Thursday, 24 December 2009

Philippine's Fastfood Chain is Wall Street Journal's one of the Best in Asia

The Philippines’ largest fast food chain Jollibee (Jollibee Foods Corporation - JFC), biggest competitor of Mc Donalds and the rising Mang Inasal, is marking Filipino excellence across Asia. Recently it was given a plaque of recognition from The Wall Street Journal Asia (WSJA) for being one of the top regional companies in the publication’s Asia 200 survey.

Jollibee President Ernesto Tanmantiong received the award from the Associate Editor Peter Stein of the WSJA held in Beijing, China.

Asia’s most-renowned business publication awarded JFC as The Most Admired Company in the Philippines.
The biggest food business corporation was recognized after its sales increased by 18 percent, maintaining its number one ranking in terms of company reputation and innovation as voted by business executives and readers of The Wall Street Journal Asia.

JFC owes majority of its success to its biggest food chain, Jollibee, which captured the loyalty of Filipinos by providing quality meals at affordable prices.

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