There are 30 micro, small , medium, cooperatives, and large scale food companies which participated at the 6th Las Piñas Food Festival.
14 Exciting Food Booths
14.) Kalamay na Kalabasa – This is one of the products which won several local accolades at the previous Las Piñas Food Festival few years ago. This was made from pumpkin by the residents of Barangay Talon Dos.
Contact Persons: Ms. Jeshel or Ms. Marilyn
Landline: 893-5894, 886-3057
13.) Cookie ni Anne– Interesting homemade cookies. neatly packed and ideal for giveaways and pasalubong treats.
12.) Spring Rock– chocolates made from Philippine cacao
11.) Sizzy Kitchen– specializes on several mouthwatering dishes.
10.) Tahong ni Maria – specializes on tahong -green mussels in bottles like flavored salted egg, curry , adobo and spicy ones.
9. ) Roncos Bagoong– specializes on bagoong ( shrimp paste) in different flavors.
8.) Fiber Health – they have several FDA approved food supplement products.
7.) All Day Convenient Store is a convenient store found in several parts of the country.
6.) Vino Arsan– specializes fruit wines, vinegar and sauces. The company was established in 2009.
5.) Pogs offers crunchy chicken isaw, crispy chicken feet, crispy salmon chicharon in nice package.
4.) Oyster Mushroom– The oyster mushroom is crunchy from mushroom farm in Bulacan.
3.) Nanay Lil’s Putong Bumbong– Specializes on puto bumbong
2.) Mama Betsy’s– Specializes on home baked pastries and cakes.
1.) Karne Korner chicharon – This specializes on crunchy chicharon or pork rinds from Santa Maria, Bulacan province.