Push Cart Selling Business with Gardenia Bakeries – Push cart selling business is livelihood program now rolled out by Gardenia Philippines Bakeries, the leading bread maker of the country today. This will not only help laid-off overseas Filipino workers to continue being productive to cope with the global financial crisis but also help individuals 18 years old and above to earn money. Initially, this is only available in Metro Manila but in the near future, it will be rolled out to the provinces as well.
How the push cart selling business works?
The money making venture will not only provide employment and income opportunities but also benefit consumers as the breads would be made more accessible at their doorstep since the push cart vendors will go from house to house and street to street.
The house-to-house bread crews are expected to earn P300 to P400 per half day from selling loaves and pan de sal, the fastest moving items of Gardenia. The company will replace any unsold breads every day.
Interested groups of individuals must assign a territorial distributor (TD) for cart selling in a given locality. The TD will buy the bread and deploy the house to house bread peddlers who will each be assigned a given area to sell the bread daily. The crew will be provided with push carts and uniforms (cap and T-shirts) and they are expected to sell the bread in half a day. The crew must remit the sales minus the margin or commission to the TD.
Requirements to apply for push cart selling business:
The TD must have an initial capital requirement (that is negotiable with Gardenia) to pay for the bread and ample space (free from pest and foul odors) that is dedicated for the breads and other dedicated sanitary space for parking the push carts. The TD must also have a clean delivery van or truck dedicated to breads.
Documentary requirements to be submitted:
• Financial status
• Proof of financial capability
• Income Tax Return
• Bank accounts
• Business permit
• Mayor’s permit
• Police and NBI clearance
• Letter of intent
• Map of proposed territory
• Photograph of storage facility and delivery area
In the near future, push cart selling business will also be roll out for individuals, who must show proof of capability to immediately pay the breads delivered to him/her. The individual must also submit NBI and police clearance, Mayor’s permit, barangay clearance, business permits and other pertinent documents. Gardenia quality control inspectors will also inspect his/her place to check if the spaces for the bread and the carts are clear of pest and odors.
We usually buy loaf bread two to three times a week at SM Groceries and pan de sal five times a week at a local bakery. With the push cart selling, Gardenia fresh breads will be available at our doorsteps, any day from now.
For more information, please contact:
Mr. Nestor E. Constancia
Gardenia Marketing and Sales Manager
Trunklines:(632) 889-8890, (049) 539-1136 to 40
Fax : (632) 809-6728, (049) 539-1148