The Search : - Out of Poverty
Fast Food For The Poor ?
26-Nov-2007 01:26 PM
A phenomenon have strike the Filipino taste and created one of the successful
fast food restaurant today.
Jollibee is truly pinoy made.
At first its an ice cream parlor, during operation they have notice that sandwiches is a great
seller so they develop a product that now is call “langhap sarap” (smells delicious).
On close observation, jollibee is more like Mc Donalds.
They both sale burgers,fries, fried chicken and softdrinks.
What jollibee offers to the public is the pinoy taste.
You certainly notice its light salty taste.
Pinoy taste buds prepared salty.
Mc Donald's American taste which is in pinoy standard is less saltier.
Think about this:
The Philippines is a poor country, right?
And if it's true then were does the fast food restaurant got there pinoy costumers ?
Jollibee has 570 stores across the philippines, not to mention 27 stores internationally.
Jollbee is also one of the largest employer.
Fresh College graduate always have an eye to be one of jollibee's contractual employee.
The data, does not tally, it's not balance.
Selling burgers,fries to the poor?
Man ... somebody has made an error on data.
I wonder where did they get there data ?
On the lighter side ...
Filipino Word for today "Laking Jollibee (grown with jollibee)"
its a phrase to describe a person who just leave the dishes on the table. :)