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Sari-sari stores are small neighborhood retail outlets that dot the urban and rural landscape. Theyallow procurement of necessities within easy walking distance avoiding the need for transportation. Sari-sari stores account for 90% of the retail outlets in the Philippines. They have been around to make money for countless small proprietors. It is a business worth considering for a gradual entrepreneurship take off. Estimated Investment Cost

(based on 2009 prices)

I. Products a. Drygoods (quantity, cost/piece, cost):
y
 
Sardines (big), 30 @P28.00 ± P 840.00
y
 
Sardines (small), 30 @12.00 ± 360.00
y
 
Corned beef, 30 @26.00 ± 780.00
y
 
Tuna, 30 @28.00 ± 840.00
y
 
Pineapple juice, 30 @20.00 ± 600.00
y
 
Creamer /sachet), 60 @2.50 ± 150.00
y
 
Egg, 48 @5.00 ± 240.00
y
 
Catsup, 20 @25.00 ± 500.00
y
 
3 in 1 coffee, 120 @4.00 ± 480.00
y
 
Food mix enhancer, 48 @2.00 ± 96.00
y
 
Choco powdered drink (sachet), 72 @4.50 ± 324.00
y
 
Iced tea powdered juice, 48 @9.00 ± 432.00
y
 
Orange powdered juice, 24 @9.00 ± 216.00
y
 
Evaporated milk, 20 @22.00 ± 440.00
y
 
Sinigang mix, 46 @10.00 ± 480.00
y
 
Lechon sauce (in pack), 48 @9.50 ± 456.00
y
 
Cooking oil (small), 48 @11.50 ± 552.00
y
 
Cooking oil (big), 36 @24.50 ± 882.00
y
 
Sugar, 48 @9.00 ± 432.00
y
 
Fish sauce, 48 @11.00 - 528.00
y
 
Vinegar in plastic park, 48 @4.50 ± 216.00
y
 
Soy sauce in plastic pack, 48 @6.00 - 288.00
y
 
 Noodles in plastic cups, 30 @15.00 - 450.00
y
 
Candies, 300 @0 .50 - 150.00
y
 
 Noodles (pancit canton), 72 @7.50 - 540.00
y
 
 Noodles (soup), 72 @6.50 - 468.00
y
 
Tomato sauce, 20 @13.00 - 260.00
y
 
Meat loaf, 25 @55.00 - 1,375.00
y
 
Batteries (biq), 30 @25.00 ± 750.00
y
 
Batteries (small), 30 @ 11.00 - 330 00
y
 
Diaper Subtotal, 60 @6.00 ± 360.00
y
 
Subtotal ± 
P14,599.00
  b. Toiletries

A Project Feasibility Study for the Establishment of E&J Farms Presentation Transcript * 1. A Feasibility Study on the Establishment of a Semi-Commercial Hogs Farm in Alfonso, CaviteThe E & J Farms * 2. CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION

* 3. In the Philippines, pork is one of the basic foods which Filipinos eat. It is one of the best sources of protein needed by the body to be strong and healthy. That is why a need for a farm arises. Introduction * 4. Hog raising business has been a very popular and dependable business in the Philippines. In fact, Hog raising business had dominated the swine industry as a healthy and viable commercial sector.Even in our traditional Filipino Festival/Occasion, Filipinos always crave for cuisine with “PORK”. “Di kompleto ang Okasyon kung walang handang baboy”. * 5. This statement had marked our traditional way of celebrating special occasions in our lives, and it proved our undying taste for pork. The Philippine Department of Agriculture’s vision is to modernized smallholder agriculture and fisheries to a diversified rural economy which would be dynamic, technologically advanced and internationally competitive. * 6. As of July 2008, it was recoded at 35.6% of the labor force, roughly around 12 million people, are employed in the agriculture industry, which includes the hunting and forestry sectors. The situation being such, the agriculture sector aims for security, sustainability of the natural resource base, social equity and global competitiveness. * 7. The Philippines takes specific measures to achieve these goals through the protection and development of watersheds; proper management of agricultural land and water resources; establishment of biogas facilities; providing marginalized sectors preferential access to productive assets and providing essential measures and support services. * 8. Vision The E & J Farms envisions itself as a hog raising farm promoting and maintaining environmental friendly identity to its employees, customers and to to the community. E & J Farms...
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