Local flavors in each bite

posted September 02, 2018 at 08:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Local processed meat brand King Sue offers Filipino favorites in easy to prepare and cook products. 

Pinoy breakfast staples Longganisa, Pork Tocino, and Chicken Tocino are available to be cooked and served on the dining table or for school or work lunch. 

From left: King Sue’s Beef Teriyaki, Garlic Longaniza, and Pork Tocino
King Sue’s Beef Teriyaki is made to suit the Filipino palate with its slightly sweet taste. While its take on the all-time favorite bar chow Sisig comes in a convenient heat-and-serve version.

King Sue products are available in leading supermarkets nationwide.

Topics: Local flavors , King Sue , Longganisa , Pork Tocino , Chicken Tocino , Beef Teriyaki
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