Profood Gallery Tours Terms and Conditions 

I am of legal age, requesting for a factory tour at Profood International Corp. on the date specified on the form. I hereby guarantee to adhere to the policies, rules and regulations of Profood International Corporation which granted my request to conduct the Profood Gallery tour in their company.

Our group will abide by the safety measures implemented during our tour and we also understand that it is our sole responsibility to conduct ourselves in an orderly and disciplined manner while inside the company premises.

  Basic company policy for company tour :
  • 1. Picture taking / video taking in the factory is not allowed.
  • 2. Picture taking is only allowed at the "Gallery".
  • 3. Smoking, eating and/or drinking at anytime in the factory, gallery, and giftshoppe, and within its premises are prohibited.
  • 4. People in barefoot not allowed to join tour for safety purposes.
  • 5. Tour guides / tour coordinators are encouraged to stay at the reception area of the Gallery building's ground floor (beside AVR) while waiting for the group to finish the tour.

**Tour guides/coordinators on their first tour of the company can opt to join the tour or to stay at the designated waiting area.

 

Lastly we absolve Profood International Corporation from any obligation / responsibility for any accident / incident / misplaced belongings that might occur in the course of our tour.

 

Tickets to be purchased at company prior to the commencement of the tour.

 

Admission fee : P 200 per pax.

 

Students (show valid school I.D.) & children (12 years old & below) = P 100 per pax.

 

Minimum # pax per tour : 10 pax. Less than 10 pax, tourist can be accommodated but tourist has to pay the minimum 10 pax tour fee.

 

Tickets to be purchased at company prior to the commencement of the tour.

Gallery - 9 AM - 5 PM (Monday-Saturday) Gift Shoppe - 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM (Monday-Saturday)
1. How long is the tour?
The tour length is approximately one to one-and-a-half (1 - 1.5) hours but you can spend as much time as you want to in the giftshoppe.

2. What should I wear?
Wear something comfortable since you have to climb stairs during the tour. However, the Profood Gallery is also handicap-friendly.

3. Do you accept credit cards?
The Profood Gallery accepts credit cards at the giftshoppe but not for the tour admission fee.

4. Can I take pictures and / or videos?
Yes, you can take pictures in the gallery and the giftshoppe, but photo and / or video taking are not allowed in the theaters and during the plant tour.

5. What can I see on the tour?
During the tour, you can see how processed food products are being made from the Philippine mango. You also learn how mangoes are grown, and the unique characteristics of the Philippine mango.

6. What does the admission fee cover?
The admission fee covers the factory tour and the entrance fee to our gallery’s facilities (the museum and theaters). This fee aids in the upkeep of the Profood Gallery.

7. When is the best time to come for a tour if I want to see mango processing during the plant tour?
Profood International Corporation actually processes about 15 types of tropical fruits so mango processing is usually scheduled in the morning. However, we also have videos showing the mango processing plants in full operation in the factory’s various viewing rooms if you happen to be touring the factory while other fruits are being processed.

8. Is smoking allowed?
Smoking is not allowed in the factory. If you really need to smoke, please ask the tour guides where the smoking areas are located.

9. Are eating and drinking allowed?
Eating and drinking are not allowed during the tour and in the giftshoppe. This is to help keep the facilities clean and avoid confusion (particularly in the giftshoppe where food and beverages are being sold).

10. Should I book a tour in advance before going to the Profood Gallery?
If you are part of a large group (15 or more), please contact us 3-4 days in advance through phone, email, or filling out the form on this website before coming to the gallery so we can make sure a tour guide is available for you and your group.
Smaller groups can come in anytime during the gallery’s operating hours, but it would still be better for you to contact us a day in advance so that a tour guide will be waiting for you when you arrive at the gallery.

11. Is there a minimum number of people for the tour?
Yes, we accommodate a minimum of 10 people per group. If your group is composed of less than 10 persons, we can still tour you but you have to pay the admission fee equivalent to 10 people.