VIRGINIA NATURAL

9:26 PM |
Named after their grandmother, this necklace represents everything about her; feminine yet strong, breath-taking and classy. Myriads of natural-colored mother of pearl flowers and fresh water pearls are draped together to form this necklace. Black ribbon makes this piece adjustable in length.

Cayetano Legacy Collection, Inc. was founded by three sisters Karen Cayetano Leano, Gail Cayetano and Christine Cayetano Brigino, after recognizing a need for women’s jewelry and handbags showcasing the beautifully sourced material from the Philippine Islands. As first generation Filipino Americans these sisters wanted to bring worldwide attention to the beauty coming from this lush country, while also giving back to the nation that has given them their heritage.


SOURCE:
CAYETANO LEGACY COLLECTION, INC
info@cayetanolegacy.com
P: (310) 625 4634

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Geo-Textile Nets and Coco Logs

9:33 PM |
Geo Textiles Nets


100% hand spun coir mixed fiber with 30 to 35 curls per foot and a thickness range from 5mm to 8mm. Very though and durable with a breaking strength of 25 to 35 lbs.

A wide selection of applications such as soil erosion control, landscaping projects, stream bank stabilization, and hillside slope cover.
Coco Logs

Soriano Multipurpose Fiber Corporation positioned itself as a viable solution to climate change in a presentation entitled “Coco-Coir: An Eco-Product for a Changing Climate”, to the largest international environmental fair and conference in Asia.

The event dubbed as the Eco-products International Fair (EPIF) 2009 is a response to commitments made in the 1997 Kyoto Protocol which aims to reduce greenhouse gases and promote emissions trading. By showcasing ecologically-viable products, the organizers believe that government enti, businesses, private organizations, and the publik will contribute to the development of a sustainable society.

Soriano EcoFiber, a FSSI subsidiary company, also showcased its cocofiber, cocopeat, geonets and flat plant liners that attracted several individual consumers, gardeners, architects and builders.

OTHER PRODUCTS:

  • Coco Peats
  • Coco Plant Liner




SOURCE:

Soriano Multi-purpose Fiber Corporation
198 Love St., St. Joseph Subd., Almanza, Las Pinas City,
San Pablo City, Philippines
Tel: (632) 543-9859/9860/801-9565
Fax: (632) 801-9565

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Organic Mascovado Sugar

8:51 PM |
Muscovado is pure, whole, unrefined, and non-centrifugal cane sugar that retains all of the sugarcane’s natural minerals. Muscovado sugar has calcium, phosphorous, iron, potassium, and sodium that combine for healthy food sweetener. Only pure honey can compare to muscovado in natural benefits.

The name “Mascobado” was coined from the word “mas” which means masses or ordinary people. This was intended to show that the sugar was manufactured to contrast other sugar products made by various multinational milling companies and other “hacienderos”. It was the year 1987 when the Mascovado sugar was first shipped to Philippines’ neighboring country, the Japan. Then in 1992, ATC made Alter Trade Manufacturing Corporation as an official handler of the sugar cane milling company.

Alter trade was borne out of the hunger epidemic that struck Negros in the 1980s, when sugar prices plummeted in the world market sending thousands of farm workers and their families into poverty and starvation. Initial relief efforts to meet the needs of the communities were insufficient. Thus, efforts were focused on how to orient aid extended to the families towards long-term rehabilitation and self-sufficiency. Efforts focused on equipping the families with the skills, practices and tools to help them break away from their situation. Sustainable agriculture that avoids the use of destructive of chemicals and pollutants was also espoused


SOURCE:

Altertrade Manufacturing Corp.
Brgy. Calumangan, Bago City,
Negros Occidental, Philippines
Telephone: (034) 731-3026


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Napoleones

8:38 PM |
It's like croissant with a sweeter twist. Comes in square, bite-sized flaky crust with a creamy custard cream, topped with light sugar icing.

This product was introduced in the late 90's and has become one of our bestsellers. If you plan to give it as a pasalubong, just make sure to have your Napoleones refrigerated or chilled to extend its shelf life.

We only bake enough quantities for a day, so it's a nice idea to call us and pick it up so you can have one freshly baked.

Ingreditents: Flour, Butter, Confectioner’s Sugar, Sugar, Eggs, Milk.

Shelf Life: Lasts five (5) days if chilled.





Variants

  • Assorted tarts (mango, caramel,
  • cheese, pastillas de manga,
  • pineapple, macapuno, langka)
  • Pineapple empanaditas
  • Galletas
  • Special biscocho
  • Piaya
  • Pinasugbo
  • Barquillos
  • Barqueron
  • Sugar twist
  • Cinnamon twist
  • Napoleones
  • Chocolate treasures
  • Butterscotch
  • Food for the gods
  • Camias twirl
  • Cakes and other pastries



SOURCE:

Virgie’s Homemade Products
59 San Sebastian Street
Bacolod City, Negros Occidental,
Philippines 6100
Telephone
+63(34) 434-1788
+63(34) 434-1588
TeleFax
+63(34) 434-6188
Website: www.virgieshomemade.com
Email: virgieshomemade@yahoo.com

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Kundol Candy by Sweet Candies

7:36 PM |
White gourd, or ash gourd, popularly known as Kundol in the Philippines, is one of the favorite vegetable eaten by many Filipinos. In some Chinese restaurants, white gourd or kundol was used in soups. White gourd or kundol was readily available and highly affordable.


San Jose Multi-Purpose Cooperative

The cooperative started on July 2,1992 with a very small sari-sari store. It was organized by a group of farmers in the barangay who were watching over the garlic plantation of the barangay. the farmers were given incentives in the form of the products. Because of this, they were able to generate funds out of the garlic which they sold in the amount of Php. 5,000.00 which served as the initial share capital of 40 members or Php. 120 share capital per member. The San Jose Multi-purpose Cooperative was registered with the Cooperative Development Authority through the help of the Department of Agriculture on October 8, 1992 with REGISTRATION NUMBER DAG-2285.

The store became bigger with the help of Gov. Rodolfo C. Farinas who gave a grant of Php. 5,000.00. Year 2000, the small capital became big and the store concreted because of the unity of the members and good management of the officers. Php. 50,000.00 was given by DOLE as a grant used to build a processing building for the Candy Making project. The start-up capital was given by DSWD. Grant also was given by the Dept. of Trade and Industry to the Loom Weaving Industry and Binakol Craft amounting to Php. 20,000.00.


SOURCE:

SWEET CANDIES
Brgy 20, San Jose, Sarrat,
Ilocos Norte, Philippines
Mobile #: +639083873365
Email: tarigaermerlyn@yahoo.com


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Nipa Palm Syrup

7:16 PM |
Nipa syrup contains 24.77% moisture content, 5.86% ash, 0.41% fat, 2.1% protein and 67.04% carbohydrates. Nipa syrup obtained a pH value of 4.6, titratable acidity of 1.30%, water activity of 0.614 and a viscosity of 27.136 Pa’s . Nipa syrup also has 90* Brix, 21.45% total sugars, and 19.35% reducing sugars.

Nipa syrup was found to be most active against E. coli and C. albicans

Nipa syrup demonstrated 42.19% radical scavenging activity, based on the results of the DPPH assay. Antimicrobial and antioxidant activities could be attributed to the presence of phenolics. Total phenolics content of nipa syrup is 29.7099 mg/ 100 ml GAE.(nipasyrup.blogspot.com)


Milagros Enriquez, matriarch of the Enriquez family of San Jose, Bulacan, and author of the book “Kasaysayan ng Kaluto ng Bayan,” started Pamana ni Ka Mila Food Products in 2000.

The matriarch shared her knowledge with daughter-in-law Czarina who now owns and manages the business. One of the most valuable ideas she has shared with Czarina is her knowledge of nipa, and the potential of sukang sasa, which comes from nipa.

Today, the company’s “Sukang Bulacan” and “Tuba ng Sasa” are exported to the US, France and Japan.



SOURCE:


Pamana ni Ka Mila
278 Molina St., Brgy. San Jose, Bulacan, Bulacan, Philippines
Telephone: +63 (044) 792-0124
E-mail: tubavinegar@yahoo.com


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Roated Crispy Pili Nuts

6:48 PM |
Pili nuts at its barest and purest when the roasted brown coat is peeled. No Sugar, no salt. No whatever. Just the natural taste of the nut, after a tender roast. It turns everyone "nuts", especially the health conscious.

J. EMMANUEL PASTRIES, which started as a backyard scale pili nut producer in 1997, is now a small enterprise with an asset size of P 10 million. The company experienced increasing sales from 1997 to present due to its aggressive production and marketing strategies. Additional investments for modern production and packaging equipment and tools resulted to increased production capacity and ultimately led to new markets.

The company has strictly complied with the government regulations particularly imposed by Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) and the required bar coding by big retail establishments.


Product Lines / Variants

  • Pili tart
  • Coco jam
  • Crispy pili nut with honey
  • Roasted pili nut
  • Salted pili nut with garlic
  • Sampaloc candy
  • Banana chips
  • Sesame seeds



SOURCE:

J.Emmanuel Pastries
Jacana St. RJ Village
Haring, Canaman,
Camarines Sur, Philippines
Phone/Fax: (6354) 474.5160
Email: jempastries@yahoo.com



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Crispy Dilis (Anchovies)

6:34 PM |
Description: Fried Anchovies cooked in teriyaki Style
Ingredients: Dried Anchovies(Fish), Sugar , Coconut Oil, Spices , Chili, FD&C Yellow no. 5&6 and MSG
Net Wt: 40g (1.41oz)
QTY Per Box: 40g x 37
Packaging : Aluminum foil pouch (food grade)
Shelf Life: 1 year

Toscano’s Seakid (brand name) crispy dilis and pusit are processed from dried anchovies and squid harvested from Palawan. The products are packed in stand up aluminum pouches (25g) and are marketed locally and for export.

Crispy dilis and pusit are good as snacks, appetizers, and can also be used as toppings.

Toscano Food Industry, a company dedicated in manufacturing only high quality seafood snack products in terms of the raw materials input ,ingredients, physical appearance, packaging and taste through innovative techniques, time and our trademark recipes for the satisfaction and delight of our customers in both local and export market.

Ready To Eat Seafood Snacks

  • Seakid Crispy Dilis (Anchovies) Regular, Cooked as Teriyaki Style
  • Seakid Crispy Dilis (Anchovies) Spicy, Cooked as Teriyaki Style
  • Seakid Crispy Pusit (Squid) Regular, Cooked as Teriyaki Style
  • Seakid Crispy Pusit ( Squid) Spicy , Cooked as Teriyaki Style
  • Seakid Mixed Dilis (Acnhovies) & Pusit(Squid) , Cooked as Teriyaki Style


Dried Seafood Products
  • Dried Anchovies
  • Dried Squid
  • Tuyo
  • Dried Alamang
  • Danggit
  • Dried Sapsap




SOURCE:

Toscano Food Industry
5 Rosal St., Merville, Tanza,
Navotas, Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone: (632) 281-5848
Fax: (632) 871-8066/283-6167
Email: seakid@gmail.com

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Pork and Beef Jerky

7:56 AM |
Raw materials for Padla’s processed meat products are “AA” certified by the NMIS and locally sourced. These are available in 50g, 100g, 150g, and 200g packaging. The products have a shelf life of 3 to 4 months from date of production.

Pork and beef jerky are ready to eat from the pack and are ideal for snacks and viand.

These are marketed in Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Cebu, Iloilo, and Bacolod.

Padla's Homemade Products is a single proprietor- ship engaged in meat products processing. It was established in 1990 and is registered with the DTI and BFAD.

Padla's started in the business as a distributor of pork jerky, locally known as “tapa”. Aware of the need to diversify its product line, the company developed its own beef “tapa” and started producing commercially in 1991.

SOURCE:


Padla's Homemade Products
340 Lourdes-Corrales Street,
Apovel Subdivision, Bulua,
Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines
Telephone: (08822) 735-003
Email: g_padla@yahoo.com


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Guaranfood Wasabi Dressing

7:49 AM |
Guaranfood Wasabi Dressing is a semisolid emulsion composed primarily of vegetable edible oil, eggs and vinegar. It contains an assortment of seasoning and spices. It has a strong, biting taste. It is usually used as dips for Japanese foods like sashimi and in various types of sea foods. Available in 250ml bottle.

Guaranfood Manufacturing was estab- lished in 1988 in Region IV A, with minimal capital investment and manpower support. Its product then was only the Hawaiian ham, and its office and factory were housed in a small lot within the family residence.

In 1989, the company shifted to the production of condiments and the Hawaiian ham became a seasonal product during the Christmas season. With a growing demand for its quality products, the company shifted from a backyard-type of enterprise to a fully commercialized food processing business. In 1995, Guaranfood transferred to its current location and started producing various types of dressings. This served as the catalyst in the growth of GFM.

Product Lines / Variants

Condiments
•Banana ketchup•Tomato sauce•Tomato catsup•Sweet
chili sauce•Hot sauce•Cane vinegar•Spicy cane
vinegar•Lechon sauce•Green mango sauce•Carrot
sauce•Tamarind sauce•Soy sauce
Pickles
•Sweet pickle chips
•Sweet pickle relish
•Sweet whole pickles
Dressings
•All-purpose dressing
•Chicken spread
•Sandwich spread
•Sandwich dressing
•Thousand island
dressing
•Salad dressing


SOURCE:

Guaranfood Manufacturing
Everlasting St., Patria Village,
Del Remedio, San Pablo City
4000, Laguna, Philippines
Telephones: (049) 562-4846;
(02) 520-6064
Telefax: (+049) 562-4968; (02)
520-6004
Email: gfm@guaranfood.com.ph
and gfmsauces@yahoo.com


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Mango Bars and Biscocho

7:44 AM |
Trappist products are processed from the island’s abundant supply of fruits and nuts. Jams, jellies, and marmalades are filled in glass bottles (320g), while dried fruits are packed in plastic.

The products’ shelf life ranges from 9 months to 2 years.

Trappist Monastic Food Products is a religious, non-profit organization that has been in the business of processing locally abundant fruits for 20 years.

Located in Guimaras (Region VI), Trappist produces jams, marmalades, concentrates, and other dried products from the island's abundant supply of fruits and nuts. It is BFAD-registered and complies with GMP and other food safety requirements.

The establishment employs about 25 people. Its production capacity runs to about 1,000 to 25,000 packs/bottles per product per month. Trappist products are available in supermarkets, groceries, and “pasalubong” centers in various areas in the country.

Product Lines / Variants


  • Dried mango
  • Dried pineapple
  • Guava jelly
  • Calamansi marmalade
  • Calamansi concentrate
  • Calamansi jelly
  • Mango jam
  • Pineapple jam
  • Pineapple juice concentrate
  • Mango juice concentrate
  • Piaya


SOURCE:

Trappist Monastic Food Products
Our Lady of the Philippines
Abbey
San Miguel, Jordan, Guimaras
Mobile: +639189146240


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Squash Pancit Canton

10:24 PM |
Egg noodles with squash puree will shake your dining table upon serving. Surely it boost your appetite because of its delicious taste and filled with vitamin A. It is available in 250 g pack.

Ilocos Food Products (IFP) started as Ilocos Food Chichacorn in 1989 carrying solely chichacorn (crispyfried corn), a popular snack. Clemencia A. Padre, the vibrant owner of this single proprietorship type of business located in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur, Philippines experimented with other food business possibilities, given the abundant resources in her hometown.

Padre has vigorously pursued promotional activities and actively participated in locally and internationally organized trade fairs. Her efforts have been recognized in national and local exhibits and trade fairs. She has also garnered provincial awards as Most Outstanding Entrepreneur in the Manufacturing Sector (DA and NEDA) and the Regional Gawad Saka Award as Outstanding HVCC Processor, given by DA and the Regional Agricultural and Fishery Council.


SOURCE:

Ilocos Food Products
Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
Telephone Numbers: +63 (077) 722-2688
Fax: +63(077) 722-8737

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Pinipig Chocolate Coated Polvoron

10:10 PM |

Chocovron is a chocolate-coated pulvoron made from a perfect blend of toasted flour, butter, sugar and other ingredients compressed to form solid little cakes. These fragile little snacks are given a whole new twist by coating them with either dark bittersweet chocolate, creamy white chocolate or both. Raw materials are sourced locally. The product has a shelf-life of 3 to 4 months.

Chocovron has added specially selected flavors to pulvoron that compliment its buttery flavor, and crushed cookies and nuts to give the pulvoron both a distinct flavor and crunchy texture. Chocovrons are available in boxes of 6 and 12 pieces (with net content of 300 gms); and in plastic retail packs containing 12 pieces.



OTHER VARIANTS:

  • Pinipig-Squash 2in1-coated
  • Pinipig-Malunggay 2in1-coated
  • Pinipig-Ampalaya 2in1-coated
  • Ube white-coated
  • Strawberry white-coated
  • Pinipig white-coated
  • Pinipig-Choco chocolate-coated
  • Pinipig-2in1-coated
  • Peanut white-coated
  • Pandan white-coated
  • Melon white-coated
  • Durian white-coated
  • Cashew 2in1-coated
  • Graham 2-in-1 Coated
  • Graham White Coated
  • Graham Chocolate Coated
  • Cookies-n-Cream 2-in-1 Coated
  • Cookies-n-Cream White Coated
  • Cookies-n-Cream Chocolate Coated

ChocoVron Global Corp. started as a single proprietorship (family) venture through a husband-and-wife endeavor in 2003. After a free tasting spree among family members, neighbors and friends, a formulation for chocovron polvoron was perfected. The couple realized their first delivery of 10 packs around in the first quarter of 2003.

Production capacity now runs to about 1,000 packs a day or 26,000 packs a month. A product of Laguna (Region IV A), chocovron is now available around the country through dealership, and the network continues to grow. It now has 15 regular workers, and employs more during peak season.


SOURCE:

ChocoVron Global Corp.
San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines
Contact infos: 0922 868 4296 / 0922 882 1168
Email: chocovronjm@gmail.com
ChocoVron Global Corporation


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Bottled Calamansi Juice

9:53 PM |
Good Sense juices are processed from the best quality raw calamansi and dalandan. The products are classified as all natural since no preservative, artificial flavor, and colorant are added.

Good Sense fruit juice concentrates, drinks, and puree are manufactured using sanitary/hygienic processes to meet the stringent requirements of both local and foreign markets. The products come in PET bottles and PE bags (for puree/extracts) of various sizes. These are now available in commercial establishments like supermarkets, fast foods, restaurants, and school canteens.


Mapagmahal Foods, formerly Mapagmahal Distributors, started in 1998 as a wholesaler and distributor of another brand of calamansi juice concentrate. The company decided to take a big leap, and started to produce its own calamansi juice concentrate named Lemonada and market it internationally. Other products were also developed with the assistance of the ITDI in product development. In 2002, the company’s name was changed to Mapagmahal Foods to broaden its scope of business as manufacturer, wholesaler, and retailer of non-alcoholic beverages.


SOURCE:

Mapagmahal Foods
692 CRM Ave. St Joseph Park Almanza
Las Pinas City Philippines 1740
Tel No.: (632) 805-3980, 801-9620, 801-9621


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Leaves and Twigs

7:05 AM |
Trees are the main concept of this company. They use the leaves and twigs to form a different kinds of interior accessories. Using metal as main material, they produce unique wall art decors, floor pieces, vases, table stuffs and bowls.

























SOURCE:

Kasa de Prado
KC Prado
Mobile: +639157455530
Telephone: +63 02 4003695
Email: kasadeprado@rocketmail.com


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