Photo shows (from left) Eduardo dela Rosa, Yakult Philippines Inc. (YPI) engineer; Michael Eric Ong, YPI Vice President; Lorelai Dacu, Environmental Officer of the City Department of Environment and Natural Resources (Clenro); Engineer Lila Soquillo, Clenro Officer in Charge; Alberto Dy Sun, YPI President; Kirvy Villocillo, Architect with the City of El Salvador Engineering Office; YPI Executive Vice President Horoshi Suzuki; and Francisco Perlas and Crayton Enot, YPI engineers. INVOLVED PHOTO
THE Yakult’s facility in El Salvador is set to meet demand for the iconic beverage and begin expanding its production to the Visayas and Mindanao. The aim is to significantly increase the total daily product production of both Original Yakult and Yakult Light.
Last April 7, 2022, Alberto Dy Sun, President of Yakult Philippines Inc., in partnership with the local government of El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental, led a tree planting campaign as part of the company’s environmental commitment and corporate promise initiatives at Tuburan Spring Ecopark, located in Zone 3, Poblacion, El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental, one day before groundbreaking.