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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.

Materials:

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″
1pc. Spatula

Equipments:

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)

Packaging:

Plastic Cup (12 oz.)
Straw

Ingredients:

1/3 cup or 40 gms. Ripe Mangoes
1/8 cup Evaporated Milk
1 tbsp. Granulated Sugar
3/4 Ice Cubes

Other Flavors/Varieties

1/3 cup or 40 gms. Melon
1/3 cup or 40 gms. Avocados
1/3 cup or 40 gms. Strawberries

Procedure:

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

Mayor’s Permit
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
Email: contact_us@cctr.bir.gov.ph
Website: www.bir.gov.ph

Training Institution

DTI-Cottage Industry Technology Center (CITC)
20 Russet St., SSS Village, Makati City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 942.0880 / 942.3974
Email: citc_dti@yahoo.com

Technology Resource Center (TRC)
2/F Jacinta II Bldg., EDSA Guadalupe, Makati City (beside Metro Manila Development Authority-MMDA)
Tel. Nos.: (632) 727.6205
Website: www.tlrc.gov.ph

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
Email: tesdawomen@yahoo.com
Website: http://twc.tesda.gov.ph

Source: www.dti.gov.ph, wikipedia.org

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