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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 7:55 am 
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Now here's a businessman who knows the power of listening to his clientelle! It's basic supply and demand, the dmand is there and if you supply the products, your business will succeed.
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Despite its above-average pricing, though, the store is expanding, with a recently opened branch at Alabang Town Center. In fact, in 15 years the retail chain has turned into a business empire, with 17 shops in Metro Manila, Pampanga, Clark, Cebu and Davao.

“We’ve found out that parents have the same problem—nahihirapan sa diet ng mga bata,” Sia relates. “This is usually due to allergies, which can be traced to additives in food. They come and share their stories with us. That’s how we learn which products to carry in the store.”

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