Monday, August 24, 2015

Clara's Foods


Cecilia Plotena didn't see it coming. She was looking for something to be busy on at home when she decided to set up a home-based pasalubong business. Stacking together a PhP 3,000 capital, Cecilia introduced her recipe of Bacolod classic treats - piaya, rosquillos, baniadas and meringue. The business was in named in memory of her mother, Clara Fernandez. Almost 30 years on, her selections now include a different flavor varieties of barquillos like goat's milk, choco, mango, coco, mocha, strawberry, ube and pandan, to fruit tarts.

Her products can now be found in the store shelves of Cebu, Manila, and Tagaytay, even as far as Cagayan and Iligan. A member of the Association of Negros Producers for 18 years now, Clara's Foods will grace the upcoming Negros Trade Fair on September 16 to 20, 2015 at Glorietta Activity Center, Palm Drive, Ayala Center, Makati City.

30th Negros Trade Fair "Truly Negros"
September 16-20, 2015, 
Glorietta Mall, Makati


OMG! This Video Makes Me Want To Go Home To Negros Island Right Now!

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The Negros Trade Fair is the longest running provincial trade fair in the Philippines held annually in Metro Manila since 1985.

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