The Philippine Brand Dried Mango (Photo courtesy of Profood International Corporation)
Aside from lechon, Cebu is also known for its dried mangoes. These tasty treats have satisfied the sweet tooth of both locals and visitors for over three decades. They have also found their way into the homes of many households around the world. Profood International Corporation
is one of the oldest dried mango
manufacturers in Cebu. The company established the first Mango Museum in the country in 2012. The museum shows how dried mangoes are made from the time they are plucked out of the mango tree until they are packed for delivery.
Where to Buy:
Islands Pasalubong offers a good variety of Cebuano delicacies. There are four Islands Pasalubong branches conveniently located along the usual tourist routes, with their flagship store located within walking distance of Magellan’s Cross along Magallanes Street. You can also find Cebu dried mangoes at the grocery and on supermarket shelves as well as pasalubong centers around the city.