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Mang Inasal's National Halo-Halo Day on March 19

Filipinos are fond of sweets and a meal is never complete without some dessert. And if ever there is such thing as a National Dessert, then ours would be Halo-Halo.



Do you know that there are many variations of halo-halo all over the Philippines? I've tasted a halo-halo with yema in Cebu, then there's the one in Pampanga that uses carabao's milk. Have you tasted the halo-halo with macaroni noodles somewhere in the Mountain Province? Or what about the famous and "sosyal" halo-halo served in Manila Peninsula Hotel?

So if you love halo-halo (which I know you do), head to Mang Inasal on March 19, 2017 and be a part of Filipino dessert history as it unveils the first ever National Halo-Halo Sarap Day.

"Filipinos love halo-halo," Mang Inasal Brand Manager Paygee Anne Palmos said. "And this love is rooted in various reasons- from cultural to heartwarming personal stories and memories associated with family and loved ones. With our well-loved Pinoy Halo-Halo, we wanted to pioneer a celebration that everyone could easily relate to. And with the hot Philippine summer settling in, we decided to launch a nationwide celebration of our love for halo-halo."

Visit Mang Inasal on March 19 and enjoy a Pinoy Halo-Halo for only P25! That's for the small cup and the regular cup is also available at the discounted rate of P45. The promo is valid for the whole day of March 19. And there's more, lucky customers in selected branches will also get a special treat on National Halo-Halo Sarap Day.

"The shared love for halo-halo unites us as dessert-loving Filipinos. We are proud and excited to lead this celebration of simple joy that brings together friends, families, and loved ones," added Palmos.


Why do you love halo-halo? Share your story using the #HaloHaloSarapDay. And don’t forget to follow Mang Inasal’s official Facebook and Instagram accounts for updates on National Halo-Halo Sarap Day.

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