Product Review: Box Of Filipino Goodies Philamfood Filipino Store
We opened the Big Box that arrived in our house today. It was in Philamfood Filipino store online that I bought these goodies this Tuesday. Their website online has lots of Filipino food varieties. It is easy to navigate and it loads fast. I also saw that they have a big sale lately. So if you are like me craving for Filipino food or if you have a sister in law or relative to buy gifts for a special occasion, you might want to check out their store online too! Aside from Filipino products, you can also get other products there like these mangoes that I just ordered which are from Mexico and they are super sweet! It taste like the mangoes that I used to eat at home.
I also want to thank Mommy Sheila for tempting me to buy. lol! The photo of the mangoes that she also bought at the same Filipino Store Online, urged me to buy these goodies. It has been a while I haven’t tasted any Filipino goodies except during parties.
The box is hallow on top a little bit because I took out the Styrofoam box that kept all the frozen foods that I ordered. What I have here are the dozen mangoes, Nagaraya and Dingdong snacks, and the Goldilocks Assorted Polvoron.
The frozen foods were well kept and securely packaged in this Styrofoam box. It has Ice packs and no leaks.
Oh yes, the fresh mangoes! It says they are the Champagne mango variety. My toddler thought they are potatoes as he haven’t seen the mango that Mommy is craving. My kids and I enjoyed eating some of these and I am planning to make a Mango Float out from it this St. Patrick’s day.
These are the Frozen foods that I ordered. What I have here are the Philippine Style Egg Rolls, Tocino both chicken and pork flavor and Purefoods Cocktail Franks.
My baby wants to eat the Nagaraya snacks! They are sort of like the trailmix but the peanuts are coated with a crunchy batter and has Garlic and Adobo flavors. The Ding Dong has lots of mixed nuts in it. And the Assorted Goldilocks Polvoron has 6 pieces with 3 flavors each. We munched the first pack, and boy, it brought back memories to me that my parents used to buy these polvorons from their trip in Cebu City. They are considered big time Pasalubong to our families in Philippines.
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