In case you missed it: fast food chain Jollibee brings back two of its beloved pie variants; one is sweet, and the other one is savory (with a kick).
The always sold out Buko Pie is now available for a limited time. Customers can once again relish the sweet custard and chunky buko filling waiting beneath that satisfying golden crispy crust.
“The initial reception to the Jollibee Buko Pie was absolutely great, and we wanted to give Filipinos another taste of their favorite snack with that familiar and comforting local flavor,” said Kay Segismundo, Jollibee senior marketing manager for complementary products.
A solo order is available for P30, while the 3-pies-to-go is priced at P89.
Meanwhile the Original Tuna Pie comes right in time for the Lenten season.
“It can’t be denied that there’s always a resounding clamor for everyone’s favorite Tuna Pie. Fans are excited to be able to order this Jollibee classic once again,” said Mari Aldecoa, Jollibee marketing director for core products.
Along with the return of the creamy tuna pie is the introduction of its spicy variant. The Spicy Tuna Pie features the same crispy crust and tuna filling but with hot and spicy kick.
“As we pride ourselves on having something for everyone as much as we can, we also wanted to give an extra surprise for fans of spicy food with new Spicy Tuna Pie, which they’ll definitely love!”
A solo order of Jollibee Tuna Pie is available at P45, while the tuna trio is priced at P132.
Both buko and tuna pie variants are available for dine in, takeout, drive-thru, and delivery at all Jollibee stores nationwide.
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