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Jollibee Introduces Jollibee Buko Pie

OMG Jollibee Buko Pie is super sarap!


The buko filling is both creamy and meaty which compliments the crisp pie pastry. I just had this for breakfast which I paired with a cup of coffee. So good! Haha I don't have to go to Los Banos for that famous buko pie because there's a Jollibee branch near our place.


This delightful creation is  the latest food selection launched by Jollibee, the Philippines' #1 fastfood brand.

"We wanted to introduce a brand new but totally familiar local flavor to Jollibee's selection of well-loved desserts and snacks," shares Kay Segismundo, Jollibee Senior Marketing Manager for Complementary Products. "There's no better treat to offer at Jollibee than the delightfully tasty Buko Pie and we're glad to make it easily accessible to anyone who craves it."


The Jollibee Buko Pie is a perfect dessert after dining at Jollibee, or as snack and also when you have a balikbayan guest.

A solo order of Jollibee Buko Pie costs PHP30 and PHP89 for the 3pcs pack. This is available for dine-in, take-out, drive-thru and even delivery at all Jollibee stores nationwide.

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