• Yep Yep Show
    finest cheeseburger stacks, Wendy's collection of burgers, and let's not forget the Filipino's own Jollibee philippine that not only provides American style fast food menus, but also some popular Filipino favorites such as Palabok. McDonald's Corporation is the world's largest chain of fast food...
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  • Methodology
    Restaurant. There are numerous chain of fast food in the Philippines. The Jollibee Food Corporation which sells Hamburger, Fries, Spaghetti, Chicken, and Jolly Hotdog with local taste. The biggest competitors are McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King, and Pizza Hut. Jollibee Food Corporation is...
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  • Case
    airs Sundays, 9:30 a.m. or 8:00 on Network. On July 17, 2011,Jollitown moved to ABS-CBN for its 4th season every Sunday at 9 am (every Sunday). The season's concept is based on time traveling. IV Review of related Literature Jollibee is the largest fast food chain in the Philippines, operating a...
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  • The Time
    Machine Holdings Corporation, more commonly known as Burger Machine, is one of the notable fastfood companies in the Philippines. It is a sub-company of the Gilmore Food Corporation. Unlike Jollibee and other burger chains, Burger Machine has always been retailing in outdoor stands instead of shops...
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  • PLDT Strategies
    Philippines. Filipinos love to eat and that’s the reason why you will see a lot of restaurants and fast food restaurants scattered in different cities. These restaurants and fast foods can be local or international food chains. Filipino food and chefs are considered one of the best in the world. It is hardly...
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  • Customer Satifaction
    Corporation rose from humble beginnings to be the leading fast food chains in the Philippines. In 1975 it used to be an ice-cream parlor serving hot meals and sandwiches. With the coming of foreign franchise, Jollibee experimented with hamburgers until it came up with a recipe geared for a definitely...
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  • Fundamental Research
    paper explores the incidence... Premium8988 Words36 PagesCategory: History * Local And Foreign Literature In Sales And Purchase Order Japanese occupation during WWII. On 4 July 1946, after more than 300 years under foreign rule, the Philippines became an independent democratic republic. The...
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  • Research
    . Naturally, fast food restaurant, as their name implies, serve food much faster. (http://www.studymode.com/essays/Local-Related-Literature-1444160.html, February 2013) Foreign Related Studies Chantaro et al. (2008) studied the feasibility of using carrot peels, by products from food industry, as a...
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  • Case Study
    -Filipino Mr. Tony Tan Caktiong (TTC) as the ice-cream parlor at Cubao City in 1975. Gradually, it grew up to a reasonably large fast food chain in Philippines. Further, JFC started scouting avenues for expansion internationally. Thus it opened its franchises in countries like U.S.A., Brunei, Hong Kong...
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  • The Manginasal
    , the first barbeque fast food chain anchored by its flagship chicken Inasal product. Mang Inasal Philippines Incorporated which has grown its branches to 306 stores nationwide, is in positive net cash position, racking up total revenue of 2.6 billion and system-wide sales of P 3.8 billion. It is...
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  • Level of Customer’s Satisfaction Regarding Food and Service Quality Rendered in a Food Court
    to perform. Local Literature The Foodservices Industry in the Philippines The concept of restaurants in the Philippines is mostly inspired by international counterparts and adapted to the locale. Fast food restaurants are mostly operated in chains. They are either locally establishment or...
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  • term paper
    Asia Magazine's "Philippines 40 Richest" list this year, reports Forbes.com.  Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC), the country’s largest fast food chain, has taken over control of Mang Inasal, a highly successful Visayas-based restaurant chain specializing in grilled chicken, in a deal worth P3 billion...
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  • THE MOST PREFFERED MEAL OFFERED TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
    . Theoretical Framework D. Conceptual Framework E. Research Paradigm F. Statement of the Problem G. Significance of the Study H. Scope and Delimitation of the Study I. Definition of Terms CHAPTER 2: Review of Related Literature A. Foreign Literature B. Local Literature C. Foreign Studies D...
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  • Thesis
    squandering even just a small portion of your total food dollar can represent a lot of money. B. Local Literature Delos Reyes (2002), in his article in “Philippine Journal of Culinary Arts”, states that the Philippine cuisine has evolved...
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  • Itb305
    1,700 stores locally and internationally. JFC has developed its international business over three distinct strategies. Its corporate strategy is one of related diversification into the fast food, restaurant and bakery sectors of the food industry. Its international business strategy focuses on...
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  • Thesis in Fast Food Industry
    chains- these are establishments which are placed on the top or have the highest ranks in the food service industry. 4P’s- 4C’s- Chapter II REVIEW OF THE RELATED STUDIES AND LITERATURE This chapter presented the different literature and studies that have direct bearing on the topic undertaken...
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  • Review of Related Literature and Studies
    CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES LOCAL LITERATURE Josefina Estolas in the book Fundamentals of Research (1995). In exploration, we find new techniques, new knowledge, even develop new substances, gadgets, equipment, processes or procedures, imagination and skill is employed...
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  • Food Cart Local Study
    as mobile vendors and incorporates all other local/region specific terms used to describe them, such as, hawker, pheriwalla, rehri-patri walla, footpath dukandars, sidewalk traders, etc.  Modern food cart and traditional street vendors in the Philippines was known as small capital, easy set up and...
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  • Problems Encountered in Food Cart Business
    benefits that many Americans who have become entrepreneurs and business man in their own right thou franchising have experienced and to introduce new Americans franchises to the local market. Food cart franchising business in the Philippines is one of the most popular businesses today. 7. A lot of...
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  • Thesis
    attitude toward self inspection is actually excellent but they really need some type of implementation. Local Literatures Boromeo (2003) promote that to adequate nutrition, food safety in the Philippines has received increasing attention due to a number of factors. First, a respectable...
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