Monde Nissin has been known in the food industry for giving Filipino consumers high quality products and excellent service for more than 20 years. Since its incorporation in 1979, the first Nissin biscuit product rolled out of their Laguna plant and became a consistent top biscuit player in the market.
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A decade after their first product went out in the market, Monde Nissin ventured into manufacturing instant noodles. Since then, the company was unstoppable as it expanded its variety of biscuit and noodle products.
For more than two decades now, Monde Nissin has risen to be the country’s leading food manufacturer and is currently carving its niche in the US, Middle East, Europe, and Japan markets. From being a biscuit manufacturer, the company has evolved into a premier food company and belonged to the elite circle of Philippines’ top 100 companies since 2000.
Evolution + Technology: tools of the trade
The success of Monde Nissin relies on its people and its efficient manufacturing processes. Well-equipped with state-of-the-art and high-tech manufacturing facilities, Monde Nissin’s biscuits and noodles are guaranteed made of high quality and are processed, packed, and sealed properly before consumption.
People at the Monde Nissin manufacturing facility are trained to use efficiently its machines and computers. The company’s hi-tech manufacturing tools help minimize waste and maximize productivity. Aside from that, they are also trained to maintain hygiene and safety on the job. Its products are regularly checked to assure that what comes out in the market are of very good quality.
Monde Nissin’s modern facilities in it manufacturing plant in Laguna earned the company its ISO 9001:2000 certification. With the company’s technological innovations in its manufacturing processes, it enables the company to develop more new products for a very demanding market.
Providing quality food wherever you are
Aside from its domestic market, Monde Nissin is a hit in the exporting scene. The company’s strong presence in the export market is due to the huge number of Filipino workers abroad. And since many Filipinos grew up liking Lucky Me! noodles and M.Y. San biscuits (sister company of Monde Nissin), it is expected that there is a huge demand for these products among overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
Monde Nissin’s visibility in the export market is also credited to their active participation in different food shows here and abroad. Among the trade shows the company frequents is the International Food Exhibition (IFEX) Philippines, organized by the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM). Trade events like IFEX Philippines allows food companies to benchmark their products to the international market. As for Monde Nissin, IFEX Philippines became instrumental in tapping suitable markets for their products.
“We are encouraged by agencies like CITEM in the areas of business matching and trade show participations. We appreciate what the government is doing towards uniting the industries into sub-sectors. We are a proud member of the Biscuits Philippines group,” says Ferdie Chapangco, Export Manager of Monde Nissin.
Today, Monde Nissin distributes its products to more than 30 countries. The company exports to the US, Canada, Europe (Ireland, the UK, Holland, France, Spain and Italy), the Middle East (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Israel, Lebanon, and Qatar), Asia (China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei), Africa (Ghana), Australia, and New Zealand.
Monde Nissin’s success in the food business continues and still plans to make the company and its products bigger and better. “We plan to enter more mainstream markets and develop products that will appeal not only to overseas Filipinos but also, to the local consumers of various countries,” Chapangco remarks. With courage and determination, Monde Nissin sets its eye in making a mark for Philippine-made food products in a very competitive international food market.
For more information on Monde Nissin, visit: www.mondenissin.com.