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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Going to Paco Market

The center of various products to be bought in the area of Paco, Manila is the Paco Market near the church and Pedro Gil. It has raw foods and materials for cooking, utensils, drug stores and banks.

People can go to this area for many purposes like money exchange, buy shoes or slippers, eat and dine in wide arrays of fast food and restaurants, toys and clothes and school supplies.

It has also hardware materials, furnitures and glass materials customizations.

To go here, if you in Taft Avenue, ride a jeepney in Pedro Gil. If you are in EDSA just look for a ride in Guadalupe with a sign board of Paco and Taft. There's also a ride in Kalentong, Mandaluyong.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Unilever Philippines

Unilever Philippines, Inc. is the Philippine subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch multinational company, Unilever. It is based in Paco, Manila. It is a manufacturer of laundry detergents and soaps, shampoos and hair conditioners, toothpastes, deodorants, skin care products, household cleaners, and toilet soaps with an annual sales of over 40 billion pesos. It employs over 1,000 people nationally.

Aside from Unilever Philippines, other Unilever subsidiaries in the country include Unilever RFM Ice Cream, Inc. (formerly, Selecta Walls, Inc.) and California Manufacturing Company (Unilever Bestfoods).

Unilever Philippines serves as part of Unilever Group N.V./plc to produce manufacture and supervise Unilever brands (like Surf, Close-Up, Clear, among others) to the Philippine market. To maintain the needs of mass production of most of the Unilever brands & products, they are also importing Unilever products from some neighboring countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and so on. Despite being based in Manila, its competitors, the Philippine subsidiaries of Procter & Gamble and Nestlé are based in Makati.


Paco Restaurants, Manila

  1. CUISINES:American, Cafe
    HOURS:9 AM to 9 PM
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