LEARN ABOUT FILIPINO CANDY
Yema (condensed milk and egg yolks), Pastilyas (soft milk candy), Turrones de Mani
CANDY FROM FRUITS, ROOT CROPS, ETC.
sampalok (tamarind), ube (purple yam), milon (cantaloupe), langka (jackfruit), kamyas (tree cucumber), pinasugbo (bananas), mangga (mango), luya (ginger), kundol (wintermelon), pakumbo (coconut), bukayo (coconut), panocha (sugar and peanuts)
BRANDED HARD, CHEWY, SOFT & CHOCOLATEY CANDIES
Jack n Jill X.O. classic coffee candy, Viva, Bobot, Hany, Choc-Nut, Stay Fresh menthol candies, Butterkist, Halls, VoZZ cool menthol candy, Butterkist butter-flavored ball candy, iMlk rich milk candies, iMILK choco-filled milk candies, Monami Strawberry & Creamy creamy strawberry-flavored smoothies candy, Monami butter cream caramel rich milky butter cream caramel, Monami premium cafe latte candy with coconut milk, Monami premium coffee candy… Chewy candies like Frutos soft chewy candy (Original, Doublicious, Tropical), Fruichi Duo Berri, iCool chewy menthol, Kool’em Soft Chewy Mint, Champi (Premium) choco-filled chewy chocolate candy, Champi Eclair chewy caramel with centerfilled chocolate, Champi Kape cream-filled chewy coffee candy, Champi Yema (choco-filled chewy yema), Champi Tsoko Pnuts (chewy choco & nut with nutty chocolate filling), Choco Joy soft chewy chocolate candy, Schoko Caramel chocolate-coated caramel… Columbia International Food Products.
PHOTOS OF SWEETS & CANDIES ENJOYED IN THE PHILIPPINES
Yema is the Spanish word for “egg yolk.” This soft Philippine candy is shaped into a pyramid or a ball, and then wrapped in cellophane. It originated from Spain, where nuns in monasteries used egg yolks donated to them by winemakers (who used only the white part of eggs in their winemaking process) to make sweets and pastries.