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Jollibee's Ube Pie Is Back!

Its back! Jollibee's beloved Ube Pie is once again available at all Jollibee branches to satisfy your cravings. Of course, this is for a limited time only so be sure to head off to your favorite branch and have your fill of the delicious ube pie.


"When we launched the Jollibee Ube Pie last May, the sales and the demand was so great. It was so well loved that we knew we just had to bring it back for our customers," said Kay Segismundo, Jollibee Senior Marketing Manager of Complementary Products. "We wanted to bring back the joy to all the ube-lovers and to allow those who have yet to try this delicious dessert to join in on the delight."

For the past few years, ube or purple yam has been gaining world-wide recognition as restaurants in other parts of the world also highlights purple yam in their dessert menu.

Drop by your favorite Jollibee branch and have an ube pie or two. This is available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery for P29 for a solo pack and P82 for a trio pack.

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