Ministop opens first two stores in Iloilo

Ministop, one of the country's leading and fastest-growing 24/7 convenience store chains, continues to expand its presence across the country with the opening of its first two stores in Iloilo City at Robinsons Place Iloilo and La Paz, Iloilo.



The inaugural ceremonies commemorating the opening of the Ministop stores will be held on July 24 at the Ground Floor, Ledesma Wing, of Robinsons Place Iloilo at 12:00 NN and IPSTA Building, Luna Street, La Paz, Iloilo at 3:00 PM. Iloilo is the second province in the Visayas region where Ministop will have stores. Ministop first entered the province of Cebu in the Visayas region last 2012. It now has twelve stores in Cebu.

Having been in partnership with Japan's Ministop Co. Ltd. for 14 years, Ministop Philippines is now ranked as the second largest convenience store in the Philippines both in terms of store count and systemwide sales. It takes pride of its wide variety and range of affordable quality food products and excellent customer service. Ministop, managed by Robinsons Convenience Stores, Inc. (RCSI), now boasts of its over 400 stores to date. It is set to open around 100 new stores this year.



Known for offering a wide assortment of affordable groceries and ready-to-eat products such as fried chicken, Kariman, Chillz, rice toppers, soft serve ice cream, dimsum, sandwiches, pastas, pastries, salads and cakes, Ministop sets itself apart from its competitors with its in-house kitchen facility that churns out freshly cooked ready-to-eat products 24/7.


Ministop's best-selling and well-loved products include Uncle John's Fried Chicken and Ham and Cheese Kariman. (PR)

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