Greenville Agro Corporation

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Greenville Agro Corporation

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Address 6th St. cor. Lapu-lapu Avenue, San Antonio Village Lahug, Cebu City, Cebu, 6000
Phone + 63 32 231-2836
Website Greenville Agro Corporation
Business email info@greenville-agro.com
Payments Methods Cash

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Greenville Agro Corporation (GAC) stands proud today. From a modest start in 1990, it emerged as one of the country’s largest export-oriented companies, right at the onset of the New Millennium.

GAC is a manufacturer and exporter of Banana Chips, Desiccated Coconut, Virgin Coconut Oil, Coconut Fiber, Coconut Peat, Coconut Chips, and Dried Fruits. GAC’s plant is located in General Santos City, Philippines, a land of dazzling cultural splendor and agricultural promises. The island’s abundant natural wealth led the company to diversify and produce quality products to the global market.

In support of its Corporate Mission to be the No. 1 producer and exporter of world-class food products in the Philippines, GAC aims to meet and satisfy international food safety requirements.Year after year, it strategically invests in machinery and equipment to meet related customer demands and delivery deadlines. It also engages in continuous manpower training to ensure optimum returns in all aspects of the company’s operations.



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