Franchising Pan De Pidro

While rice is the #1 staple food for most of the Filipino population, bread and pastries easily come in second. In fact, there are a lot of Filipinos who only eat bread with coffee for breakfast. Bread is also a popular snack item.

It is easy to see, then, that a bakery business would certainly be a lucrative one. This is particularly true if the bakery sells delicious breads, pastries, and other bread products! Launched in the neighborhood of Vergara in Mandaluyong City back in 2005 by couple Peter and Gilie Sing, Pan De Pidro has grown over the years after opening its doors to franchising.

At Pan De Pidro, customers can expect freshly baked bread favorites like the iconic Pinoy pandesal, monay, Spanish bread, ensaymada, pan de coco, kalihim, kababayan, putok, hopia bread, and so much more.

Franchising Pan De Pidro
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Because the franchise does not allow products over 24 hours old to be sold, customers are assured of fresh, quality products! This makes Pan De Pidro stand out among the rest and gives it an edge over other bakeries.

How to Franchise Pan De Pidro

There are two types of franchise options for Pan De Pidro:

Bakeshop Franchise

  • Franchise Fee: Php250,000.00
  • Total capital requirement: Php800,000
  • Minimum space requirement: 50 sqm.
  • Royalty fee: 2%
  • Initial term: 5 years

As bakeshop franchise, you can supply the products sold at the retail outlet franchisees near your store. Take note that the initial investment is much higher for the bakeshop franchise, but your profit margins will be bigger compared with retail outlets.

Baking facilities will be installed at your shop.

Retail Outlet Franchise

  • Franchise Fee: Php100,000.00
  • Total capital requirement: Php400,000
  • Minimum space requirement: 12 sqm.
  • Royalty fee: None
  • Initial term: 4 years

Investment is lower for a retail outlet franchise, but you’ll also have lower profit margins.

Franchising Pan De Pidro
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Interested in franchising Pan De Pidro? Send your inquiries to the following channels:

747 San Ignacio Street, Plainview

Mandaluyong City, Philippines

Tel: (02) 531-2682, 719-0540

Mobile: 0917-88PIDRO, 0918-88PIDRO

Email: [email protected], [email protected]



G/F Minnesota Mansion, 267 Ermin Garcia St.,

Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

Tel: (02) 912-2946 / 912-2973 / 995-0734

Fax: (02) 911-1966

Cebu Branch:

Tel: (032) 253-5010

Fax: (032) 254-0473

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Joy Adalia

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  1. Hi, I’m interested to be a franchise partner of pan de pidro can you furnish me the process to become a franchisee? Thank you


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