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Jollibee Tuna Pie is Back!

Jollibee's Tuna Pie, a savory and delightful pie makes it way back to all Jollibee branches. Loyal customers eagerly awaits this time of the year for this beloved pie since it was launched in 2009.


"We can almost hear Jollibee Tuna Pie lovers rejoicing over the return of the snack they've been craving for. Countless foodies and regular diners have indeed become loyal fans, and it is for them that we are bringing back this snack that makes fish tastes so good," says Francis Flores, Chief Marketing Officer for Jollibee.

And to make the Tuna Pie experience much more memorable, Jollibee introduces the new Tuna Pie Value Meal pairs- Tuna Pie with Jolly Crispy Fries and drink for only P80; and the Tuna Pie Trip pack for only P115.

These treats are available in all Jollibee branches for a limited time only.




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