Yakult El Salvador breaks ground for its plant in Misamis Oriental
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Yakult El Salvador breaks ground for its plant in Misamis Oriental

/ 12:52 PM May 12, 2022

El Salvador, Misamis Oriental – Mr. Alberto R. Dy Sun President of Yakult Philippines Inc, together with Mayor Edgar Lignes of El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental, headed the groundbreaking ceremony of Yakult El Salvador (Y.E.S) plant recently, at Barangay Quibonbon, El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental, Mindanao. The event was also attended by the executives of Yakult Philippines Inc. and CCT constructors Corporation.

The project, which started back in 2021, is set to rise on a 4.2-hectare property, is considerably larger than the plant located in Calamba, Laguna.

The Y.E.S Groundbreaking ceremony at El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental: (from L-R: Yakult Philippines Inc. (YPI) President Mr. Alberto Dy Sun, Executive Vice President Mr. Hiroshi Suzuki, YPI Vice President Mr. Michael Ong, CCT Constructors Corporation Chairman Mr. Hiroki Nakazawa, El Salvador City Mayor Edgar Lines)

The Yakult El Salvador plant is meant to fulfill the demand for the iconic drink and start the expansion of its production to Visayas Mindanao. It targets to significantly increase the total daily product production of both Yakult original and the Yakult Light.

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