Chicken business is like a universal language and it is indeed a common factor in each and everyone. This bird is a low flying creature which is available around the world. It maybe the reason for consumption since it is easy to catch and can be easily breed for mass production. We all know Mang Inasal, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Jollibee, McDonalds, Max Restaurant and the rest. Notice that these fast food chains all cater and serve chicken on its menu specially fried chicken. Small retailers in the streets also use its internal organs for trading snack to the public. Gizzard, intestines and liver are never wasted and are happily bought by hungry customers. At home, chicken also serves as a main course meal of the locals. Recipes like tinola, nilaga, sinigang and many soup base dish includes this popular meat.
As you can see, this only measures that is the clearly visible that this is center of attention. It is a forever need in the society and I guess it could affect the economy if this commodity will be low in supply or worst, loss of supply for the demand. Creating an asset of your own or maybe a recipe for business can get you out of job. What I mean is, changing your image from an employee to an entrepreneur which sounds better right? Focus on the product to sell and the blessing will come in naturally. Making profits is all about guts and strategy. Preparation should be come in place to see or predict the future business success and what to do if problems occur.
There are many fast foods, restaurants, fine dine and take away styled stall chose chicken as their main concept. KFC may be the internationally popular ones which use the meat in all of its menu. On the other hand here in the Philippines, Andoks is regarded as "the father of lechon manok" it started 25 years ago and it is proven a stable and strong company until now. Everything can be profitable when you plan. Profitable is a habit on how you work hard and work smart.
lembest lechon is the pioneer in lechon manok and liempo sisig in luzon since 2009. See channel 2 ANC business interview here