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Lydia Tecson-Veneracion started Bulacan Sweets in 1970 with only one shelf and counted ten kinds of delicacies from her native town of Bulacan being sold. Among these were pastillas de leche, ube, yema and candied fruits. Today it has grown to a bustling enterprise with thirteen outlets around Metro Manila, selling assorted products. She also increased her product line with bottling and canning of bagoong, lechon paksiw, taba ng talangka (fat crab paste) and binagoongan (shrimp paste). In addition, the company also offers delicacies from other provinces such as the pili nuts from Bicol, vinegar from Bulacan, bocayo from Pangasinan, broas from Quezon and honey from Palawan.

To improve their products even more, much attention was given to presentation. Considered as an alternative gift item, the sweets and candies are now packaged and labeled in colorful boxes and bottles, most of which were designed professionally.

At present, it has attracted a number of clientele ranging from balikbayans and tourists, to hotels and catering businesses.


the workers of Bulacan Sweets
preparing our top-class products
 
 

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