There is a very good chance that somewhere around the world, a Filipino family is enjoying comfort food such as sinigang, caldereta or kare-kare prepared with the help of Mama Sita’s products.
That it has been able to keep its reputation as a top producer of Filipino food mixes and condiments it owes in no small part to its wide network of farmer-suppliers from all over the country.
From the fresh produce that it buys, Marigold Manufacturing Corp., produces over a hundred condiments that carry the Mama Sita’s brand and is able to produce an extensive and still growing product line that is now present in almost all countries, especially those with large Filipino diaspora populations.
According to Marigold General Manager Kim R. Lapus, Mama Sita’s is only as good as the quality of the raw materials. And it is emphatic about using only the best natural ingredients to maintain the quality standards that its buyers demand.
We sure do love that our soft serve venture has put big smiles on so many faces. We hope our flavours bring a little nostalgia to you...whether it be memories of dirty ice cream from the street vendors in the Philippines to your childhood and warm summer days. #yesIsaidDirtyIceCream 📷 @deantumibay
Say hello to Milo. This flavour is sure to bring you back to your childhood...or our childhood of our Lola mixing tsokolate milk for our breakfast. Jason and I are slinging regular cones from 5-9pm tonight. Thanks for letting us rest a bit this afternoon 😊
Take home our sauces! Available in all our SARSÁ Branches. #sauces
You guys!!! We’re enjoying all the feedback, the support, the photos and hashtag suggestions! We have been loving every minute of meeting everyone and slinging out some pretty cool ice cream. Be sure to tag us in your photos and enter our hashtag contest (see highlights). 📷 @albertjaang
Repurpose your left overs. Bought and made an 8lbs chunk of pork and made #pernil over the weekend. Last night, I “accidentally” created a dish that has some #Filipino flavor. Pernil “pansit” made with spaghetti squash. Recipe : Avocado oil + Kerry gold butter Cut up or cubed pieces of pork Cabbage/ shredded carrots Onions & minced garlic Cilantro Lime juice Smoked paprika to taste Coconut amino to taste Pink Himalayan salt / pepper. Sauté garlic and pork until brown. Add onions, then cabbage & carrots. Add seasoning and coconut aminos. Cook for about 15 mins until everything is well mixed and cabbage is cooked to liking. (I like them a little crunchy) Spaghetti squash - remove seed, add butter, salt/pepper. Bake for 40 mins. Scrape off and mix together with pork and cabbage mix. #voila#bonappetit . . .