Tag Archives: Food

Kinampay Ube

  Kinampay ube The Ubi or Purple Yam (Dioscorea alata) is an essential and healthy crop in the Philippines and considered a high value rootcrop. Bohol, with its agricultural lands, grows many varieties of this expensive root crop. Sandy loam or silt loam fertile, well-drained soil areas with temperature ranging from 25°C to 30°C are ideal zones for… Read More »

Maritangtang

  Fisherfolks in Barangay Nalvo, Santa Maria in Ilocos Sur harvest their sea urchins locally known as “Maritangtang” which are being sold for Php 130 to Php 150 per kilo. (@philippinestar) You may want to read: Wasay-wasay

Consigna’s Best

  Make your coffee breaks more satisfying with these combo-perfect kakanins by Consigna’s Best. Made especially by Wilmar Consigna, SLP Participant from Cagayan de Oro City. Mula sa PagSibol, Hanggang sa PagSulong. Consigna’s Best is a product not only of grit and sheer determination but also of the concerted efforts of several government entities providing service to families… Read More »

How much is tilapia in the Philippines?

  How much is tilapia in the Philippines? As of the 4th week of May 2020, the price monitoring of priority species by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources are as follows: Tilapia – Php 140 per kilo as of August 11, 2020 Bangus – Php130-Php180 per kilo Galunggong – Php100-Php160 per kilo You may want to… Read More »

Nutribun in Philippines

  Nutribun in Philippines The “nutribun” helped combat hunger in public school children in the 1970s. Today, San Miguel Corporation has revived this life-saving bread solely to distribute for free to less-fortunate communities. Here’s what’s inside the 2020 version nutribun:  Baked fresh every day – nutribuns are baked daily at San Miguel Foods’ Ready-to-Eat Food Facility in Sta.… Read More »