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Starting a Fruit Shake Business

By Pinoy Farmer | July 18, 2009
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I. INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS (All price are in Php based on 2007 market price.)

a. Cost of Utensils:

b. Equipment:

Sub-Total – P 11,117.35

c. Raw Materials:

Sub-Total – 6.05

Other flavors and varieties:

d. Packaging:


  1. Choose fresh ripe fruits.
  2. Peel and remove seeds (when needed) slice fruits into smaller pieces.Remove seeds.
  3. Weigh or measure 40 gms. or 1/3 cup fruit and put in blender. Add milk and sugar.
  4. Fasten lid of blender and press start button. Use high speed for about 20-30 seconds.
  5. Stop the blender and check to see if the ingredients are well blended. Sometimes fruits will jam under the blade. If there is a jammed fruit, use a spatula to unjam then blend again.
  6. Once the mixture is evenly blended, slowly add 3/4 cup ice until blender sounds smooth.
  7. Pour in 12 oz. plastic glass and serve with straw.

Note: You can mix 2 kinds of fruits together, adjust measurement of each fruit to 1/4 cup.


a. Product Costing (ex. mango shake)

Direct cost:

Total – 6.60

Indirect cost:

Total – 8.05

b. Production cost:

Total – 14.65

c. Product Pricing:

Selling price per glass – P 18.31
Market price per glass – P25.00 – 30.00

Sources: www.dti.gov.ph

Topics: Agri-Business | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Starting a Fruit Shake Business”

  1. nanou dicko Says:
    March 23rd, 2011 at 9:29 pm

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