PANGAKONG TINUPAD. A couple of months ago we introduced organic rice grown in Victoria, Tarlac. I think not every one loved it. It was not as tasty as the brown rice that we used to get from farmer Fidel from Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecijja. That one was good, we even describe it as smelling of and tasting of pinipig. We’re happy to tell you that Fidel is almost ready to give us BROWN RICE again. We are ready to give you a promise that if this is not very good tasting rice, you can return it to us for a full refund.

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BROWN RICE THAT TASTES AND SMELLS LIKE PINIPIG. We waited several months for this. Bagong ani last week, sinako tig sampung kilo. Very fresh, parang pinipig ang amoy at lasa kapag niluto. The only way you can get rice any fresher is if you stopped infront of a rice paddy, waded in and chewed the panicles off the stems. This is rice is good. Certified masarap, homegrown heirloom! Grocery store rice does not compare—not only is it expensive, it tastes petrified because it’s been on that shelf for ages. Grown against all odds by a Nueva Ecija farmer named Fidel. Semper Fidelis! We must be faithful to the courageous. This rice represents a farmer’s courage in the face the fertilizer called Triple 14 not only doubling in price but tripling. Before it was P700~P800, now it’s P2,800. Grabe, there is really very little incentive for our farmers to continue planting. We salute and support this farmer, we’ll enjoy his rice.

GREAT BROWN RICE — P1,099 for 1 sack (10 kilos)
Helps Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija farmers

36 in stock


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Weight 10 kg


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