RACHAEL N JHUNDY'S HOMEMADE FOOD PRODUCTS
RACHAEL N JHUNDY'S HOMEMADE FOOD PRODUCTS

RACHAEL N JHUNDY'S HOMEMADE FOOD PRODUCTS

Rachael N Jhundy’s Homemade Food Products started in the year 2011. The owner, Ms. Rachael Barrientos Abapo found out that her husband “Jhundy” and eldest son “Bendy” loves to eat Bagoong. So, she was inspired to produce more and make it as a business with the foundation of LOVE in her family. Rachael N Jhundy’s Homemade Food Product’s ingredients has NO preservatives (MSG). No artificial color, more spices and with pork meat specifically the belly part.

In the year 2018, Rachael is chosen one the DTI KAPATID MENTOR ME PROGRAM (KMME) GO NEGOSYO Batch 5 Mentee. A government scholarship Beneficiary Project to teach start-ups guided by great mentors and with what she had learned is being applied to her business.

Now she enjoyed more when her batchmates, relatives, friends and family patronized her products.

As her business grows, now with more additional products like Bagoong, Atchara, Sardines, Bangus, Ginamos Special and other products.

MISSION

To provide consumer good quality products and maintain / exceed their expectation from the taste, processing and distribution.

VISION

To be globally known for homemade products because of its unique taste. And provide more job opportunity to the Filipino people.



ABOUT THE COMPANY

Company Name:
RACHAEL N JHUNDY'S HOMEMADE FOOD PRODUCTS
Company Website:
http://www.rachaelshomemade.linker.store
In Business Since:
2011
Nature of Business:
Manufacturing - Direct Exporter
Current Export Markets:
Malaysia

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