Have you considered ready prepared frozen garlic instead?
It's actually cheaper than fresh.
£2.75/kg from any supermarket.
Alternatively, if by 'Asian' you mean 'Indian' try garlic powder instead - that's the BIR [British Indian Restaurant] standard. Approx £8/kg, but of course it goes a lot further than the same weight in fresh/frozen.
If you're dealing in wholesale quantities, then you can get ready-peeled, fresh, but it's the most expensive option, and the hardest to look after if you're not going to be using the whole lot at once.
As already mentioned, serving garlic skin will not endear you to your customers.
In the UK, you can get the following types, in order of how much like garlic they actually taste.
Canned [or jar] peeled
Canned [or jar or tube] purée
Of these, you'll hardly spot the difference between fresh & frozen, whole or crushed. Purée is a little milder but still tastes like actual garlic. Canned doesn't work for me at all, it's lost all its 'edge'. …and note I put powdered above canned for taste.
Frozen crushed is almost impossible to tell from fresh, but is expensive; a bit of a supermarket premium product. Frozen purée is very cheap & very versatile. With frozen, if I'm cooking it I'll use purée, if it's going to be raw or dropped very late in cooking, I'll use crushed.
[I've never seen fresh, peeled in supermarkets, only from wholesalers, the rest you can buy just about anywhere in the UK]