Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs

Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs

Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs

Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs are a favorite brand here in the Philippines. This is true for kids and those that love being kids. Hotdogs are presented in a different way in the Philippines – It becomes a favorite for breakfast.

 

Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs Overall Review

Kids can tell if a hotdog is delicious or not. I can too. I can tell if it’s a TJ hotdog. TJ hotdogs are known for being firm yet tender. It doesn’t have much of that artificial flavor that you get from cheap hotdogs. This is why it is also known for being a premium hotdog.

 

One thing I look for in a hotdog is the meaty flavor. Of course the Purefoods tender juicy hotdog has it. I wouldn’t be reviewing this if it wasn’t. Growing up with the TJ hotdogs was a treat. The TJ hotdogs doesn’t have that reddish coloring. I think they hardly ever tried to put any extenders in their hotdogs. I remember having a fieldtrip at their plant; it was amazing how the hotdogs were lined up and I just became hungry straight from Lunch.

 

Overall, this is my favorite hotdogs of all time. Basically because I grew up with it and that all things became simple when I ate my treat.

 

Purefoods TJ hotdogs Vs. Other Brands

There are other brands that can face up to the Tender Juicy Hotdogs of Purefoods. I can name some. But being a fan of the company and the product itself, I would go to Purefoods Hotdogs all the way. I don’t discount other brands, I too eat Swift Mighty Meaty Hotdogs and I experiment on Foot long hotdogs. In fact, I have a favorite Foot Long hotdog in Star.

 

The pricing also matters too. Purefoods Hotdogs are known to be a little more expensive than others. This is a premium product anyway. If I am tight at my budget, I would go for the next best thing. If not, I am TJ all the way. Now that I have a job – It’s always TJ hotdogs.

 

The Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs Basketball Team

Part of me says that I will be a true Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs Fan because of the Basketball team and the San Miguel Franchise as a whole. I still remember Jerry Codinera, the defese minister and Captain Lion heart Alvin Patrimonio. These guys were heroes in the 90’s. They were simply phenomenal – having won championships and individual awards. Today’s team is just as good with players like James Yap and Marc Pingris. Although the Team’s names have changed, they are still the same franchise.

 

Purefoods Hotdogs Manufacturing

Purefoods hotdogs are manufactured by San Miguel Foods and Hormel. San Miguel, one of the leading companies in the Philippines has a knack for quality and marketing as well.  Hormel on the other hand is from Netherlands, specializing on meat processing, providing quality to their products. The main product of Purefoods hotdogs is the Tender Juicy Hotdogs or the TJ hotdogs.

With San Miguel Corporation handling the business, they are now as competitive as ever. They are just as good. The Purefoods tender Juicy Hotdogs Classic flavor is still in the top of the list for Filipino Grocers.

The TJ Hotdogs are now distributed in even more outlets in the Philippines. These gain more access to the market. It is easier to find these hotdogs that are even available in common wet markets, escaping the limitations of grocery stores and malls.

 

Purefoods Hotdogs Company Profile and History

Today, the company operating under the San Miguel Corporation is known as Purefoods-Hormel. They are the largest producer of processed meat in the Philippines. The original Purefoods Company was established in 1956. Hormel entered the scene in 1999, changing the name to Purefoods-Hormel. San Miguel later purchased 60% of the company while the other 40% is still at the ownership of Hormel.

 

Purefoods-Hormel manufactures other meat products as listed below:

PUREFOODS Corned Beef

PUREFOODS Luncheon Meat

PUREFOODS FIESTA HAM

PUREFOODS FUN NUGGETS ™

PUREFOODS Classic Honeycured Bacon

PUREFOODS Sweet Ham

PUREFOODS Cooked Ham

PUREFOODS STAR Hotdog

 

 

The Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs Commercials

Purefoods hotdogs has a reputation of having the best commercial. This is part of their success. The three commercials are just examples of their advertising campaigns. From Kid endorsers to power couples, they have made it a point to reach out to the public and let them know of their product.

 

Judy Anne Santos, Ryan Agoncillo and Kids

The Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs commercials are the best in the Filipino advertisement scene. Current endorsers include Judy Anne Santos and Ryan Agoncillo – The Filipino power couple. They are joined by their kids and make a very good team. The family showcases the “Now and Then” or “Noon and Ngayon” them. This commercial aims to turn the focus to Purefoods hotdog’s 20 year history of hotdog excellence.  2 Decades of meat goodness.



 

TJ Hotdog “Goodbye Carlo” Commercial

The most remembered TJ hotdogs commercial would be the “Good bye Carlo” Commercial. This featured Patrick Garcia and some fat girl that won’t let go of her Tender Juicy Hotdogs. This is an overall fun commercial that was loved by everyone.


 The “Kids Can Tell” Tag line

This tagline was a huge hit in the Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs commercialization. This was just used recently. The “Kids Can Tell” commercial provided focus on the kids’ favorite hotdog and that these juveniles can tell if you give them a different brand. Quite interestingly – it is true.

 

 

Purefoods Exports

Purefoods exports their products to different countries. The following countries are served with the different products of Purefoods Hormel including the Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs: Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan, Australia, Brunei, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Guam, Singapore, Cambodia, Korea, Papua New Guinea, Micronesia, Palau, Thailand and Pacific Islands, United States of America, Canada.

This means Filipinos from all over the World can now enjoy their favorite Purefoods products.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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