Fast-food giant Jollibee on Friday revealed that some of its ready-to-cook food items are available for sale in select branches “until supplies last.”
Answering to a query sent via Twitter, the brand confirmed the availability of the products, saying, “The ready-to-cook items are available in Jollibee stores nationwide that are open for take-out and drive-thru.”
The items, however, are sold in a per pack or per box portion and are not for reselling.
Ready-to-cook Jollibee favorites for sale include Marinated Chicken (8pcs/pack) for P219, Spicy Marinated Chicken (8pcs/pack) for 223, Beef Tapa (1kg/pack) for P358, Beef Longganisa (1.2kg/pack) for P397, and Bacon (250g/pack) for P137.
Also available are Buko Pie (20pcs/box) for P257, Spicy Tuna Pie (10pcs/box) for P193, Tuna Pie (10pcs/box) for P184, Fries (2.7kg/pack) for 305, and Spicy Fries (2kg/pack) for P329.
Grated cheese (P348 for 1kg), sliced cheese (P701 for 132 slices), butter (P493 for 1kg tub), and whole corn kernel (P36 for 1 can) are also for sale.
Customers are encouraged to call the store first to check if the items are available.
In addition to Jollibee food products, Jollibee Foods Corp. also offers some items from Mang Inasal and Chowking.
Customers may take home ready-to-cook Mang Inasal chicken inasal, barbecue, and bangus sisig, among others. Meanwhile, Chowking’s frozen meat, seafood, and siopao are available for sale. Anyone can make their own halo-halo using Chowking’s halo-halo toppings, also sold until supplies last.
Go to stores.jfc.com.ph to know which stores are open.
Photos from Jollibee, Chowking, and Mang Inasal social media pages.
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