December 27, 2022

Organic Grocery

More and more people are understanding the importance of knowing the provenance of their food— where it comes from, how it is grown, and how it is made.

More and more people are understanding the importance of knowing the provenance of their food— where it comes from, how it is grown, and how it is made. Filipino farmers and food manufacturers are starting to follow global trends in adopting organic practices, seeing how what we eat not only affects our bodies but the world around us. Here are some innovative Philippine-made products that will surely encourage us to eat well and feel good while doing it.

Exciting Organic Food Products from the Philippines

Oh So Healthy Banana-Based Crisps

  • A light and healthy alternative to potato chips.
  • These gluten-free, vegan crispy snacks are from fruit purees and root crops combined with bananas that are not fried, not baked, but dehydrated.
  • Comes in a number of fun flavor combinations that are also packed with nutrients, such as jackfruit, pineapple, and banana; mango, sweet potato, and banana; or coconut, purple yam, and banana.

Imperial Calamansi Cider Vinegar

  • The fermented and aged citrus is a delicious alternative to other vinegars.
  • A product of Northern Luzon, this artisanal vinegar is made of 3 simple ingredients: calamansi extract, sugar, and yeast.
  • Its unique flavor profile is described to have a “distinct citrus note and refreshing palate.”

QueenB Forest Honey with Ilocos Garlic

  • Bittersweet fermented honey with local Ilocos garlic.
  • Originally concocted for those that use honey as a natural remedy, the addition of Ilocos garlic lends a soothing warmth for sore, itchy throats.
  • The floral aromas of honey and savory flavor of garlic makes it a great drizzle on anything from fries to cheese.

Ja Lees Farms Mushroom Chicharon

  • This vegan snack is made purely of oyster mushrooms.
  • No MSG and preservatives— only flavored with premium and natural seasonings and spices.
  • Comes in original, chili, garlic, barbecue, and peri-peri flavor.

Joy Calamansi Concentrate

  • A refreshing fruit drink that is packed with vitamin C, a popular choice during these times of pandemic.
  • Developed by a husband and wife team from Butuan City, their calamansi concentrate is an offshoot of their lemongrass products that are also used as natural remedies. 
  • Made of natural ingredients and with no preservatives, this concentrate is made of only three ingredients— water, sugar, and calamansi extract.

Coco Plus Organic Coco Sugar

  • Coconut sugar is an all-natural sweetener with a low glycemic index.
  • Produced from newly harvested, five-hours old, coconut nectar sap that is processed immediately under slow evaporation until it becomes granulated. 
  • Coconut sugar has no aftertaste and a mild sweetness that makes it neutral enough to transcend any cuisine. 

Coco Joy Organic Sparkling Flavored Coconut Water

  • Tropical juices made with real fruits combined with light carbonation and great-tasting coconut water.
  • Coconut water is sourced and packaged from Philippine coconut trees, picked during peak season to ensure optimal flavor and freshness. 
  • Lactose, dairy, and gluten-free, with flavors like Wild Black Cherry, Passion Pomegranate, and Sunrise Grapefruit that are sure to transport you.



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