Among of the many popular bakeries in the Philippines includes a bakery that laid for a long time until it was brought forth by the largest fast-food chain in the Philippines, Jollibee Food Corporation, and is now dominating half of Filipino’s craving for premium cakes and pastries. Red Ribbon Bakery became the most popular bakery in the Philippines and on some of the major countries around the world such as in the US.
Since the time when Jollibee Food Corporation, a conglomerate of popular fast-food chains in the Philippines, acquired the Red Ribbon Bakery, its unique collection of delectable Red Ribbon Cake has become more and more scrumptious.
But other than that, what else do we know about the Red Ribbon? Red Ribbon is a popular fast-food chain and bakery in the Philippines and the United States, offering a wide range of premium cakes and pastries. The chain first served us with their scrumptious collection of cakes in 1979 in Quezon City along Timog Avenue and started franchising in 1999.
In 1984, the Red Ribbon Bakery first served its cakes in its US branch in West Covina, California. And on 2005, the Red Ribbon Bakery was acquired by one of the most popular fast food chain here in the Philippines, the Jollibee Food Corporation.
Today, there are now 170 branches of Red Ribbon Bakery serving their unique cakes all over the Philippines, and there are also 19 Red Ribbon branches across the United States.