Malunggay And Tahong Chips By Ocean Fresh

Located near the garden of Aguinaldo Shrine is a small shop for souvenirs! Mr Valer Velez (hope I got his name correctly) was the person in charged that time and he warmly welcome us in his small souvenir shop. We got the opportunity to talk to him and to tell us something about the shrine. He’s really approachable!

The souvenir shop showcases different handicrafts and some foods to eat since it has a small canteen inside. This includes the Cavite’s well known Tahong chips and Malunggay chips by Ocean Fresh.
P4211436t My lil brother looking at some handicrafts including the penny banks made from coconut shells, a wallet made of bull frog, hand made abanikos, tote bags, caps, hats, shirts and more.
P4211437t Souvenir mugs
zxdfxcc Attached on the wall is a sheet of the old five peso bills which features Gen Emilion Aguinaldo on the front and the Declaration of Philippine independence on the back side (that features the iconic independence balcony). This banknote however was circulated until the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas stopped printing this denomination in 1995 and was replaced by coins.
P4211438t On the other side of the shop lies the chips and other snacks. We decided to buy the famous Tahong Chips and Malunggay chips. Well, Cavite is known as one of the best place to buy Tahong (mussels) so it is not really surprising that someone came up with such product. Ocean Fresh is a company which processes sea based products and also their well known Veggie chips which has been featured in numerous tv shows. Aside from their Malunggay chips, they also offer Ampalaya, Kalabasa, Carrots, Saluyot, Onion, Ginger, Garlic, Banaba, Sambong and Lagundi Chips. There are no added preservatives. This can be dipped with vinegar for better tasting.

9 thoughts on “Malunggay And Tahong Chips By Ocean Fresh”

  1. hmmm, haven’t tried those chips from aguinaldo shrine. tried malunggay chips from the mall, didn’t like it that much. i’d rather have malunggay as veggie hehe. 😉

  2. Dalawang beses na akong nakapunta ng Aguinaldo Shrine pero hindi ko pa napuntahan itong Souvenir Shop na ito.

    Sana next time mabisita ko na ito. At sana ma-meet kita sa Cavite.

  3. rochkirstin says:

    Oh wow tahong chips and malunggay chips are two products that are not usually found in the leading supermarkets. I want to try them for snacks. The tastes must be interesting! 🙂

  4. Franc Ramon says:

    There are a lot of historical artifacts and souvenir items here. The Malunggay and Tahong chips would be healthier than regular chips.

  5. Jojo Vito says:

    I wanna try that malunggay and tahong chips. I hope they taste good as well 🙂

  6. mun says:

    Tahong chips are mussels chips? what are Malunggay chips made from? We don’t have them here.

  7. I wonder how tahong chips taste like. The malunggay chips got me curious too. I guess they are healthier alternatives to the usual junk food we eat.

  8. Yay! I didn’t even know that these chips exist! It”s for sure healthy than the regular ones.

  9. emiliana says:

    This snack is something I haave to try! I love tahong and malunggay!

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