Eric Fructuoso to open his new food business in Caloocan City

Eric Fructuoso to open his new food business in Caloocan City

- Eric Fructuoso will be opening his new business venture in Caloocan City this month

- His new food place, “Gwapigs Porkchop” is named after their popular ‘90s teen group “Gwapings”

- Prior to this, he has opened a motorcycle business in Cavite known as “Gwapings Moto”

- The actor-entrepreneur also shares a construction business with his wife

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Eric Fructuoso revealed that he will be opening the first branch of his new food business in Caloocan City this January.

Eric Fructuoso to open his new food business in Caloocan City
Eric Fructuoso (Photo credit: @eric.fructuoso)
Source: Instagram

The actor-entrepreneur will be launching another business after he opened his motorcycle shop in Naic, Cavite last December. This time, it will be a food business.

On January 11, Eric posted on Instagram an update about his new business:

“Opening ng first branch ng Gwapigs Porkchop January 16 Saturday sa Dagat-Dagatan, Caloocan.”

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While his motorcycle business is called “Gwapings Moto”, his new food business venture will be known as “Gwapigs Porkchop.”

Both of these enterprises got their names from “Gwapings”, the ‘90s all-male group which the actor was part of. The group was composed of all teen actors. Aside from Eric, it also included Jomari Yllana, Mark Anthony Fernandez, and, later on, Jao Mapa.

Aside from the motorcycle and food businesses, Eric and his wife have a construction business too.

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Eric Fructuoso is a Filipino actor, hip hop dancer, comedian, and entrepreneur. He and the rest of Gwapings rose to popularity in the early 1990s. Currently, he has been portraying more mature supporting roles. He was seen in recent series, such as “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano”, “Kadenang Ginto”, and “24/7”.

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Sad to say, not all celebrities who have been into businesses have been thriving well lately. For instance, Alden Richards had to temporarily close one of his restaurants due to the pandemic. Even some of the popular comedy bars, such as Klownz and Zirkoh, also went bankrupt, which affected its talents.

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