Century Pacific Food Incorporated - updates

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Century Tuna maker eyes offering more products

Jul 01, 2019 - 9:25 PM

From exporting tuna in 1978 to also selling milk, coconut products, and canned meat, Century Pacific Food still wants to expand its portfolio

Century Tuna maker's net income drops 4% to P2.55 billion in 2017

Apr 04, 2018 - 6:25 PM

Despite seeing revenues grow by 22% to P34.5 billion, Century Pacific Food registers a lower net income due to more expensive raw materials

Po family buys Hunt's license from Gokongweis

May 02, 2017 - 5:30 PM

While the Gokongwei group s Universal Robina focuses on its main brands Po family led Century Pacific forays into branded categories outside its core segments of marine meat and milk

CHANGING TASTES. Century Pacific is acquiring Hunt's license from the joint venture between Gokongwei-led Universal Robina and ConAgra Foods, North America's giant packaged food company. Image of Hunt's Pork & Beans from Hunt's official website

How the makers of Century Tuna stay afloat amid changing tastes

Apr 01, 2017 - 4:28 PM

The Philippines largest canned food company moves quickly to address the changing trend in food through acquisitions and advertising

CHANGING TASTES. Business intelligence firm Euromonitor says canned or preserved food packaging volume sales in the Philippines are expected to 'slow slightly' due to increasing health consciousness of consumers. Photos from Century Pacific website

Century Pacific to buy Chinese distribution firms for $2.56M

Dec 23, 2016 - 6:10 PM

The acquisition is expected to support the expansion of Century Pacific s international branded segment which is still a small part of its business

CHINA EXPANSION. Since Century Tuna's entry into China during the early 1990s, it has grown its presence to become the country's leading canned tuna brand. Rappler file photo

PH economy entering a 'new normal' - analyst

Sep 09, 2015 - 7:00 PM

The new normal GDP rate is seen at 5 to 6 tempered by weak government spending and net exports

NEW NORMAL. BPI Trade's Michaelangelo Oyson says that the consumer-led Philippine economy "can only grow 6% [and up] if the government spends a lot of money" to counter the underspending at present