Q-Phil International Trading
Q-Phil International Trading

Q-Phil International Trading

Q-Phil International is a manufacturing and trading company that exports the best quality Philippine-made products. 

The company began as a noodle manufacturing company and had  -flour stick noodles (pancit canton), rice sticks noodles (pancit bihon), and dried noodles (miki) as products. 

Since then, the company has expanded to other product lines such as native products, biscuits and snacks, dried marine products, sauces and condiments, and other bottled products.

The company’s brands--Sari Saring Pinoy, Pacific Best, Fiesta Pinoy, Pinoy Favorites, and Long Life Brand Noodles--can be found in supermarket and grocery shelves across the Philippines.  

Q-Phil Internationalhas obtained the certifications: FDA, HALAL and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control (HACCP).  As a HACCPcertified company, conforming to the Codex Alimentarius CAC/RCP 1-1969, Rev. 4-2003 Standard, the company strictly enforces a food safety system. 

The company's high manufacturing standards and team ensure the delivery of quality products at competitive prices with outstanding customer service and support.


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Canada, US, Middle East



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