Best Food Forward Bazaar 2013

NBC Tent,  Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila- Philippines

poster of the event

Now on its 3rd year, Best Food Forward bazaar attracts food gourmet, foodies, buyers and sellers of different food  products.

NBC tent

Best Food Forward Bazaar

The 2 -day event attracts a lot of people from all walks of life.  I  saw  food expert  Ms. Nancy Reyes- Lumen , food bloggers and  celebrities . The entrance fee is just Php 75.00,  While  some promo stubs only sells the entrance tickets at Php 50.00 .

imported biscuits from Malaysia

There are about 100 food bazaar stalls which extends up to the open tent area outside. There are a lot of activities from food tasting , cooking demonstration , innovative desserts , celebrity chef appearances .

Lardy Boys

I have seen , the young couple Mr. Timothy and Darlene Lim say their cacao hails from Mindanao, mostly from Davao. When I was given a sample of their cocoa drink- It was wonderful ! Not too sweet and there is no bitter after taste.

Cocoa Monster
Cocoa Monster is not only the name of this young artisan chocolate company, but also what you’ll become once you’ve sampled their products.The company just opened in 2012 , but  they have 13 variants of fine chocolates  among their bestsellers are the Dried Mango and Chocolate Truffle, Dutch-processed Cocoa powder, premium chocolate tablea and chocolate fondue. I have even encourage them to join some other food fairs in other parts of Metro Manila to widen their market.

Cocoa Monster

Their products  and packaging looks enticing for buyers and the company have a strong start for a budding company . The passion the owners have for their main ingredient, cocoa. The packaging is also world class .
Contact info: 838-8067 to 69 sales@tpfoodcorp.com

Contact : +63 922 873 6638.

Double Delights polvoron

Double Delights is already available in most SM outlets and I particularly liked their polvoron with rice crispies ( pinipig).  They can accept orders for party giveaways . Their cartoon character- inspired polvoron is a great hits among anime lovers.  They can customized popular games characters like angry birds, plants vs. zombies and among others.

Crunchy Belly by Chef Carlo

The crunchy belly aka chicharon was the spotlight from snacks to meal time viand . The product  has moved onto Crunchy Belly. With their slogan ” Sinfully Irresistible

Crunchy Belly by Carlo’s Kitchen
A regular participant  in weekend markets, Carlo’s Kitchen offers reasonably priced steaks with rice and egg, but they’ve gotten more acclaim for their deep-fried, thinly- sliced pork belly crisps. It is a once-you-pop-you-can’t-stop type of snack.  It is best accompany with beer or soft-drink.

Contact info: 0927-3062738

Kreme- Top

Alaska Milk Corporation gave away mouthwatering  food sampling from fresh sliced fruits with condensed milk, to free coffee and creamer ( Kreme Top) , to desserts and soup!

Website: http://www.alaskamilk.com

Electrolux House

This is a set-up  demonstration of a house equipt with the latest products and amenities by Electrolux . Electrolux’s range of living space products such as air cleaners and vacuum cleaners makes the living space a more comfortable place to relax, communicate and mingle around.

Website: http://www.electrolux.com.ph/

NBC tent

The food bazaar site is very festive and colorful with hundreds of balloons, buntings and smiling people.

Empire Steak

Rice Pots

Pinuso

My Pink Wasabi pastry

Unit C 1535 Joshua Street Jordan Plains Novaliches Q.C. | Contact (0947) 8658634 | mypinkwasabi@gmail.com | @mypinkwasabi

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MyPinkWasabi.pastries

Kewpie

This stall sell Japanese mayonnaise and dressing with FREE Kewpie dolls !

Gold Leaf Tea

The company gave some free tasting of their world class tea . The company open its doors to the public in 1999.

Website: http://www.goldleaftea.com.ph/

I am encouraging the public to visit this food bazaar, with lots of food to taste , special deals / discounts  and cooking demonstration.

Note : All photos are taken by the author and to those who are interested in using the photos for any purpose please link this site. 

I would like to “Thank” Mr. Ross del Rosario and the organizers of this food bazaar for the chance to join their event.

Couple Timothy and Darlene Lim say their cacao hails from Mindanao, mostly from Davao. Proudly Pinoy!

Cocoa Monster
Cocoa Monster is not only the name of this young artisanal chocolate company, but also what you’ll become once you’ve sampled their products. It just opened in February 2013 but already, they have 13 variants of fine chocolates (bestsellers are the Dried Mango and Chocolate Truffle), Dutch-processed Cocoa powder, premium chocolate tablea and chocolate fondue. It’s such a strong start for a budding company, and judging from the passion the owners have for their main ingredient, we’re betting that much greater things are coming. Until then, we can indulge in these.
Contact info: 838-8067 to 69, 0922-8736638, sales@tpfoodcorp.com

– See more at: http://www.spot.ph/eatdrink/53280/12-mouth-watering-finds-at-best-food-forward#sthash.l6dNYlZu.dpuf

Couple Timothy and Darlene Lim say their cacao hails from Mindanao, mostly from Davao. Proudly Pinoy!

Cocoa Monster
Cocoa Monster is not only the name of this young artisanal chocolate company, but also what you’ll become once you’ve sampled their products. It just opened in February 2013 but already, they have 13 variants of fine chocolates (bestsellers are the Dried Mango and Chocolate Truffle), Dutch-processed Cocoa powder, premium chocolate tablea and chocolate fondue. It’s such a strong start for a budding company, and judging from the passion the owners have for their main ingredient, we’re betting that much greater things are coming. Until then, we can indulge in these.
Contact info: 838-8067 to 69, 0922-8736638, sales@tpfoodcorp.com

– See more at: http://www.spot.ph/eatdrink/53280/12-mouth-watering-finds-at-best-food-forward#sthash.l6dNYlZu.dpuf

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