OKEY KA BA TIYAN? The iconic phrase is just getting nearer as Yakult Philippines, Inc. is now building a new factory in Quibonbon, El Salvador City in Misamis Oriental. Yakult El Salvador (Y.E.S.) will be the company’s second plant in the country and will rise at a 4.2-hectare property, some 40 percent larger than its first plant in Calamba, Laguna.

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The upcoming plant is targeted to start operations in January 2023 with a maximum daily production capacity of 3.2 million bottles of its mainstay Yakult and low-calorie Yakult Light. It will initially produce 1.6 million bottles of Yakult and Yakult Light daily, and the company plans to expand its facilities depending on demand.

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The Y.E.S. Plant Project is expected to generate additional revenues to the city as well as provide more job opportunities to the unemployed. Construction is now ongoing.

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with photos by A&K Trading, Rexlou Tapic

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