No Brand, Yes Please: It's Now Easier to Order From This Korean Grocery
BRB, stocking up on their potato chips.
(SPOT.ph) When you're looking for no-fuss, great-tasting eats at affordable price points, you can always count on No Brand—the Korean grocery store that opened in our shores in 2019. If you're staying at home, it couldn't be easier to get your No Brand fix, as you can now order their products from GoRobinsons!
No Brand on GoRobinsons caters to San Juan, Pasig, and parts of Quezon City. It's super convenient to order from: you can access their website through your web browser, or access it through your phone by downloading the Go Robinsons app for Android or iOS. They're also offering free delivery with a minimum single-receipt purchase of P2,000, which is valid until April 15! And if you're a Robinsons Rewards member, you can get an additional 50 points with a minimum single-receipt purchase of P2,000 using your Robinsons Rewards until March 15.
Not sure what to get? If you need to restock on your snacks for binge-watching, you can't go wrong with the No Brand Potato Chip Original (P67.50/110 grams); it's salty, crunchy, and hard to put down once you start munching on these chips! For sugary treats, there's also the No Brand Chocochip Cookies (P215.50/400 grams), which comes in a medium-sized tub that you can keep right by your work station for those emergency cookie hankerings (we see you, it happens!). Stocking up on easy-to-prep meal options? Go for instant noodles like the No Brand Jjajang Ramen (P193.50/five 135-gram packs), or frozen items like the No Brand Teriyaki Chicken Skewer (P1,202.75/800 grams) or No Brand Grilled Short Rib (P614/740 grams).
For a one-of-a-kind pizza night, you can get the No Brand Bulgogi Pizza (P334/410 grams); and for dessert, you can treat yourself with the No Brand Green Tea Ice Cream (P270/600 ml) because why not! They have a couple of toiletries and other non-food items as well.
Launched in 2015 and with over 200 branches in Korea, No Brand is a Korean brand under E-Mart, one of Korea's biggest retailers. They are known for carrying everything from food to beauty products and even home decor. They opened their first Manila branch in Robinsons Galleria in 2019, and opened an online store under Metromart in 2020.
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