Filipinos love to eat. In fact, one of the main reasons we ride our motorcycles is to dine at places where good food is served. With the growing popularity of food cart businesses, good food is now more accessible to the traveling public, especially to wandering motorcycle riders.

Just recently, an estimated foot traffic of 1,400 bayside goers went to the 1 st Bajaj Mobile Food Festival, which was a 3-day weekend event that took place in Aplaya, Calamba City, Laguna where the Madiskarteng Entrepreneurs show off their unique business ideas made from Bajaj Business Solutions.

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Lined up along the bridge-like walkway of Baywalk, Aplaya are seven (7) Bajaj Food Cart concepts with varying famous Pinoy favorite snacks from burgers, hotdog sandwiches, takoyaki, ice scramble, fruit refreshments, and coffee latte.

Up to PHP15,000/ day income

According to Trimotors Technology Corporation – the distributor of Bajaj RE here in the country – the Madiskarteng Entrepreneurs who joined the event reported an average sale of up to PHP15,000.

It only proves that having your own business can now be achieved even with small capital. For instance, Trimotors Philippines says that a Bajaj 3-wheeler food cart can be yours for as little as PHP25,000 down payment at their authorized dealers.