A pack of pastillas cost P40/ea. They even make malunggay-flavored pastillas which we unfortunately were not able to try. There's kesong puti, and cottage cheese is always out. But the cream cheese is great, as spread, dip or on pasta.
I think their packaging is a tad wasteful though, because each pastillas is wrapped in plastic, then paper, then plastic again. I mean, they can save more, surely, if they cut down on the plastic.
carabao milk is great!
Let's get healthier with the non-processed cheese they offer... and help out our farmers from the North.
The shop is open from 8-5 but they sometimes close shop. Just take heart and go begging though. It won't hurt you to try and they are pretty accommodating of travellers who make the effort to buy their products on their way home back to Manila.