Working students

Working students

Since the beginning of the pandemic, people on lockdown have turned to different hobbies to keep themselves occupied as well as to calm rattled nerves. Baking offers this kind of comfort. The number of home bakers have grown exponentially, either providing their...

Farm to Table: 4 Ways to Make Food Production More Sustainable

Farm to Table: 4 Ways to Make Food Production More Sustainable

From ready-to-drink sachets to single-origin espresso pods, coffee brands are making an effort to make their products, or at least make them seem, more sustainable. According to a study by London-based market research firm Mintel Group, nearly half (48%) of all new...

Where to Eat Halal Food

Where to Eat Halal Food

Halal might not be on every Filipino’s culinary vocabulary – yet. However, they’re not exactly oblivious to it. Middle Eastern and Indian food have been popular cuisines in the country for decades. You’ve most likely encountered shawarma during a post-drinking eating...

Ube as a Global Trend

Ube as a Global Trend

Just a few years ago, most of the world had not even heard of Philippine purple yam or the root crop we call ube.

An Overview on Philippine Purple Yam

An Overview on Philippine Purple Yam

Purple Yam, commonly known all over the world by its Filipino name ube (pronounced “ooh-beh”), is one of the Philippines’ most beloved ingredients.

Different ways of processing pineapples

Different ways of processing pineapples

After harvesting, pineapples go through processing depending on the fruit’s intended use and market demands. There are two main options that pineapples go through once harvested.

Halal Certification of Canned Tuna Products

Halal Certification of Canned Tuna Products

Halal is an Arabic term that means “permitted or lawful.” It describes goods, whether food or other consumer products, and services that are allowed to be consumed and availed by Muslims under Sharia law.

The X-Coconut

The X-Coconut

They call it a “mutant coconut,” but something that delicious is definitely more of a gift than a deformity.