Truffle Salted Egg Chips, Cold Brew, and More Will Be at This Local Food Fair
Check out the finds in store for you!
(SPOT.ph) If you’re always on the lookout for new and interesting finds to fill your pantry with, food fairs are your best bet. One great one to check out is 5th Philippine Harvest. Organized by the Department of Agriculture, this local gourmet market supports local entrepreneurs, who showcase local produce like fruits, vegetables, chocolates, and more. Not only are you supporting homegrown businesses, but you’re also discovering tasty finds you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. 5th Philippine Harvest will run from June 16 to June 18 at Central Square, Bonifacio Global City.
Check out some of the finds in store for you:
Auro Chocolate pride themselves in being a bean-to-bar Filipino company, using only cacao beans from Davao to create single-origin cocoa and chocolate products. They work closely together with local farmers, too.
For something new to satisfy your salted egg chips craving, Eat My SPuDs offers potato chips in exciting flavors like Salted Egg with White Truffle and Spicy Pork Floss. These chips were crafted by top baker Penk Ching.
You’ll want to fill your pantry with Kitchen Witchery’s line of local vinegars and hand-bottled spices. Not only would they level up any dish, but they’ll look picture-perfect on your counter, too.
Mama Sita is known for their line of marinades and barbecue sauces, but did you know they also make champorado mixes? Now having this classic Pinoy snack is a breeze!
Man on the Moon is a home-based coffee business specializing in cold brew which they deliver straight to your doorstep. Whether you’ve been a long-time fan or are new to their brew, you should drop by their stall and check them out—and if you end up hoarding bottles, we won’t judge.
5th Philippine Harvest will be at G/F and 2/F Central Square, 5th Avenue corner 30th Street, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. (June 16 to 17) and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (June 18). For more information log on to Philippine Harvest's Facebook page.