GH FOODS INC.
GH FOODS INC.

GH FOODS INC.

Green Harvest Food Inc. made its way into the food industry in 1998. Hailing from the province of Negros Occidental, manufacturing and marketing sweetened Nata de Coco (in red, white, green, mango, strawberry and pandan flavor), sweetened Kaong (in white, red & green), and Sweet Cucumber Pickles (whole, chips, relish & mixed). All GHFI’s products are available in all leading groceries and supermarkets, wholesale and retail stores in Negros and Panay Island under the GREEN HARVEST Brand in various packaging; 8oz, 12oz, 24oz, 32oz bottles, 340g & 700g in stand-up pouches and in 3.9kgs gallons. GHFI also produces Hot Bangus in Oil (in can & glass bottle). GH Foods Inc. has its own space for product preparation, packaging, laboratory, stock room of packaging materials/ ingredients, and warehouse for finished products. The company is more focused, more competitive and more productive. Slowly, we are building a name for actual sales surpassing our projected volume.

ABOUT THE COMPANY

Company Name:
GH FOODS INC.
In Business Since:
1998
Nature of Business:
Food Manufacturer
Major Product Categories:
Fruits And Vegetables

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