Mang Bok’s Lechon Manok joins Siomai King family

/ 12:50 AM July 29, 2020
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Siomai King and Mang Bok’s Lechon Manok decided to expand the business through online franchising.

Mang Bok’s Manok, an instant hit among Filipino roasted chicken lovers, has joined JC Worldwide Franchise Inc., the county’s fastest-growing franchise network.

It was a welcome move aimed at boosting the market reach of Mang Bok’s Manok through online franchising with the assistance of JC Worldwide Franchise.

The company, which has more than 14 years of experience in franchising, currently has more than 1,000 outlets nationwide in the local franchise scene, with Siomai King as its iconic flagship brand.

Just like Siomai King, Mang Bok’s Lechon Manok has become the country’s “go-to ulam and merienda” source, day or night, with or without an occasion.


With an ever-increasing demand for its mouthwatering chicken, Mang Bok’s hopes to triple its growing franchise outlets from its current 70 in the next two or three years.

With the technological and logistical edge of JC Worldwide Franchise, more Filipinos can expect to have their favorite lechon manok nearby in the coming few weeks.

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Nothing beats a good warm lechon manok from Mang Bok’s with loads of gravy.

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Mang Bok’s a favorite go-to chicken of many Filipinos, goes online with JC Worldwide Franchise Inc.

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Every bite is guaranteed with good taste and with no extenders. Siomai King will definitely satisfy your cravings.

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Mang Bok’s Lechon Manok is perfect for both everyday lunch and pasalubong is now open for online franchising.

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So, if you haven’t heard, Mang Bok’s is the best lechon manok you will ever have. Tender, juicy and delicious.

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