Jockers Foods Industries
Jockers Foods Industries

Jockers Foods Industries

Jocker’s Food Industries (JFI) offers quality snacks at affordable prices. The company is proudly on its way to being one of the top fast-moving consumer goods industries in the Philippines.

With Sugo Peanuts, Peas-O, Peas, Egg O Cookies, Kit Crackers, Mik-Mik Milk Powder, and Mik-Mik Polvoron as its leading brands, JFI has grown to become one of the leading snack food manufacturers in the country for the C,D, and E market.

The keto-approved Sugo peanut snacks are a great source of healthy fats, protein, and fiber. They also contain plenty of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and B vitamins. Peanuts are nutrient-rich and low in carbohydrates, which is what consumers get from every pack of Sugo. 

The company’s Peas pack is quite a nutritional punch too. The vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients in peas provide important health benefits, ranging from keeping eyes healthy to enhancing digestion. JFI also manufactures cookies and crackers. 

As a sole proprietorship in business since 1992, JFI has expanded its staff size and maintains a network of distribution channels all over the Philippines.


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