Category: Healthy Snacks

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Republic Biscuit Corp. (REBISCO)

For over 57 years, the Republic Biscuit Corporation (REBISCO), a recognized pioneer in the Biscuit industry, has positioned itself to be one of the dominant players in the Philippine snack food industry with a growing global presence. From a basic portfolio of biscuits such as the famous and pioneering Rebisco Cracker Sandwiches that generations of Filipinos have loved, REBISCO now carries a wide variety of snack food ranging from nuts and seeds, cakes, wafers, breads, chips and curls, candies and gums, and chocolates.a

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SAGREX FOODS INC.

Sagrex Foods Incorporated is a 100% Filipino-owned agri-based company engaged in the processing and exporting of natural, fresh and quality native Philippine Saba Bananas under the Golden Saba brand name. Established in 2010, Sagrex Foods Inc.

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Sandria’s Delicious Concept

It all started with barquillos. In 1982, driven by her love for making barquiron, barquillos, or crispy wafer rolls filled with polvoron, our principal owner, Sandria Rillo-Cadusale opened Sandria’s Delicious Concept. It’s been almost four decades since then, but Sandria’s passion for whipping up these sweet treats continues to make Sandria’s Delicious Concept one of the top makers of the finest delicacies and pasalubong.

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SL Agritech Corporation

We are SL Agrifood Corporation, a subsidiary of SL Agritech Corporation that was established to provide agricultural products from the Philippines to the global market. We want to showcase,and promote the various agricultural produce, such as pineapple, bananas and healthy puff snacks made from brown rice.

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Super Q

Ngosiok Marketing traces its humble beginnings to the early 20th century when the father of Lucio Ngosiok opened the business of making Chinese noodles in the coastal town of Fujian, China. Unfortunately, he did not live long enough to pass on the business to the next generation as the orphaned children were aged five and three.

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Republic Biscuit Corp. (REBISCO)

For over 57 years, the Republic Biscuit Corporation (REBISCO), a recognized pioneer in the Biscuit industry, has positioned itself to be one of the dominant players in the Philippine snack food industry with a growing global presence. From a basic portfolio of biscuits such as the famous and pioneering Rebisco Cracker Sandwiches that generations of Filipinos have loved, REBISCO now carries a wide variety of snack food ranging from nuts and seeds, cakes, wafers, breads, chips and curls, candies and gums, and chocolates.a

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SAGREX FOODS INC.

Sagrex Foods Incorporated is a 100% Filipino-owned agri-based company engaged in the processing and exporting of natural, fresh and quality native Philippine Saba Bananas under the Golden Saba brand name. Established in 2010, Sagrex Foods Inc.

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Sandria’s Delicious Concept

It all started with barquillos. In 1982, driven by her love for making barquiron, barquillos, or crispy wafer rolls filled with polvoron, our principal owner, Sandria Rillo-Cadusale opened Sandria’s Delicious Concept. It’s been almost four decades since then, but Sandria’s passion for whipping up these sweet treats continues to make Sandria’s Delicious Concept one of the top makers of the finest delicacies and pasalubong.

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SL Agritech Corporation

We are SL Agrifood Corporation, a subsidiary of SL Agritech Corporation that was established to provide agricultural products from the Philippines to the global market. We want to showcase,and promote the various agricultural produce, such as pineapple, bananas and healthy puff snacks made from brown rice.

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Super Q

Ngosiok Marketing traces its humble beginnings to the early 20th century when the father of Lucio Ngosiok opened the business of making Chinese noodles in the coastal town of Fujian, China. Unfortunately, he did not live long enough to pass on the business to the next generation as the orphaned children were aged five and three.

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