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Friday, June 6, 2014

Philippines Grocery Haul | Where to find imported grocery in the Philippines

I didn't know that there's a Landmark supermarket at Trinoma (until I saw it online). Since it's only 5-10 minutes away from my house, I went for a visit and oh boy, I discovered foodie heaven!

grocery haul video

Philippines grocery haul at Trinoma's Landmark Supermarket

No more traveling all the way to Makati to get imported goods. No more waiting 45-50 days of waiting for the balikbayan box whenever I order stuff abroad! Yey!

Btw, the WalterMart ecobags are just what I use to grocery-shop. The items here are all from LandMark Supermarket at Trinoma.

I checked out the make-up section; I'm gonna make a video when I shop there too :)

Since this video was filmed, I made another trip at the supermarket and brought home more goodies (walnuts,almonds still in their shells etc etc).

Note: Items in this haul which are difficult or near impossible to get in the Philippines before (may or may not be shown in the video)

So what did I haul back home from the supermarket?

  • Crisco
  • sundried tomatoes in olive oil
  • arborio rice (for risotto)
  • lentil
  • tomyao
  • peanut butter chips
  • red skinned potatoes
  • Japanese cucumber
  • panchetta
  • refried beans
  • soft tacos
  • rotti
  • herbal essences products
  • sparkling apple juice
  • molasses
  • fresh blackberries
  • frozen croissant
  • fresh raspberries
  • Chinese broccoli
  • agave syrup
  • proschiutto
  • pastrami
  • turkey thighs
  • pepperoni (real ones, not the local version)
  • canneloni shells
  • spinach wraps
  • whole wheat flour
  • couscous
  • loads of spices (McCormick)
  • Danish butter
  • bread flour
  • lamb chops
  • green tea ice cream yey!
  • mozzarella (plain)
  • smoked mozzarella
  • whipped cream in can
  • fresh basil
  • fresh mint
  • heirloom tomatoes
  • Korean mushrooms (I forgot the name)
  • dried soba noodles
  • salmon roe
  • bamboo shells
  • potato noodles
  • dried seaweed
  • Japanese miso soup base
  • Vietnamese rice paper (for spring rolls)
  • endives
  • butterball lettuce
  • fresh peaches
  • fresh asparagus

Not sure if I forgot anything, but these items are either super rare (found only in specialty food stores in the Philippines) or not available at all. Its great to have them all in one place yey!
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