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PCPPI to offer livelihood program to returning OFWs
December 09, 2020

Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc. (PCPPI)—the exclusive manufacturer of PepsiCo beverages in the Philippines—recently created a livelihood program coined as PEPSIKAP (Kabuhayan Para sa Balikbayan) to extend assistance to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who lost their jobs due to the socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

With PEPSIKAP, PCPPI aims to bring opportunities closer to overseas workers and their families by offering them to become community distributors or wholesalers. The program is not only for OFWs but also for the families they left here who want an additional source of income.

 

For as low as Php 15,000 minimum capital, the OFWs or their families can already have a PEPSIKAP starter kit package consisting of products, resources, training sessions, and financial assistance. PCPPI also has a dedicated representative who will train and help OFW applicants on account development and management to make their business sustainable.

 

The company is also collaborating with the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to include PEPSIKAP in their livelihood offering to returning OFWs.

 

“We recognize our OFWs as modern-day heroes. They remain as among the strongest pillars of our economy. As a significant part of nation-building, PCPPI believes that it is right to pay it forward and help them and their families pivot and restart in this very difficult time through our PEPSIKAP program,” said Frederick D. Ong, PCPPI President and CEO.

 

Interested OFWs, their families, and other potential distribution partners may directly link up with PCPPI to become part of PEPSIKAP via their e-commerce site, pepsiproducts.ph, call the company at 02888PEPSI (0288873334), or send an email at pepsicustomerservice@pcppi.com.ph.

 

PCPPI is known as the manufacturer of well-known beverage brands such as Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, 7-Up, Mirinda, Mug, Gatorade, Tropicana, Lipton, Sting, and Premier. Across the country, it supports approximately 3,500 jobs through its extensive Distribution Network and operates 12 manufacturing plants that serve over 700,000 outlets.