April 16, 2021
Eastwood City is celebrating the Philippines’ diverse and delicious culinary heritage this April as it launches Filipino Food Month 2021.
In line with this year’s theme “Iba’t Ibang Luto, Pinoy ang Puso”, Eastwood City has teamed up with the Department of Agriculture, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, and the Philippine Culinary Heritage Movement in showcasing the world-class quality and flavors of Filipino food products from different regions.
Happening from April 16 to 18 at Eastwood Central Plaza, the three-day food showcase features various proudly Filipino enterprises who will be bringing uniquely local food and delicacies for the indulgence of foodies all over the metro.
The food event will be held in an outdoor area with enhanced health and sanitation protocols, allowing guests and shoppers to safely walk around and shop for delicacies, novelty items and other unique finds.
Among the local businesses participating are Jamla Corporation, which sells Alfonso’s signature chocolate tablea and York Hill Coffee; Aging’s Food Delight for suman, pastries, and other kakanin; and Stagira Farm that offers farm-fresh milk and chocolate milk.
Customers can also find lots of healthy alternatives in the food fair. One of which is the Bukidnon Heirloom’s adlai — which can be used as an alternative for rice and pasta — made from the highest quality indigenous grains from Bukidnon; brown rice coffee from DWS; and vegetables from Bulacan-based Bausa Integrated Farms.
Daily essentials are also available such as frozen meat from North Star; dried fish and more specialties from Binukan Cooperative; and fruit jams, pickled papaya, and gourmet tuyo from Castillejos Fruit Jam.
Megaworld Lifestyle Malls implements safety and health protocols for all their properties, in its commitment to bringing a #SaferAndHappier malling experience for Filipinos during the coronavirus pandemic.