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Mar 6, 2017 @ 15:24

Shopwise’s B1T1 deal on cream dory, buy1kilo-take500 grams on pork, beef, lamb, and chicken

Shopwise is a sister company of Rustan’s Supermarket and it makes sense that their procurement are in sync.

I was not surprised to see that some products Rustan’s has put on specials are also on promo at Shopwise.

The frozen cream dory in Shopwise is also on buy1kilo-take1kilo, but it’s only at P199 which translates to P99.50 per kilo compared to Rustan’s sale price of P119 per kilo. The fish and meat products specials in both Rustan’s and Shopwise run until March 16 and started March 3.

While Rustan’s has two other products on buy1-take1 this period, Shopwise only has that offer for cream dory. It has several buy1kilo-take500 gram offers though.

It has lamb kaldereta at P499 per kilo with a take 500-gram offer that translates to P332.67 per kilo. Rustan’s has a buy1kilo-take1kilo offer on lamb chops for P699 that translates to P349 per kilo. I’ll take the lamb chops because the kalderata cut is not as consistent.

Beef pochero is also on buy1-take500 grams in Shopwise that translates to P212.67 per kilo

Two chicken products are on buy1kilo-take500 gram offers: chicken inasal at P204 per kilo and chicken adobo at P189 per kilo that translates to P136 per kilo and P126 per kilo, respectively, and cheaper than the P140 to P150 per kilo dressed chicken in Metro Manila wet markets monitored by the Department of Agriculture.

Several pork products are also on buy1-take500 gram offers: pork menudo at P239 per kilo which translates to P159.33 per kilo; pork pata chops are at P199 a kilo which translates to P132.67; pork burger at P289 per kilo which translates to P192.67; pork sirloin chops at P255 per kilo translates to P170 per kilo; and, pork stroganoff at P259 a kilo that translates to P172.67 per kilo.

Pork kasim/pigue averaged at P190 per kilo in Metro Manila wet markets which means that the pork menudo, pork sirloin and pork stroganoff are good buys. I wouldn’t recommend the pata because it is too fatty or has too much ligaments and take too long to cook.







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