.
1pc. Fruit Slicer 6″ (stainless steel)
1pc. Can Opener
1set Measuring Spoon (plastic)
1pc. Measuring Cup (plastic)
1pc. Chopping Board (anti-bacterial)
3pcs. Plastic Bowl 26″
2 units Blender (unbreakable, 350 watts)
1 unit Kitchen scale (0-1 kg)
1 unit Styrofoam cooler/ice chest (12x18x14)
1 unit Refrigerator (3 cu. ft. personal size)
Plastic Cup (12 oz.)
1/3 cup or 40 gms. Ripe Mangoes
1/8 cup Evaporated Milk
1 tbsp. Granulated Sugar
3/4 Ice Cubes
1/3 cup or 40 gms. Melon
1/3 cup or 40 gms. Avocados
1/3 cup or 40 gms. Strawberries
1. Choose fresh ripe fruits.
2. Peel and remove seeds (when needed) slice fruits into smaller pieces. Remove seeds.
3. Weigh or measure 40 gms. or 1/3 cup fruit and put in blender. Add milk and sugar.
4. Fasten lid of blender and press start button. Use high speed for about 20-30 seconds.
5. Stop the blender and check to see if the ingredients are well blended. Sometimes fruits will jam under the blade. If there is jammed fruit, use a spatula to unjam then blend again.
6. Once the mixture is evenly blended, slowly add ¾ cup ice cubes. Blend again in high speed for about 15 seconds or until blender sounds smooth.
7. Pour in 12 oz. plastic cup and serve with straw.
Note: May mix 2 kinds of fruits together, adjust measurement of each fruit to ¼ cup.
Business Registration Requirements
Business Name Registration
Visit Department of Trade & Industry (DTI)
Provincial Office where the business is located or log on to www.bnrs.dti.gov.ph
Resident Certificate & Sanitary Permit from the local municipality where the business is located
Tax Identification Number (TIN)
Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) National
Office, Agham Road, Diliman, Quezon City
Trunkline: (632) 981.7000 / 981.8888
DTI-Cottage Industry Technology Center (CITC)
20 Russet St., SSS Village, Makati City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 942.0880 / 942.3974
Technology Resource Center (TRC)
2/F Jacinta II Bldg., EDSA Guadalupe, Makati City (beside Metro Manila Development Authority-MMDA)
Tel. Nos.: (632) 727.6205
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority for Women Center (TESDA-WC)
37 East Services Rd. South Superhighway, Taguig City
Telefax. Nos.: (632) 818.8062
Trunkline: (632) 814.4076 loc. 278
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