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Filipino Candy

 

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

 

  • Stay Fresh menthol candies
    Stay Fresh
    Posted in: Filipino Candy

    Stay Fresh Menthol Candies are a popular childhood favorite for many Filipinos. Small green balls of mint flavor that you shoot from your mouth at a classmate when you’re bored in school…

  • Frutos soft, chewy candies
    Frutos Soft Chewy Candy
    Posted in: Filipino Candy

    One of the “vintage” Filipino candies made by Columbia’s Philippines. The flavors in their original 50-piece bag are Grape, Lemon, Orange, and Strawberry. Their “Tropical Fruits” collection consists of Mango, Tamarind, Lychee and Ponkan flavors.

  • White Rabbit creamy candies
    White Rabbit
    Posted in: Filipino Candy

    The White Rabbit brand of milk candy is not an original Filipino product but of Chinese origin, yet has been widely enjoyed in the Philippines for decades. This “creamy candy” is white, with a soft, chewy texture.

  • Candyman Kendi Mint
    Candyman Kendi Mint
    Posted in: Filipino Candy

    Kendi Mint candy is one of the classic hard candies from the Philippines, evoking nostalgic memories in Filipinos of all ages.

  • Sampalok Champoy
    Champoy
    Posted in: Filipino Candy

    Photo by Toyang Noresa of Spicy Tamarind Champoy from Batangas. Champoy is traditionally made not with tamarind, but yangmei fruit. And do you remember the Champoy theme song? We have the recording and lyrics!

  • Bobot: Filipino Candy
    Bobot
    Posted in: Filipino Candy

    Bobot Candy-Coated Peanuts… “vintage” Filipino candies from the 1990s. Made by Highland Confectionery Mfg. Inc. in Mandaue City, Philippines. Sold in packs containing 24 small packages, each containing four nuts.

  • Choco Mangga Dipped in Dark Chocolate
    Choco Mangga
    Posted in: Filipino Candy, Filipino Snacks

    Choco Mangga is a product of Vermedes Inc, makers of R&M Preserves. Mangga is the Tagalog word for mango. Choco Mangga is strips of chewy dried mango dipped in chocolate. There are two variants of Choco Mangga — dipped in dark chocolate or white chocolate.