Starting a Business in Balut Making

Balut is a fertilized duck (or chicken) egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten while inside the shell. They are common everyday food in some countries in Southeast Asia, such as in the Philippines, Cambodia, and Vietnam. It is popularly believed to be an aphrodisiac and is considered a high-protein, hearty

Starting a Business in Vermicomposting

Vermicomposting is defined as the production of compost with the use of worms It is a fast way to convert organic farm waste into organic fertilizer. It degrades waste as vermi or earthworm (African night crawler) feed on and digest waste materials. Vermicomposting results in a better quality product that is produced in only 4-6

Starting a Banana Wine Business

Banana wine is liquor made from banana fruit. It can be made dry or sweet depending upon the recipe and can be blended with other wines to add body and flavor. I. Estimated Cost A. Cost of Materials and Equipment: Stove with tank – P3,500 Double boiler – P900 Colander, 2 pcs. @ P180.00 –

Starting a “Botika ng Bayan” Business

What is Botika ng Bayan Program? Launched In 2004, the PITOPharma. Inc. (PPI). in coordination with the Department of Health and the Bureau of Food and Drugs, is currently implementing the Botika ng Bayan Program. Through the program, qualified privately-operated drug retail outlets nationwide comprise the sales and distribution network for low priced, high quality

Starting a Cellphone Repair Shop Business

Cell phones have become a necessity throughout the country. Opportunities now exist for entrepreneurs to start their own cellular phone repair shop. To start this type of business, it is a must to have a background knowledge on electronics repair, hire a qualified technician to start your business, or enroll yourself in a cellular phone

Soiless Planting: Hydroponics 101

Hydroponics is the science of growing plants without soil– although the plants may or may not be suspended in a solid medium such as gravel, or expanded clay balls. Soil retains minerals and nutrients, which “feed” flora, as we all know. Plant roots can’t absorb dirt, however; when water passes through soil, it dissolves and