Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Why we can't practice too much distancing?

Last March 12, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the coronavirus outbreak known as COVID-19 as a pandemic. The virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica where confirmed cases are rising daily in Africa, America, Europe and Asia. 

This infectious disease is caused by the recently discovered coronavirus and spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It can also spread when a person touches a surface or thing that has the virus on it, then touches his/her eyes, nose, or mouth. 

As of June 17, 2020, there has been a total of 7,914,404 confirmed cases and 434,796 deaths worldwide. While in the Philippines, there has been a total of 27,238 cases and 1,108 deaths recorded.

Currently, there is no specific treatment for or vaccine against COVID-19. Thus, the Department of Health (DOH) continuously advises the public to frequently clean or wash hands, cover cough with a tissue or the bend of the elbow, practice social distancing and minimize any form of social contact. 

The government also ordered the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine where the movement of people is severely restricted, with most only allowed to leave their homes for essential trips such as to buy food or medicine. Group gatherings were not allowed.  Graduation, weddings, and other social events were canceled as well. 

The key was to stay away from others and observe social distancing from others in order to stop the transmission of the virus.  

In our case, my family and I decided to simply stay at home. Work was not an issue since I had been working from home for the past 5 years. 

We also decided to stop going out even for errands. Thus, all our basic needs such as food, groceries, medicine, water, and other necessities are purchased via home delivery. Bills payment and other bank transactions are also done online. 

To be honest, I have been in home quarantine for 150+ days. I was not able to go out since February but I am willing to make this sacrifice since STAYING AT HOME is our biggest contribution in this fight against COVID-19. 

Am I okay with it? Yes, I am okay with it since I made this decision voluntarily even before the government-mandated quarantine. However, it won't change the fact that... 

I miss the outside world. 
I miss going out with friends. 
I miss our coffee dates.
I miss eating out with family.
I miss shopping.
I miss being with other people. 

I realized this is why we can't afford to practice too much distancing. 

Humans are social beings. We have the need to interact with each other.  We love to sing, dance, have fun, and attend social gatherings. We prefer the sense of community than isolation. We enjoy a friendly atmosphere. It brings us joy.

According to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, the third level of human needs is social and it involves the feeling of belongingness. We have a strong need for interpersonal relationships that motivates our behavior. 

Thus, social distancing is impossible no matter what the circumstance is. We can instead practice physical distancing but we can never be socially distant from one another. 

This is the primary reason why my husband and I initiated the A.V.E.N.G.E.R.S. project in Negros Occidental. No, it's not about Iron Man, Captain America or the Hulk. Instead, the project stands for Addressing Various Needs and Establishing Security through Network and Group Building using Emerging and available Technologies as Response to Social and Health Crisis (A.V.E.N.G.E.R.S.)

The initiative aims to create an online community or group in response to the health crisis brought about by coronavirus. 

Inspired with what T’Challa/ Black Panther said In times of crisis, the wise build bridges while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we are one single tribe.”

In our case, we created a community called Bacolod Food Supply and Sources

Today, we have over 7k+ members and through the project, we can look after our fellow Negrense. We share information on where we can source of basic needs. We support local sellers and businesses. We share food ideas and recipes. We give tips and advice that can be helpful in the current times.  We have a sense of community and belongingness. 

Here are some of the feedback from our community members:

This project made me realize that we can still do so much for others even if physically apart. Thus, we also hope to inspire you to explore your creativity on how you can help your own community. YES TO PHYSICAL DISTANCING but no to SOCIAL DISTANCING. 


This story is an entry to ComCo Southeast Asia’s “Write to Ignite Blogging Project”. The initiative is a response to the need of our times, as every story comes a long way during this period of crisis. Igniting and championing the human spirit, “Write to Ignite Blog Project” aims to pull and collate powerful stories from the Philippine blogging communities to inspire the nation to rise and move forward amidst the difficult situation. This project is made possible by ComCo Southeast Asia, co-presented by Eastern Communications and sponsored by Electrolux, Jobstreet, and Teleperformance.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Where To Find Free Lunch Delivery

You have had your share of ordinary lunches that do nothing to excite your palate or improve on your day. That's why, now and then, it's a good idea to treat yourself and those closest to you to something special that is anything but normal: pizza made from dough that has never been frozen and that includes fresh onions, roma tomatoes and peppers, and real cheeses and meats. When you are looking for the perfect lunch near me, it's harder to get closer than delivery. The driver will bring the food right to your door. No contact delivery is the norm when you order online or through the Papa John's app that selects the closest franchise. This means once the pizza has been taken out of the 450-degree oven it is never touched by anyone until you receive the pizza. A safety seal on the box verifies the procedure. You pay ahead of time, adding your desired tip. It's an easy thing to do and offers you some extra peace of mind.

Papa John’s Offering Free Pizza Delivery

Pizza checks all of the boxes: good ingredients, healthy, filling, and affordable. When you wonder what restaurants are near me now, it's comforting to know that a quality pizza franchise is nearby and willing to go the extra mile of free delivery. It's a great way to make your food budget go further. Plus, you build or choose the pizza that you and your friends and family want, from choices of crusts to all the varieties of vegetables, cheeses, meats and dipping sauces. If your crew seems to have a large appetite, choose some of the following sides:

         Garlic Parmesan breadsticks
         Garlic knots
         Buffalo wings
         BBQ wings
         Chicken poppers (raised without antibiotics)

There is always the choice of Papadias, the part pizza part sandwich creation, that offers a unique twist on the traditional pizza experience. All of this can be delivered free to your door in a matter of minutes.

Why Papa John's Pizza Is Such a Great Lunch Option

In addition to superior convenience, you want your lunch choice to have top-notch ingredients. After all, that's where the flavors come from. You can select original dough that is hand-tossed before it goes into the oven. Onions, peppers, mushrooms and roma tomatoes are always fresh, while you can select your choice of real meats and real cheeses. It's a winning combination for lunch or anytime. It's undeniable that the pizzas are the main event. You can get them just about any way you like them. This includes the classics of pepperoni, cheese, and sausage. Or you can get a little wild and go with something like Hawaiian BBQ chicken or meatball pepperoni. There are also popular choices that are heavy on the meats, or options that pile on the vegetables. You are in charge and can get a pizza made to your whims of that particular day.

That's why the best pizza delivery near me is never far away. It's a great choice any day of the week and will be sure to please everyone in your group.

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Lopues San Sebastian Online Store is Now Open

"As the world we live in is so unpredictable, the ability to learn and to adapt to change is imperative, alongside creativity, problem-solving, 
and communication skills." - Alain Dehaze

The COVID-19 pandemic led businesses to come up with more creative ways of rendering their services. Traditional brick-and-mortar stores started offering home delivery, curbside pick-up, and virtual personal shopper assistance which have been truly helpful especially during the quarantine period. 

We have 100% of our groceries delivered at home which I order via phone or Facebook. Though these had been our life-savers, there are still certain limitations that made me want to go to the grocery to purchase our needs.

I miss window shopping.

I am used to comparing different products and prices.

I look forward to checking all the aisles to simply to just see what's in store.

Sadly, this is not really an option nowadays. 

Thus, I am so happy and excited when I found out that Lopues San Sebastian now has a grocery app where we can see different product choices and simply "add to cart" to place an order.

I was so excited that I placed an order yesterday around 3PM and voila! I got my orders the next day. 

Anyway, let me share more reasons why I love ordering through the Lopues San Sebastian grocery mobile app:
  • It's user-friendly and easy to navigate.
  • There are a lot of products available. According to their FB page, there are over 7000 items uploaded in the app. This includes baby care, beverages, cooking and baking needs, food pantry, household care, personal care, etc.
  • You can choose the actual products that you want including the packaging size. This decreases the possibility of errors compared to describing the products that you need over the phone.
  • You can easily compare prices. It really helps with budgeting. (By the way, most of their items are cheaper compared to other stores.)
  • They provide delivery and pick-up services. Free delivery for orders Php 5,000 and above. Minimal delivery fee for orders below Php 5,000 
  • COD and online payment options are available.
  • Excellent customer support that you can contact via phone or Viber
So, what are you waiting for? Try the first and only grocery mobile app in Bacolod by following these 3 easy steps:

1. Download the "MY SUKI" through Google Play or App store

Here's the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details…

2. Add the name of the vendor "LOPUE" or scan the QR code on the poster above:

3. Lastly, enter your contact number and start shopping!

Have you tried using the app? Feel free to share your experience below. :)

Monday, May 25, 2020

Facebook Messenger Rooms is now available in the Philippines

With the lifestyle changes happening due to the pandemic, more and more people are now shifting to work-at-home arrangement and digital platforms. Most of the meetings and webinars are now done online thus, it's no surprise that Facebook comes up with something to address this need.

Thus, after a few weeks of waiting, Messenger Rooms is now available here in the Philippines. This latest feature is a new way to hang out with your friends, employees, teammates or clients on video chat.

Create and share a link, and anyone can join, even if they don't have a Facebook account.

The best part about this is that Messenger Rooms lets you host up to 50 people with no time limits. This is a nice alternative to Zoom's free plan of which has a limit of 40 minutes only.

Just like other video conference app, you also have the ability to share your screen which is important during presentations.

Anyway, since this is relatively new. We'll continue using it for a more comprehensive review. Until then, have fun with the "room."

Here's a quick guide on how to use it:

1. Open the Messenger app.
2. Tap the People tab at the bottom right of the screen.
3. Tap Create a Room, and select the people who you want to join.
4. To share a room with people who don't have a Facebook account, you can share the link with them.

Friday, May 22, 2020

REVIEW: Vikings Luxury Buffet Delivery and Take Out - Eat like a Viking at Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely changed our way of life. With most of us shifting to working at home, online shopping and home delivery services, businesses have become more creative and innovative in their business model and service delivery.  This includes our favorite buffet restaurant - VIKINGS LUXURY BUFFET. 

Thus, for my birthday, we decided the have a Vikings buffet at home for a minimum booking of 5 persons at Php 500 per head*.

However, we got an extra Php500 discount for our booking (continue reading below to find out how) and got all of these for Php 2,000 only :) 

*Rate per head vary per branch. NCR, Cebu and Davao branches is at Php 600 per head. 

To create your own buffet, just pick from the menu: 
  • Two (2) appetizers
  • Two (2) salads
  • Three (3) rice and vegetables
  • Five (5) main courses
  • Two (2) desserts
  • Two (2) drinks - one juice and one soda
And here's what we got. :) 

For appetizers: 

Assorted Maki and Sushi

Ebi and Vegetable Tempura
For salads:

Potato Salad

Macaroni Salad

For rice and vegetables

Shanghai Fried Rice

Mashed Potatoes

Stir-fried Mixed Vegetables
For dessert

Blueberry Cheesecake

5 pcs revel bars that are so delicious (highly recommended!)
For main dishes

Main Course Platter - Pork Humba De Cebu, Roasted Chuck Eye with Roasted Peppercorn Sauce, Chicken Parmigiana and Seared Salmon in Risotto Style Potatoes and Corn

Chinese Noodles

Food choices vary per branch so, you might have to check their respective Facebook pages for an updated menu. :)

How was the experience? 

We are happy with the food. Both the potato and macaroni salads are in generous servings as well as the Chinese noodles which I think can serve 6-8 persons. The seared salmon was a big chunk and it was delicious making it "sulit" :) 

The roasted chuck eye steak was around 9 slices which may not be enough if you are a steak-lover. Also, since they included mixed vegetables as a side dish of the main courses then, you can consider ordering something else for "rice and vegetable."

They also included drinks in the package. So, we got cucumber agua fresca and 1 bottle of Pepsi. So, everything was complete for our small party and we did not have to prepare anything else. :) 

Birthday Promo

Now, the best part? Vikings continues to make our celebrations special with us by extending the 4+1 birthday promo. Since it was my birthday yesterday, we only paid for 4 pax and thus, got an additional discount of Php 500. :) 

They even sent their signature cake with a candle. 

Thank you, Vikings SM Bacolod. :) 

If you are interested to also have Vikings at home, this is now available in their different branches nationwide. Just message them on their Facebook page for reservation and booking. :) 

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

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"Quaranthings" to do in the time of ECQ

The saying “so much to do, so little time” was once a cliché we could all relate to. But these days, such seems to be inapplicable, for most of us are at home due to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). With more time on our hands now, we ask, what more can we do to stay productive? 

If there’s anything we are learning from our current reality during this time, it is that we can now do what we’ve always wanted to accomplish in the comforts of our home—be it baking, cooking, gardening, and other hobbies we had no time to learn before. Interested? 

Here are some activities you may want to try to make the most out of the ECQ period: 

1. Cooking - Why don’t you try whipping up something in the kitchen using ingredients you never thought would work before—like the famous, easy 7-up chicken marinade or challenge yourself to cook a perfectly seared steak or experimenting on preparing the Dalgona in various versions—from coffee to fruity flavors—that are making the rounds on the internet? Now is the best time to sharpen your culinary skills; then by the time the quarantine is over, you may gather your friends for a dinner at home and serve them your best recipe discoveries yet. 

Baking - While you’re at it, why don’t you try baking sweet treats to brighten someone’s day, too? You can start with the basic ones—from baking cookies, then banana bread, to probably advancing to cakes; that is when you’re confident enough with your weighing and measuring skills. Yes, bake it ’til you make it.

3. Arts & Crafts - While garbage collection may be a problem these days, recycling and upcycling wastes at home are highly recommended. Turn them into something useful.such as the tissue roll carton as a cable wire organizer, PET bottles as a case for your pencil or art tools, cans as flower vases, etc. You can make pencil cases for your kids, new jars for your room, and even toys for your kids, among other creative ways to reuse them. There are even free online classes that you may join to unleash your artistic side, as well as free music lessons, to boot. 

4. Reading - Want an escape but can’t go out because of the virus? Let must-read fiction and non-fiction—be it hard copies or eBooks—take you to places and settings you’ve never seen before. Books help your brain withdraw from anxiety-inducing news on your social media feeds. You can do light reading with food books or to feel some love while on quarantine, there are romance novels. Do read up on travel and create that itinerary of your biggest adventure yet once this quarantine is over. 

5. Work it out - In these uncertain times, it is best to sweat the stress out, not only to stay healthy but to also keep the happy hormones going. No gym equipment? No problem. There are still a lot of exercises you may do using ordinary items or fixtures at home. Need weights? Use PET bottles as DIY dumbbell; need elevation for your cardio exercise, use the stairs; or if you need to run but has no space, do high-knee, stationary run or jog. For Zumba or Yoga classes, there’s always YouTube. 

6. Gardening - We’ve also seen more people trying to grow their own urban garden at home in their effort to be more sustainable these days. You might have come across Facebook and Instagram posts by your friends showing off the progress of their mini farm and hydroponic techniques using recyclable bottles. 

A lot of beverage companies are receiving requests from non-government organizations for donations of PET and other plastic bottles, too, as they will use them as pots for their plants to create sustainable farms for the communities they are serving.

“We have received several requests for plastic bottle donations from various groups for urban farming projects. And as a company that champions sustainable practices, we are more than willing to help them create a greener world,” said Frederick Ong, President and CEO of Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc. 

“Other than our frontliners, our environmental advocates are to be considered heroes also, because what they are doing is for the long-term. And we are here to support their causes,” he added. And if there’s something we are realizing during the quarantine period, it is that the earth seems to be healing, because of less human activities outside our homes. Most of us are realizing the grim effects of not taking care of the environment. And this pandemic is teaching us to nourish Mother Nature more for us to enjoy healthier years. More than ever, it is high time to learn how to remain productive, while taking care of the environment. It is clear that we are breathing cleaner air and seeing clearer skies these days. And let’s all do our job to keep it this way to save more lives and for the benefit of generations to come. 

But if you opt to do nothing during this quarantine period, there’s no problem with that, too. 

Remember: The most productive people also make time doing nothing for self-care and a balanced life. 

Friday, May 15, 2020

How To Keep Hydrated

Everybody is just posting and shouting out in their social media accounts how hot it is nowadays. According to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), the heat index registered as high as 43 degrees last May 6 and 52.2 last May 8. 

In this case, we need to be careful since extreme heat can cause heatstroke, heat cramps as well as heat exhaustion. We are also advised to stay indoors, wear lightweight and light-colored clothing, and the most important, keep hydrated.

Tips on How To Keep Hydrated: 

1. Drinking-Water - This is the most basic and easiest way to hydration. It is recommended that we drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. It is ideal to opt for purified instead of distilled water since the purified water still contains minerals that are essential in rehydration while distilled water has both the contaminants and minerals removed. 

It also helps if we keep our water cold since this is more palatable which can encourage us to drink more. Thus, if you are planning to buy a refrigerator, this is the best time to do it and start having cold or chilled drinks. 

2. Coconut Water - Coconut water is known to be high in potassium. It also contains other important minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and manganese. These essential minerals are important in rehydration and replenishment of lost electrolytes and minerals.

3. Oral Rehydration Solution - According to Wikipedia, oral rehydration is a type of fluid replacement used to prevent and treat dehydration. It involves drinking water with modest amounts of sugar and salts specifically sodium and potassium. This usually comes in the form of sachet that you can buy over-the-counter in pharmacies and simply mix it with water. They also have flavored pre-mixed oral rehydration solutions that are usually given to children. 

4. Fruits and Vegetables - Aside from drinking liquids, we can also stay hydrated by eating fruits and vegetables. Many of our favorites are actually composed of 80-90% water. Some of which include: watermelons, carrots, lettuce, berries, oranges, cabbage, spinach, and grapes.

Aside from eating them fresh, you can also consider making a smoothie or "shake" as fondly called here in the Philippines. Watermelon and carrot flavored smoothies are our favorites and this will surely quench your thirst and help you lower down your body temperature. 

So, stock up on your fruits and vegetables as they have lots of health benefits for the whole family. It is also helpful if you store them properly like keeping it inside the refrigerator and freezer since this can help prolong its shelf life. Experts also advise that freezing fruits and vegetables can also help retain their nutrient content than just keeping them on the table.  

No wonder refrigerators and freezers are considered very important nowadays. We can consider it as an investment to keep our family healthy. If you are thinking of getting a new one, check out the best prices on refrigerators

Nonetheless, no matter what hydration option we choose, we just have to ensure that we make up for the lost fluids from sweating more during this hot or humid weather.  

Saturday, May 9, 2020

She Didn’t Give Up on Mayor Isko

Happy Mother’s Day!

As the old adage goes, “Behind every great man there’s a great woman.” Mayor Francisco Domagoso or simply YORME, shares his heartwarming Mother’s Day message to a great woman behind his great success and to all the Filipino MOMS – the Real VIPs!

As the elected City Mayor of Manila, endearingly called by most Filipinos as Yorme, he never wavered amidst adversities hurled at him for taking several steps in making a better version of the city he fondly calls his home and crowning glory.

On this special occasion, Yorme encourages all Filipino moms to be stronger for their families while consciously maintaining a healthy work-life balance and to continue their selfless dedication amidst the uncertainties of this pandemic war - “Believe in yourself! You’ve got nothing to lose.” 

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Saturday, April 25, 2020

Globe extends bill payment due dates up to May 15

Globe Telecom is extending the bill payment due dates for its mobile and broadband postpaid customers, including all business and enterprise clients nationwide, up to May 15.

This in effect, gives Globe customers up to 60 days of bills payment extension equivalent to two months of unpaid bills. Globe initially provided a 30-day bill payments extension which expired on April 15.

Customers may expect a larger amount in their next bill due to previous unpaid bills prior April. Any late payment fee that may reflect on their Globe At Home billing statements during this period will be waived.

The move is in response to the national government’s decision to continue the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon wherein people are requested to stay at home and practice social distancing to minimize possible exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Local government units in other parts of the country have also adopted similar measures.

“We want to ease the worries of our customers who cannot leave their homes yet and who may be financially burdened due to the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses and employment,” said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu.

However, for those who want to avoid the burden of accumulated bills, Globe said they may still opt to settle their bills using any of the company’s digital channels -- GlobeOne app and Globe At Home app where they can also monitor data usage and subscribe to offers. GCash is another available alternative for settling bills anytime and anywhere. For business customers, they may also use bank online payment and wire transfer services.

Meanwhile, Globe reiterated that as part of its commitment to keeping customers connected while inside the security and safety of their homes, Mobile Postpaid and Platinum customers are given an option to temporarily suspend their monthly spending limit or extend existing suspension further.

The spending limit is a special feature that helps customers take better control of their Postpaid spending. It is the maximum amount that can be used for services when one has exceeded the monthly plan, in order to stay within budget and avoid bill shock. For more information on the spending limit and how to suspend it, please read https://www.globe.com.ph/help/postpaid/spending-limit.html

Friday, April 24, 2020

McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets and Breaded Chicken Fillet are now available in supermarkets!

Mcdonald's chicken nuggets have always been my comfort food and this is why I am so excited to learn that Cook-It-Yourself Packs are available at participating SM Markets and Walter Mart branches in Luzon and NCR. 

You can get marinated chicken cuts, spicy marinated chicken cuts, chicken nuggets and breaded chicken fillet from the participating branches below: 

SM Supermarket (NCR)
· Aura
· BF Parañaque
· Cherry Antipolo
· Cherry Shaw
· Cubao
· East Ortigas
· Fairview
· Maax
· Makati
· Manila
· Marikina
· Masinag
· Megamall A
· Megamall B
· North Edsa
· Novaliches
· Podium
· San Lazaro
· San Mateo
· Sangandaan
· Southmall
· San Jose Bulacan
· Sta.Mesa

SM Supermarket (North Luzon)

· Baguio
· Cabanatuan
· Cauayan
· Olongapo
· Olongapo 2
· Pampanga
· San Fernando
· Tarlac
· Telabastagan
· Urdaneta

SM Supermarket (South Luzon)
· Bacoor
· Batangas
· Calamba
· Dasmariñas
· Imus
· Legazpi
· Lipa
· Lucena
· Naga
· Rosario

SM Hypermarket (NCR)
· Adriatico
· Antipolo
· Azr
· Bicutan
· Cainta
· Cherry Congressional
· Cubao
· Deca Mall
· Eton
· Fairview
· Fti
· Jazz
· Las Piñas
· Lopez
· Makati
· Mall Of Asia
· Mandaluyong
· Monumento
· Muntinlupa
· North Edsa
· Novaliches
· Pasig
· Sucat
· Sun Residences
· Taytay
· The Village Square Alabang
· Valenzuela

SM Hypermarket (North Luzon)
· Baliwag
· Clark
· Dagupan
· Laoag
· Marilao
· Pampanga
· Pulilan
· Rosales
· Tuguegarao

SM Hypermarket (South Luzon)
· Batangas
· Daet
· Imus
· Lemery
· Marketmall
· Molino
· Naic
· Polangui
· Rosario
· Tagaytay

Savemore Market (NCR)
· Venue
· Acacia Est
· Amang Rodriguez
· Angono 2
· Angono1
· Anonas
· Araneta
· Ardi Cainta
· Baclaran
· Bagbaguin
· Banawe Q.C.
· Bankers
· Berkeley
· Binangonan
· Broadway
· Camarin
· Cartimar
· Cyberwest Qc
· Del Monte
· Festival Mall
· Francis Market
· Free Choice Mart
· Green
· Imall Antipolo
· Kanlaon Qc
· Laong Laan
· Light Residences
· M. Alvarez
· Marikina
· Marulas
· Md Fuente
· Mezza
· Morong
· Mplace
· Muntinlupa
· Muzon 1
· Muzon 2
· Nagtahan
· Nepa
· Nova Plaza
· Novaliches 1
· One Mall
· P. Tuazon
· Pasong Tamo
· Pedro Gil
· Pm Cainta
· Pm Deparo Caloocan
· Project 8
· San Andres
· San Isidro Montalban
· Savers
· Shoe Avenue
· Sta Ana Mnla
· Star J
· Tanay
· Tm Centerpoint
· Visayas
· Xrc Mambugan Antipolo
· Zabarte
· Zapote

Savemore Market (North Luzon)
· Alaminos
· Amigo
· Apalit
· Aparri
· Aringay
· Baliwag
· Bambang
· Bayombong
· Binalonan
· Cabagan
· Cabiao
· Calamaniugan
· Camiling
· Candon
· Cauayan
· Cedar
· Citywalk
· Cm Dau Pampanga
· Cm Sta Rosa
· Cm Tarlac
· Concepcion
· Dinalupihan
· Echague Isabela
· Gapan
· Gerona Tarlac
· Guagua Pampanga
· Guimba
· Iba
· Ilagan
· Ilagan2
· Ilagan3
· Jaen
· La Trinidad
· Laoag 1
· Laoag2
· Lingayen
· Macabebe
· Malhacan
· Malolos Bulacan
· Mega Center
· Paniqui Tarlac
· Paseo
· Plaridel
· Pm Aurora Isabela
· Pm Cordon Isabela
· Pozzorubio
· Roxas
· San Ildefonso
· San Jose
· San Nicolas
· Sanfernando Lu
· Santiago
· Santiago 2
· Solano
· Solano 2
· Sta Ana Pam
· Sta Maria
· Sta Maria Ilocos
· Subic
· Talavera
· Telabastagan (Snfp)
· Tuguegarao
· Tumauini

Savemore Market (South Luzon)
· Agora Lucena
· Amadeo
· Arcc
· Banlic
· Biñan
· Cabuyao
· Cm Imus
· Cm Tiaong
· Epza Gen Trias
· Garden Sta Rosa
· Gma Portal
· Kawit Cvte
· Lancaster Alapan
· Lb Centro
· Linx Bucandala
· Mendez
· Meridian
· Nasugbu
· Paliparan
· Pili Camsur
· Pm Noveleta
· Pm Rosario
· Pm Tayabas
· Salawag
· Salitran
· San Pedro
· Silverscreen
· Sorsogon
· Sorsogon 2
· Sta Cruz Laguna
· Tanauan Bat
· Xrc Batangas Terminal

· Bicutan
· Cabanatuan
· Cabuyao
· Calamba
· Dasma
· Gen Trias
· Guiguinto
· Los Banos
· Makati
· Makiling
· Nasugbu
· North Edsa
· Plaridel
· San Fernando
· San Jose
· Sta Maria
· Sta Rosa Bel Air
· Sucat
· Tanauan
· Taytay
· Trece
· W Mall Pasay

** Please note that availability may vary per store and until supplies last. :) 
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