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Bites: Baker John bread products for breakfast and snacks

Baker John bread products for breakfast and snacks

Known for its innovative snacks and beverages, Universal Robina Corporation (URC) has been making Filipinos’ snack time enjoyable for decades. This time, it makes breakfast and merienda time more delightful and satisfying for families with its new soft bread products.

The country’s leading food manufacturing company introduces Baker John, a line of premium soft bread that are made with the highest-quality ingredients in URC’s state-of-the-art baking facilities.

Baker John’s range of bread products is great eaten with spreads and hot or cold beverages
Moms can partner their kids’ favorite spreads and cold cuts with Baker John Premium Soft White Bread to make delectable sandwiches for breakfast or merienda; while the Baker John Cinnamon Soft Bread is an ideal match with coffee or cold drinks, any time of the day. 

The Baker John Premium Soft White Bread and Baker John Cinnamon Soft Bread are available at selected Mini Stop branches and Robinsons Supermarket outlets nationwide.

More Filipinos choose local food

At the recently concluded 25th Visayas Area Business Conference (VABC) in Ormoc, Leyte, Robert Trota, president and CEO of Max’s Group, Inc. (MGI), shared how Filipino diners are more inclined to choose restaurants that serve authentic-tasting and healthy food. 

The demand for products made from organic ingredients shows that Filipinos are becoming more adventurous with food even as they remain conscious about their consumption. More Filipinos choose locally sourced food, which help support the country’s agricultural and food manufacturing industries. 

MGI has been working with these local industries to capitalize on opportunities to create awareness and demand for homegrown products. It has introduced the Tinawon and Minaangan Flavored Rice Dishes that proudly feature heirloom rice harvested by Ifugao farmers. 

Max’s Group Inc. president and CEO Robert Trota says Filipinos now prefer authentic-tasting food
In keeping its thrust to continually help local produce, Trota also made a commitment in that session to work closely with the Research and Development teams of Leyte and Samar to identify products that MGI can outsource from these provinces. 

As a starter, MGI has looked into sourcing the danggit supply of Pancake House from Palompon, Leyte. 

Lastly, Trota mentioned that MGI is exploring partnerships with the provincial government of Samar for their coconut program as the province is widely recognized for its rich coco industry.   

‘Barkada’ bonding over Ultimate Overload Pizza

The most memorable moments are even more exciting when they are shared with our barkada. Reunions, random get-togethers, and celebrations are even more highlighted when they are spent with friends both old and new. 

Greenwich’s Ultimate Overload Pizza is made of mozzarella, cheddar cheese and 13 different kinds of toppings—perfect to share with friends
You can bond with friends over Ultimate Overload by Greenwich. This everything-on-it pizza is generously made with mozzarella and cheddar cheese with a total of 13 different kinds of toppings of a variety of meat and vegetables. With this wonderful blend of ingredients, each bite is sure to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. Despite being fully loaded, each slice is sure to make you want more. This pizza plus your barkada is indeed the #UltimateBarkadaBlend.

Visit @greenwichpizza on Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, and Twitter to know the latest on Greenwich. 

Topics: Universal Robina Corporation(URC) Baker John , Robert Trota , 25th Visayas Area Business Conference (VABC) , Max’s Group Inc. (MGI) , Ultimate Overload , Greenwich
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