With nineteen branches nationwide, it becomes a surprise that Tea Ni Juan only launched its first one last Christmas, December 25, 2020. It only used to be an add-on product feature of the Kadiwa Ni Juan Convenience Store franchise. Dubbed as Milk Tea ng Bayan, it also turned into an instant hit among Filipino people. The brand’s RED Team develops milk tea flavors and fruit juices that can be compared to international brands. They also carefully handpick ingredients imported from Taiwan.
Tea Ni Juan invades the Philippines!
It all started with the local government of Guadalupe Viejo jumpstarted the food franchise when they purchased twelve Tea Ni Juan / Dimsum Panda PH franchises. They celebrated their Annual Fiesta to honor their Patron Saint, Nuestra Señora de Candelaria. Due to the pandemic, they didn’t have traditional activities. Partnering up with Kadiwa Ni Juan, they gave away the brand’s food cart businesses as the Grand Prize for their Grand Raffle Draw.
TEA NI JUAN FRANCHISEE
Buy 1 Take 1 Promotional Campaign
To reach more Filipino people, they also launched a Buy 1 Take 1 Promotional Campaign. Of course, it sees people literally lining up to get a taste of the product. The brand has since evolved as a spin-off franchise for the Kadiwa Ni Juan. Then, it has seen tremendous growth and interest among local entrepreneurs.
For franchise inquiries, you may email Tea ni Juan at KNJFoodFranchise@gmail.com or call at (0977) 841-6456 or (0917) 107-5543.
Aside from being a businessman, Josh Austria has been working in PR and media industry for more more than a decade. From his years of experience as the Marketing and Advertising Head of Village Pipol Magazine, he has built strong relationships with creative people, brands, and organizations.