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Jollibee data breach could facilitate online scams on Pinoy seniors--solon

Manila Bulletin 25 Jun 2024
Rodolfo "Ompong" Ordanes is worried that the reported data breach within Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) could lead to the victimization of elderly Filipinos in online scams ... JFC owns Jollibee, the most popular fast food chain in the Philippines.
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Delights of the Galleon Trade Era shine at Diamond Hotel's food festival

The Manila Times 22 Jun 2024
A Culinary Journey Filipino Food Festival ... "We want to show the evolution of the Filipino food from the Galleon Trade era, particularly of the adobo dish," chef Carangian shared during the food festival's media preview.
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Confectionary and ice cream market sweetens up the business scene

Manila Bulletin 22 Jun 2024
"Fueled by Filipinos' fondness for food indulgences, rising disposable incomes, and increasing urbanization, the $1.2 billion confectionery and ice cream market is expected to see robust growth of ...
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Tense standoff at disputed shoal between Philippines and Chinese navy

Beijing News 22 Jun 2024
A tense confrontation ensued during which some Filipino navy personnel were injured after Chinese forces seized two Philippine rubber boats delivering food and other supplies to a military outpost in ...
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P1B RCEP empowers Davao farmers

Sun Star 22 Jun 2024
DA-Davao regional executive director Macario D ... DA-Davao, emphasized that the agency's initiatives are anchored to the goals of achieving food security for the Filipino people and developing the agriculture and fisheries sector in the region ... ....
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Why Filipino chef Claude Tayag set out to write the ultimate book on adobo

The National 21 Jun 2024
It is a line of thought Tayag explored in his scathing columns before expanding them in the 2022 co-written book The Ultimate Filipino Adobo ... Even as a Filipino, I can't describe our cuisine - but the beauty is in the variety.
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Philippines won’t invoke mutual defense treaty with US after Chinese confrontation at disputed shoal

Wtop 21 Jun 2024
... rammed and then boarded the two Philippine navy inflatable boats to prevent Filipino navy personnel from transferring food and other supplies, including firearms, to the Philippine ship outpost.
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Philippines Demands China Return Rifles and Pay for Boat Damage After Hostilities in Disputed Sea

The Epoch Times 21 Jun 2024
Chinese personnel on board more than eight motorboats repeatedly rammed then boarded the two Philippine Navy inflatable boats Monday to prevent Filipino navy personnel from transferring food and other ...
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Philippines won't invoke mutual defense treaty with US after Chinese confrontation at disputed shoal

Newsday 21 Jun 2024
... rammed and then boarded the two Philippine navy inflatable boats to prevent Filipino navy personnel from transferring food and other supplies, including firearms, to the Philippine ship outpost.
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Quibranza: Lechon 19 ways

Sun Star 21 Jun 2024
How? During the Friday, June 21, 2024, launch of the hotel’s Lechon Fiesta — as part of the Cebu Food & Wine Festival 2024 — Seda showcased Filipino culinary excellence when it presented its Signature Lechon de Cebu, prepared in 19 different ways..
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A farm called freedom

Manila Bulletin 21 Jun 2024
I’ve always maintained that farming is the Filipino dream, and that growing your own food is a path to freedom ... Being stationed far did not stop Mandhyan from focusing on food security and building his version of the Filipino dream.
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NutriAsia partners with Dualtech for special hiring activity

The Manila Times 21 Jun 2024
NUTRIASIA Inc., the country's largest manufacturer of condiments and sauces that have become food staples in Filipino homes, organized a special hiring activity, exclusively for students and alumni of Dualtech Training Center Foundation Inc ... ....
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PH: Ayungin incident a 'misunderstanding'

The Manila Times 21 Jun 2024
He said there was only one Filipino soldier who was injured in the scuffle ... On June 4, 2024, the CCG seized food airdropped to Filipino soldiers on the Sierra Madre.
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Filipino entrepreneurs create substantial impacts on local economy

The Peninsula 20 Jun 2024
Carla Leanne Abdon, who runs the family business The Filipino Street Food Atbp, stressed the importance of adapting to market trends and labor market variables to maintain a steady consumer base.
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Orlando restaurant Kaya hosts a Filipino Freedom Fest party this week

Orlando Weekly 20 Jun 2024
After celebrating Filipino Freedom Fest with food from a score of local purveyors as well as Kaya’s own Michelin-star winning fare, your ...

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