Top 5 Bakery Franchises in the Philippines


The Filipino people has special love for breads and pastries, which may be stemmed from the traditional of eating pandesal and coffee over breakfast, and this is evident if you wake up early in the morning and walk around the neighborhood. You would then be able to see many Filipinos lining up to buy a paper bag full of pandesal and pairing it with a variety of palaman. Also, it is a tradition in the country to eat a merienda at 3PM onwards and the usual food is…bread! This is why there are many small-time bakeries that can be found at almost every street corner and the breads are always a sold-out! Hence, since bread is so popular, it would be practical to have a bakery franchise because you already have a thriving market and you would also do Filipinos a favor—satisfying their craving for bread and pastry assortments!


Definitely the number one bakery in the Philippines, Goldilocks growth and success is unstoppable and it is definitely impossible to grow bankrupt since the Filipino people are in love with their cakes, pastries, and Filipino cuisine. It is a leading brand because of the quality of its products and the warmth of its services that would always remind Filipinos of home. The company also recently received a Superbrand Seal of Recognition and became a hall of famer for bakeshop and franchise awarding due to its 40 years of standing strong, enough that it has set the standard for breads in the country.

Franchise Information

  • You may choose between two franchise types: Bakeshop Only or Full Store.
  • Bakeshop Only would have a franchise cost of P800,000 and a total investment cost of P6M-8M, and about 60 to 80 square meters location requirement. If you choose to acquire the Full Store, then you need to pay P1.2M franchise fee and that would have a total investment cost of P10M-13M and about 150 to 200 square meters in land area.
  • The franchise contract is up to 8 years

Contact Details



Address: Goldilocks Bake Shop, Inc. Franchise Relations Department 439 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City

Red Ribbon

Everyone in the country knows Red Ribbon because it has become a household name for delicious cakes and pastries! It has been established in 1979 only as a small family bakery but it has grown since then and is expected to grow even more now that it has been bought by the Jollibee Foods Corporation in 2005, which is already evident as it now has 200 branches nationwide and 38 stores in abroad.

Franchise Information

Interest in franchising red ribbon? Then you need to write a letter of intent and wait for the acceptance letter. Then you would have a personal meeting with the management and have the location visited. Afterwards, a two-month long training would ensue for you and your staff so that only quality service is provided to the Filipino people. There would also be full assistance on the opening day, marketing and advertisement support, and of course, on-time supply delivery.

The investment cost ranges from P1.9M, P3.5M, and P4.9M depending on the bakeshop type that you would avail, and the franchise fee for each would be P400,000, P600,000, and P800,000 respectively. The size requirement would also vary for each. The franchise contract is 5 years and needs renewal after that.

Contact Details


Address: Red Ribbon Bakeshop Franchise Relations 29th Floor Jollibee Plaza Building #10F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1600

Yummy Bread House

Bring the north to every part of the country! Coming from the culturally diverse region of Cagayan de Oro, Yummy Bread House has become famous due to its delicious breads and pastries since its foundation in 2007. They strive every day to provide high quality products and sell the products as affordable to the people as they can.

Franchise Information

Then the commissary has about 6 years contract and P1.5M total investment cost and P300,000 franchise cost and a 60 square meter space requirement.

For the initial term, the retail franchise is up to 3 years contract, 30 square meter requirement for the location and has a franchise cost of 30,000 and investment cost of P200,000 and has the following inclusions:

  • Store Design
  • Staff Training Program
  • Supply Delivery
  • Opening Day Celebrations
  • Manual for the equipment operations
  • Research and Development of the company

Contact Details

Mrs. Perla Garcia

51 Julio Pacana Street, Licoan

Cagayan De Oro City

Fax No.: (088) 8562629

707 Specialty Bakeshop

Because they have high ambitions and wants to achieve a perfect service to the Filipino people, the company named their bakeshop as 707 because seven is the perfect number according to the Bible and so far, the company owner has lived up to the expected standard that they set upon themselves and is now open for franchising in order to grow more in the country.

Franchise Information

The franchise fee is about P250,000 but P500,000 is the total investment cost and has a 10 to 20 square meters of space requirement with the following inclusions:

  • Legal use of trademark and name
  • Becoming part of the business system of the company
  • Supply delivery
  • No Royalty
  • Staff Training
  • Opening Day assistance
  • Grand Opening preparations
  • Post-opening support
  • Advertisement
  • Technical support

Contact Details

Ground Floor Minnesota Mansion,

267 Ermin Garcia, Cubao, Quezon City

Phones: (02) 912-2946, 955-0734, Fax: (02) 912-2973

Nationwide Tollfree: 1800-10-88888RK



There is nothing more that Filipinos would love than to bring a real Filipino cuisine because it always make them think of home and home is very important in the Filipino tradition. Thus, franchising a Bibingkinitan store is bound to be a business success, after all, bibingka is a cooked rice cake that everyone in the country loves. Bibingka is usually sold during festivities, mostly during Christmas season, and so it has a special place in everyone’s hearts. Currently, Food Asia Corp. already owns the Bibingkinitan store and so growth is expected in the next few years, so franchising one now would be a smart move, and would prove beneficial for you and the people.

Franchise Information

The minimum space requirement is about 20 to 50 square meters and there are three types of store franchises that you can avail:

  • You can avail Food Cart which has a total investment cost of P500,000
  • While Counter or Kiosk type is perfect for those with existing stalls or shops and has a total investment cost of Php 700,000 to Php 900,000.
  • Then there is the In-Line Store type and is best for those who eyes opening in malls or road side locations. It has a total investment cost of Php 900,000 to Php 1,200,000.

Contact Details

Address: Food Asia Corporation, 2/F and 3/F Unioil Center Acacia Cor Commerce Avenues Madrigal Business Park, Ayala Alabang Muntinlupa City1780, Metro Manila, Philippines

Telephone No.: +6328-090884

Mobile Number: +639237080464

Fax No.: (02)809-0884



  1. Eric Manmano says

    Do you offer franchises in the USA? I’m located in Los Angeles and interested in starting a Filipino bakery within a large Filipino supermarket in Van Nuys (Island Pacific Seafood).

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