“The Negros Bloggers, Media, Skyscraper City-Bacolod and company’s Executives “


It was a fun day for the Negros Bloggers, Media and  friends of Merzci Pasalubong in their grand opening at SM City Bacolod.

To better served it’s customers, the new and improved  Merzci SM-North  which was originally located at the ground floor was moved to its new strategic  location at the 3rd Floor of SM City Bacolod – Right beside the main entrance of SMX Convention Center.


Bacolod’s First Lady Josefa Puentebella and  Senior Area Manager , Chez Canoy cutting the ceremonial ribbon

The company had  undergone a rebranding process from Merci to Merzci last October 2014. The new and improved  Merzci consistently remain as  the most preferred pasalubong and continuously produce high quality products. The company has been very aggressive and  opened more than 40 outlets.

MERZCI, a family business that started in 1995, is the market brand of CM &Sons Food Products Inc. It begins as a small bakery supplying breads to a single store in Libertad Market in Bacolod City, and soon evolved to produce pasalubong products, water and fast food serving delicious and affordable food for Bacolenos and Negrosanon.


For nearly two decades, Merzci products became available in the different branches and dealers in the Negros Island and Iloilo and even reaching as far as Tuguegarao City in the North, Zamboanga City, Manila, Cebu, and Panay. Some products are also exported by distributors to Canada, the USA, and other parts of the globe.

The SM-North branch  is one of the company’s pasalubong center that is open daily from 10:00AM – 9:00PM.

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  1. Yes, definitely a must have! My friends and relatives from Bacolod always bring us these goodies when they come visit. I so miss Bacolod, too! 🙂

  2. How to pronounce that name properly? Seeing the name made me think on how to pronounce it and they might find it funny if I did it wrong. 😀

    But this may be a shop for tourists who want to buy “pasalubong” for their loved ones back home for them to taste the delicacies made in Bacolod. 🙂

  3. This is where pasalubong great treats are in. Sana may branch din sa Metro.

  4. It’s a great place for pasalubong especially we have a lot of balikbayan going back to the country.

  5. I haven't tasted their bread yet, they don't have a branch here in Davao. But, based on your post, this PASALUBONG thingy they have is a must!

  6. Yay! Idol Ed Joven is there! Great grand opening for sure!

  7. You have a successful business with Merci Pasalubong for love ones. Are there any branch out there here in luzon?

  8. Now I know where to buy pasalubong whenever I visit Bacolod. Now what is Merzci’s best seller?

  9. This is the first time I heard of this store. I didn’t know that there was a branded store for “pasalubong”. Congratulations to Merzci!

  10. It’s nice to know that Merzci is now in SM North.
    Pinoys love pasalubong, so expect that a lot will visit this newly opened branch.

    Will check it when I visit SM North.

  11. I love biscocho and the other pasalubong favorites at Merci. It's been quite a while since I last went to Bacolod, I hope to go to the Masskara this year. 😉

  12. Congratulations to Merzci for being very successful with the business. Many Filipinos really love getting their families pasalubong especially great local food to share. OFWs / balikbayans will also appreciate their products the most. 🙂

  13. What are the pasalubongs being sold at Merzci?

  14. This makes me want to try it, Is Merzci available in the US? I love the ambiance of the place

  15. It’s nice to see Merzci expanding further to SM North. Pinoys really love pasalubongs and this is a wider market for Merzci.

  16. I haven’t encountered Merci’s products before. But they must be so yummy if they’re already so popular. Where in Manila are they available?

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