Among the fresh processed meats, longganisa is the most regularly purchased pork product, which is known to be a Filipino version of hotdog. Any part of a pork carcass like ham (pigue), shoulder (kasim), loin (lomo), and others, except the belly (liempo), can be made into longganisa.

I. ESTIMATED INVESTMENT COST
native longganisa
native longganisa

II. PROCEDURE

To make longganisa, the curing method is applied. This involves the application of salt, sugar, nitrate, and other chemical preservatives that kill microorganisms or delay microbial action.

1. Select good quality meat.
2. Grind meat and fat coarsely.
3. Measure or weigh all the ingredients.
4. Add meat to the curing mix and mix thoroughly in a bowl, then add extenders and mix again.
5. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix until well blended.
6. Cure at room temperature for 8 to 10 hours or in refrigerator for one day.
7. Stuff cleaned, fresh, natural, or collagen casing, using a funnel.
8. Prick stuffed casing with needle to remove air.
9. Link in desired length, usually 4 inches long.
10. Place longganisa in polyetheylene plastic bag in ¼ or ½ kg. packages. Remove the trapped air inside the bag and seal immediately.
11. Store in freezer.
12. Double the amount of ingredients for the 2 kg. of longganisa.

III. ESTIMATED COSTING AND PRICING

A. Product Costing

Direct Cost
native longganisa
native longganisa
– The higher the volume of production per day (more than 85kgs.), the lower the production cost, thus increasing the mark-up to more than 10%.
– If price per kilogram is lower compared with the existing market price, increase mark-up to more than 10%.

IV. REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

1. Business Name Registration
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) within NCR

a) 12/F Trafalgar Plaza, 105 H.V. Dela Costa St. Salcedo Village, Makati City
Tel. No.: 811.8232 loc. 208

b) 2/F Park N’ Ride, Lawton, P. Burgos Ave., Dr. Basa St. Ermita, Manila
Tel. No.: 536.7153

c) G/F Highway 54 Plaza, EDSA (across SM Megamall) Mandaluyong City
Tel. No.: 706.1767

d) 5/F Araneta Square Mall Monumento Circle, Kaloocan City
Tel. Nos.: 332.0854/ 332.0829
DTI Provincial Office where the business is located.

2. Mayor’s Permit/ Residence Certificate and Sanitary Permit
Municipality or City where the business is located.

3. Tax Identification Number (TIN)
Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)
BIR National Office Bldg. Agham Road, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. No.: (632) 981.7000
BIR Regional or District Office where the business is located.

4. BFAD Certificate
Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) within NCR
Civic Drive, Filinvest Corporate, City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 807.0721, 842.5606
BFAD Regional Office where the business is located.

V. FUNDING SOURCES

1. GSIS Family Bank (GFB) Micro Finance Lending Program
GSIS Family Bank
165 Real St., Pamplona, Las Pinas City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 873.0915/ 873.0379/ 873.0469 loc. 122
(Direct lending for individual borrower)

2. Livelihood Development Program for Overseas Filipino Workers (LDPO)
National Livelihood Development Corporation (NLDC)
4/F Hanston Building, F. Ortigas Jr. Road Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 914.7290 to 97 or 631.2955/57

3. Microfinance 1 (MF1) Program/ Opportunity Ka-Partner
Microfinance 2(OK-MF 2) Program
Opportunity Microfinance Bank
OMB Building, Robinsons Homes East Commercial Arcade-1, Robinsons Homes East
Circumferential Road, Barangay San Jose, Antipolo City
Tel. No.: 630.0141 local 136/ 224
(Direct Lending for individual borrower)

4. Microfinance Program
People’s Credit and Finance Corporation
2F, Accelerando Bldg., 395 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
Tel. No.: (632) 752.3745 local 130
(Retail Lending is through partner microfinance institutions)

5. Balikatan Sa Kaunlaran / Quendancor Program for Micro Enterprises (QP-ME)
Philippine Microenterprise Development Foundation (PMDF)
G/F Melendres Bldg., F. Manalo St., Pasig City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 641.2207/ 642.3895
(Direct Lending for group borrower)

6. SME-Financing For Receivables of Suppliers’ Transactions (SME-FIRST)
Small Business Corporation
17/F & 18/F, Antel Corporation Centre
139 Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City
Tel. No.: (632) 751.1888
(Direct lending for individual borrower with an asset size of P500,000-1M.)

Source: BUREAU OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM
ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (BMSMED)
5/F, Trade and Industry Building
361 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave. Makati City
Tel. Nos.: (02) 897.1693 / 897.7596 / 890.4968
Fax No.: (02) 896.7916  Email: bmsmed@dti.gov.ph
www.dti.gov.ph