Jack 'n Jill Opens Snack Factory in KidZania Manila

Jack ‘n Jill partnered with KidZania Manila to launch the Jack ‘n Jill Snack Factory.

At the Jack ‘n Jill Snack Factory, kids can can play the role of Snack Engineers creating Piattos, Chiz Curls, Roller Coaster, and Chippy – some of Jack ‘n Jill snacks in the market. To make the experience as realistic and immersive as possible, the Snack Factory features specially designed machines that simulate the processes of making snacks.  It also has snack designing cutters, dough ingredients, and various flavors which the kids can use to make Jack ‘n Jill products.

“We’re very happy to be part of KidZania as this partnership promises to bring a whole new level of learning and enjoyment to children,” said Lance Gokongwei, President and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Robina Corporation (URC). “At the Jack ‘n Jill Factory, kids can learn the value of hard work and discipline through a fun-filled experience as they create Jack ‘n Jill Snacks.”

URC’s Jack 'n Jill is a megabrand that offers one of the most diverse portfolios of snack food products in the Philippines. Its salty snacks which includes brands such as Chippy, Piattos, Mang Juan and Chiz Curls, have been part of the Pinoy snacking experience for decades.

KidZania Manila features over 100 activities and allows kids to gain a deeper understanding of how the world functions. Apart from being Snack Engineers at the Jack ‘n Jill Snack Factory, kids can also be doctors out to save the world, star in their own TV or radio program, and take passengers to their chosen destination as a pilot. By taking on jobs at the play city’s various establishments, kids can earn kidZos, the official KidZania currency, that they can choose to spend, invest or save, teaching them the value of money.

Go behind the scenes and find out how snacks are made at the Jack ‘n Jill Snack Factory in KidZania Manila. Know more about ticket prices and schedules by visiting manila.kidzania.com.

Jack ‘n Jill welcomes kids to a fun-filled learning experience with its Jack ‘n Jill Snack factory in KidZania Manila. In the photo are (from left to right) Universal Robina Corporation (URC) VP and Group Head for Marketing Edwin Totanes; URC Group Product Manager for Snacks Ara Pascual; URC President and Chief Executive Officer Lance Gokongwei; URC Marketing Manager for Snacks Angeline Go; and URC VP Marketing for Snacks Teree Eugenio.