Grocery Products Arranged Into Display of Philippine Flag

Merchandiser Goes Viral After Arranging Grocery Products Into Display of Philippine Flag

PHILIPPINE FLAG – A merchandiser of a supermarket in Zamboanga City has arranged the grocery products into the display of the Philippine flag.

A Facebook user named Dinabel Toribio Agana has shared the photos of grocery products, which were arranged into a display of the Philippine flag. The post goes viral online and garnered various reactions from the online community.

The shoppers at the Grandmega Supermart in Zamboanga City were surprised after seeing the products at snack section, which were arranged by colors.

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The merchandisers of the “local snack brand Oishi” created the products’ colors and converted some of the shelves. The products were converted into the symbol of the three stars and a sun, and all.

The grocery employee shows creativity for making a Flag-inspired shelf display post, which can help to attract more customers. A lot of shoppers admired the merchandiser for being nationalistic.

Meanwhile, some customers hesitated to pick up snacks from the shelves fearing to ruin the display.

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Merchandiser is an employee hired by a company to contribute to the sale of products to a retail consumer. They usually display products that are for sale in a creative way that entices customers to purchase more items or products.

Here is the full post:

Shout Out sa Diser ng OISHI products Ainer Amier Grandmega Supermart- Yubenco Putik lang ang SAKALAM

Hindi lang basta diser may pang Oishi Philippines Flag Display pa.. Mabuhay Philippines Mabuhay GMS Putik..





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The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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