Sunday, October 23, 2016

BOY KANIN - Is Inviting You To Be Part Of Their Family

Last Friday, October 15,2016 .I visited the booth of BOY KANIN together with other fellow blogger of Certified Bloggers group at the World Trade Center ,Pasay City

Photo© Ms.Sol Razo
(L-R) Crystal,Chie,Sol,Mr.Ronald Callao and wife Ms.Fe,Me,Orlee,Peter.

I was able to meet Mr. Ronald Callao,the man behind the 1st Truly Pinoy Food Cart that serves Rice with our favorite FILIPINO ULAM. I was able to talk to this man who has a big heart for Filipinos that are really willing to learn and has a big love for food.

We were able to ask him few questions about his passion and about his booming business which is "BOY KANIN" food stall.

I'm one of  the lucky person to try the newest product of BOY KANIN ,which is "Pinoy Burrito" that are available in Beef,Chicken and Pork 
I just ate one and  it was totally satisfying and already felt full. Pinoy Burrito is perfect for everyone  who doesn't have enough time to pack or bring their lunch/snack. It is aso perfect when you are in a hurry. Pinoy Burrito is a perfect food on the go. You can have a full meal in a very affordable prize.
 " Busog ka talaga"
They also serve the BOY SALABAT a very refreshing and healthy beverage that you must try.

This is the Beef Burrito ,If you can see it has rice ,cheese,Beef and onions.

Enjoying the taste of Pinoy Burritot

Many Filipinos and other nationalities are showing their interest on BOY KANIN. Even me ,while listening to Mr. Callo and looking at the brochure of the Franchise Package makes me think that its not too late to start a business.

As of now,BOY KANIN have 33 foodstalls nationwide,kiosk at a newly opened Balai ni BOY KANIN.
While listening to Mr.Ronald Callao,I really agreed with him that Rice are loved by everyone,breakfast ,lunch and dinner,we Filipinos make sure to have rice in our table. This kind of business will continue to succeed because of the main thing that it offers,which is rice with our Favorite FIlipino Ulam. 

Depending in our monthly income ,to be honest we are still on a tight budget and sometimes we are financially broke,why? Because we don't have any other source of income.
That's why I was not shocked to see a lot of people who are interested to know how to start a small business.

If you like to break that cycle and like to start to dream and have goals in life. . .
Why not start a food cart business.

Why choose BOY KANIN ?
1.) Its a truly Pinoy Food Cart
2.) KANIN  - #1 Pinoy staple food
3.) Affordable Investment
4.) Commissary Ready
5.) Franchise Assistance

BOY KANIN is a Proud Partner of BPI Family  Ka- Negosyo and a Proud Silver Member of AFFI.

If you want to be a part of the BOY KANIN FAMILY or for inquiries
Visit their website or Facebook page BOY KANIN
Contact No's: +63 917-3443427 ( Globe )
                         +63 923- 6831409 (Sun )
                         (02) 352-8130 ( Landline)


*Boy Kanin, a food stall that serves paella rice meals but with your favorite Filipino ulam. From the tangy taste of caldereta, the classic savory sauce of adobo, to the filling bits of dinuguan, you can order a “bowl” of these favorite meals and have them on-the-go.


BOY KANIN ,serves your favorite Filipino fare at affordable prices and delivers such with the quality of a midrange restaurant. Unlike other regular food stalls, each bowl of rice is stir fried and then infused with a cooked sauce of your choice. An order from Mister Kanin doesn’t just curb hunger—it also leaves you comforted by the familiarity of home



“Boy Kanin” is the brainchild of Antonio Z. Atienza and Ronald Callao. The two met at a meeting completely unrelated to food and were drawn together by their similar passions for Filipino cuisine. Both come from unrelated industries: Antonio Z. Atienza is a renowned jeweler and the owner of Golden Hills Jewelry, Inc. Ronald Callao was a former Head for Circulation at Business World and BusinessMirror. Ronald decided to return to his history with food, having owned a carinderia in Paranaque and having worked in Jollibee before going to the newspaper industry. He decided to make his passion for cooking and eating delicious food a business, hence his venture into a second food stall. 

Antonio proposed the concept of “Boy Kanin” to Ronald. His idea of infusing the meat or seafood ulam sauce into the rice was inspired by his foreign friends’ search for local cuisine. These friends actually enjoyed mixing the rice into the sauce of kaldereta. Such a practice continues in the home of Filipinos and local restaurants serving the same fare. What distinguishes “Boy Kanin” from these establishments is the rice and ulam sauce being mixed for you. 

With Filipino food becoming a popular eat out treat for locals and foreigners alike, “Boy Kanin” hopes to not just feed hungry stomachs but also to remind us why we always return to our homegrown cuisine. 


The challenge in today’s shifting markets and unstable world market has not changed in the Philippines. With the unemployment rate rising to 7.1 percent from 6.8 in 2012, it is important not only for the government but also for the private sector to do its duty in assisting the less fortunate. This is the priority of Ronald Callao in every business he starts. With many Filipinos sacrificing a grade school, high school, or college diploma for temporary job opportunities, it’s important for private businesses and establishments to generate jobs for these individuals. 

But Ronald’s priority goes beyond providing income for the less fortunate. Each employee is trained and given skills that will equip them for a stable and certain future. “I become satisfied when I see people grow, when they are pulled up,” he shares. This practice has carried on from his work at newspapers, where he established a separate department for individuals with disabilities. This department took in four couriers who had been in accidents were forced into early retirement. Thanks to this opportunity, these individuals developed skills in sales, accounting, and in using computers.

“Boy Kanin” continues this advocacy among its employees, only hiring individuals who are willing to learn the ropes. A training period is required for all employees, where they learn the required skills of their job plus any additional knowledge that will help them run operations more smoothly. 

With a passion for both Pinoy food and helping fellow Pinoys, Ronald not only hopes to uplift the reputation of Filipino cuisine but also the lives of his countrymen.

Would like like to say thank you to Mr.Ronald Callaoand to his wife Ms.Fe,Ms. Sol Razo , Mr.Peter Sumile for inviting me.