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Malagos offers handcrafted platters as gift packages

Mindanao’s world class pride Malagos Farmhouse Cheeses comes out with a beautiful handcrafted selection of seasonal produce at peak harvest like jams, fresh and dried fruits, cold cuts and its famous artisanal cheeses which I love.

Available in Davao City and Metro Manila, these lovely gifts can be customized and packed in insulated bags, farmhouse grazing boxes or PIECO crates and baskets (Manila customers) and delivered to your doorstep in its yummy goodness.

 

In photos are the Standard Platter (available only in Davao) which serves 4-6, containing 4 cheeses which are a blend of fresh and aged, a jar of Bignay Jam, and assorted fruits.

Order a day in advance through IG and FB @malagosfarmhouse or visit
https://www.malagosfarmhouse.com for more information.

 

Thank you dearest Ate Olive and Charisse Puentespina and Ara Sucaldito for this birthday surprise delivery last month.

 

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