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Wei Wei Cold Store Booth at MAFBEX

Wei Wei, the leading importer and distributor of frozen food in the Philippines, specifically its popular hotpot products and meatballs, joins the other food and beverage distributors at the Manila Foods and Beverages Expo (MAFBEX). This is at the World Trade Center, East Wing Tent A, from July 22-26, 2015.





Wei Wei Cold Store, popularly referred to as Wei Wei, is one of the leading importer and distributor of frozen processed foods in the Philippines. With special focus on hotpot products, processed seafood and meatballs, our products are specially designed to meet different demands of the food industry. Established on 1996, Wei Wei Cold Store started as a small local retail store in Aranque, Sta. Cruz, Manila catering to local consumers on a per item basis. Through diligent efforts, hard work and proper management, we are able to increase the product line and cater wide variety of products for different markets like hotels and restaurants. In 2008, Wei Wei successfully penetrated major groceries and supermarkets like SM Supermarket, Hypermarket, WalterMart, Puregold and Rustan's. By 2012, Wei Wei was incorporated under TUIDEA CORPORATION and has progressed into a company that manages a widespread distribution channels, bringing in quality frozen processed foods from various countries such as Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia and Thailand. In 2013, Wei Wei expanded and successfully opened its first branch in Farmers Market, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City.

Wei Wei's continued success is attributed to our goal of offering the finest quality, delicious and healthy products to consumers. It has always been our endeavor to constantly strive to bring more fresh, innovative and unique products into the market. Wei Wei's topmost priority is the assurance that our products goes through careful and thorough selection process, not only in taste but it overall quality while maintaining a value-for-money excellence. We believe that a winning attitude, innovative marketing strategies and strong retail support is our edge in maintaining good relationship with our customers. Thus, the name Wei Wei has continued to be a brand trusted for more than a decade.

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