Irresistible flavors at FamilyMart

Check out what’s happening at the popular Japanese convenience store. FamilyMart serves up a flavor revolution that you won’t get enough of. 

Dig into the newest Rice in a Box fried rice assortment, quick and easy meals that will amp up your day. Choose from the classic favorite Yang Chow Fried Rice for only P59, or the Bagoong Tinapa Rice flavored with salted egg for P59. Why can’t you be more adventurous by trying out the Stir-Fried Cajun Rice with chicken bits and diced vegetables for P69?

Yang Chow Fried Rice is a filling meal for only P59

Don’t forget to get dessert as FamilyMart brings you new and delicious Twirl-All-You-Can flavors for only P25. Treat yourself to the newest soft serve ice cream flavors, Crème Brulee, Chocolate Mousse or go all the way for a mix of both. 

Snap cardholders will be able to get something extra from FamilyMart every time they purchase using their Snap card. Earning points means getting access to more rewards and discounts.

Be adventurous and try Cajun Java

Head on over to FamilyMart now and make it a part of your daily routine, because you wouldn’t want to miss out on these cool new flavors, and the fun, family experience you won’t find anywhere else. 

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Indulge in the burst of flavors from Bagoong Tinapa

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