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Siomai King: An Overview

s the brainchild of the two young entrepreneurs Jonathan So and Carlit o Macadangdang. After the great success of its first food brand, Burger Factory, they introduced several new brands, and Siomai King was one of them. Every day, the Siomai King franchise uses high-quality ingredients including fresh meats and vegetables. 

At their commissary, which has a good manufacturing pr actices certificate, all ingredients are processed using the most up-to-date machinery in the production of Siomai and Siopao. Additionally, it also has BF news AD and NMIS accreditation. Furthermore, employees are meticulously trained and maintain good sanitation.

What Does Siomai King Franchise Fee Include? 

When you pay the fee for the Siomai King franchise, it will enable you to use the trade name, logo, and its business system. You will also get a lighted duty stainless cart with a cabinet and stainless round streamer. Besides, you can get access to an electric stove, acrylic juice dispenser, and complete operating utensils. In addition to these utilities, you will also get a free food tasting product worth 1.000 pesos. The other inclusions contain Marketing collaterals and an Operations manual. On the fee payment, you can receive comprehensive personal training and opening assistance. The main features of the Franchise include: 

Use of Trade Name and Logo

Includes our inviting concept of “5-piece siomai in one serving”.

Affordable Package

Low cost of franchise package available with undeniably overwhelming inclusions.


Its delicious siomai variants are made without preservatives and from high-quality ingredients, and they’re served with a refreshing gulaman juice.

No Royalties or Renewal Fees

The good news is that we do not charge a renewal fee or a royalty fee, which is one of the advantages of owning a franchise, as opposed to other companies, whose franchise fee is nearly P400,000.



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