Doubters silenced:Young Entrep made sure to make his dream Food Business a Success

Doubters silenced:Young Entrep made sure to make his dream Food Business a Success



It is always a risk!

A different gargantuan challenge was presented to all businessmen this pandemic brought, but this is one for the books a pandemic success story.

Janthrie Valencia from Bataan took the challenge and made his dream an operational, profitable and viable business model amidst all the different problems this trying times bring.

(photo credit to owner)

He has now a successful foo truck owner, it started from the idea that they need something that can make ends meet.

Even when he was young his inclination has always been related to the food business, so it was not a hard choice that led him and his partner in selling chicken and burgers.

However,challenges still hounded them from finding the right location for their business or the rent was too high or the location wasn’t what they wanted. Janthrie soon realized that building a food truck could be the answer to their needs.

A food truck brings a plus for the business  - a cost-effective and it also allows them access to more locations.

With the help of a neighbor and a cousin, Janthrie started building their food truck out of an old multicab. He said he was thankful that everything just fell into place for his dream. He shared with Business News Philippines, “So, nakakatuwa kasi umaayon lahat ng bagay that time. Doon pa lang answered prayer na kami ng partner ko.”


Of course, aside from creating an attractive food truck, they also focused on coming up with a good menu. Janthrie and his partner created their own sauces and tested their own recipes to make sure customers would love it.

Soon, Eat and Roll Food Truck opened and their first day was beyond their expectations. According to Janthrie, he and his partner prepared 100 burger patties expecting it to be sold in a week. However, they were able to sell it all in just a day. Their success continued on as they were sold out for several days more.

(photo from FB)

Golden advice


Janthrie is very thankful that their idea was a hit eventhough a lot doubted their plans from the start.

He said, “Pero hindi ko pinansin ang mga yun, ginamit ko pa yung mga sinasabi nila para patunayan na kaya namin yun at hindi masasayang yung effort namin.” In the end, Janthrie encourages other aspiring entrepreneurs to believe in their dreams and continue working hard to pursue it.

“Kung may pangarap ka pagsikapan mo para makamit mo, wag mo din kakalimutan magdasal at magpasalamat sa itaas kasi siya lang ang kakampi mo sa lahat ng bagay at oras. Hayaan mo yung mga sinasabi ng ibang tao basta ikaw sa sarili mo alam mo wala ka tinatapakan na tao,” he added.


Alam mo ba? 


Negosyo ang solusyon sa kahirapan. 


Nasa middle class kung ganito daw kita mo monthly sabi ng NEDA:


P43,828 - P76,669


Ang siste,


If Pamilyado ka na with kids, tapos utilities , daily and unexpected expenses, you can quickly tell why you're probably short every month.

And yet, ang karamihan sabi syo..."Mag ipon ka" or minsan pa nga "Wala ka pang ipon"


Mind you, pandemya pa ngaun!


Aminin mo na...


Pagkulang ang sweldo, there are no "ipon tips" that can help you, kapatid.


Nakagawa ka na din ba ng Budget plan pero d mo naman nasunod?


Well, pag Tigang na, wala ka ng mapipiga, tama?


Instead, you need another source o multiply your income.


Sa karamihan, meron lang two options:


1) Get another job.

2) Start a side business.


Do you want to achieve "RICH" level na according to the government.

A business na pwedeng sa bahay lang while super safe ka at naka online ka lang habang naka pambahay. 


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