Mangoes Galore: the SM City Mango Festival

Have you visited SM City Bacolod lately? On April 11, the popular mall opened its Mango Festival display so mall-goers can buy all sorts of mango products as well as mangoes that came from the island of Guimaras.Guimaras Mangoes - 2016 Mango Festival at SM City Bacolod I say mango products because, and this is a fun thing to know about the festival, items that you can buy from the Mango Festival stay true to the theme. Check out this list of what you can buy to know what I mean:

What to Buy at the 2016 Mango Festival at SM City Bacolod

1. Mango Piaya

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2. Mango Empanaditas

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3. Mango Biscocho

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4. Mango Bars & Mango Scotch

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5. Mango Barquillos

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6. Guimaras Mangoes

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Other Products:

7. Merczi Products

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8. Virgie’s Products

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9. Sabor Ilonggo‘s Bagoong

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The Mango Festival at SM City Bacolod will be until April 17 so if you:

  • Need interesting pasalubongs from Bacolod
  • Have to taste Guimaras mangoes
  • Want to buy new kinds of snacks for your family
  • Need to buy unique gifts for someone

…visit SM City Bacolod today and drop by the Mango Festival display.

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Mea Pabiona is a Bacolod blogger who works as a fulltime online freelancer, specializing in SEO, content writing, and social media marketing. She's a beauty and skincare enthusiast, a dog-lover, a foodie, and a mother of one.

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5 Comments

  1. May

    This is awesome, Mea. Thank you so much!

    • Mea P.

      You’re most welcome 🙂

  2. Pinky Umino

    Hi there ! Nahidlaw ko magkaon sang mga foods when I used to eat when I was a kid.
    Pwede na nation Ma export sa japan? I’m sure lots of ilongos will live this.

    • Mea P.

      I think we can. And, we probably are 🙂

  3. ruma dey baidya

    Hi
    nice blog. I also have same kind of article. Please have a look and share your views.
    Thanks
    Ruma

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