San Miguel Foods Inc. Supports Agrilink 2012

San Miguel Foods Inc. (SMFI), through its flagship animal feeds brand B-MEG, sponsored Agrilink 2012, the country's largest agribusiness trade fair held at the World Trade Center in Pasay City last October 4 to 6. B-MEG introduced its newest products-Premium Hog Pellets, Integra, Alertone and San Miguel Animal Health Care products-at the event, organized by the Foundation for Resource Linkage and Development Inc. (FRLD). B-MEG also conducted a hog raising seminar and free consultations with veterinarians and nutritionists. In photo formalizing the partnership are Dr. Leo A. Obviar, SMFI-Meats and Poultry general manager; Antonio V. Roces, FRLD president; and Dr. Norman C. Ramos, SMFI-Feeds Business general manager.

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