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May 14, 2020 @ 15:06

Spew Organics marks successful partnership with Good Shepherds Tagaytay

Spew Organics has partnered with the Good Shepherd Sisters’ Bahay Pastulan in Tagaytay to bring their famous ube jam, cookies, pickles and other products to Manila.

The move supports the advocacy to help women earn income for their families, especially since their livelihood took a hit after the Taal Volcano eruption and closure amid the two month long ECQ. Meanwhile, the partnership also provides an avenue to sate the cravings of fans of the famous delicacy without having to take a long road trip to Baguio or Tagaytay.

Two birds with one stone.

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After Spew Organics made the announcement on May 8, orders came in at full force , leading
them to implement an earlier cutoff sched and inform the clients that the next and earlier
delivery sched will be on May 18.
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Patrons don’t seem to mind as orders continue to come in. (ANGEL ONG)
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