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Happy 40 Mega Global Years !!!

"Committed to Produce World-Class Food Products for the Global Market."

The story and success of Mega Global is built on the foundation of love, hard work, and perseverance of Mr. William Tiu Lim.

Mega Global manufactures and distributes the #1 Sardines brand in the Philippines- Mega Sardines. Committed to the highest and most stringent fishing and manufacturing practice, Mega Global sets the industry standards in producing high-quality, true value-for-money products for all its customers and ultimately, the consumers. Sourcing the best catch from the sea and the best quality new materials, Mega Global uses its state-of-the-art facilities, conveniently located in the Zamboanga Peninsula, to produce no less than the finest Canned Sardines products, that guarantees compliance to the 12-hour Catching-to-Canning Process.


Mega Global celebrated its 40th anniversary last June 5, 2015 at The Isla Ballroom of EDSA Shangri-La Hotel. Guests include celebrity and TV personality endorsers as well as partners, and of course, employees of the company.


Here's Ryzza Mae Dizon showing-off her dancing skills to the amused audience.


Another highlight of the anniversary celebration are the awarding of Loyalty Awards to those who have been in the company for almost four decades.


Asst. Engineer Simplicio Gandacila received his Ruby Loyalty Award for having been a part of the company when it started.


And here's the Mega Global family thanking everyone of the support and love throughout the years, and looking forward to another 40 Mega Global Years.


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