Mama Sita donates stamps, cookbooks to Cebu library

THE Mama Sita Foundation recently donated commemorative stamps and cookbooks to Cebu City Public Library, honoring the 100th birth anniversary of the nation's culinary icon figure Teresita "Mama Sita" Reyes.

Ruth Chua (left in the photo shown above), chief librarian of Cebu City Public Library, received the commemorative stamps and cookbooks in a turnover ceremony led by Mama Sita Foundation delegate Chinggay V. Utzurrum.

Teresita Reyes's vision of bringing the taste of Philippine cuisine to the world motivated her to build "Mama Sita," which is now available in more than 40 countries.

Despite the increase in popularity of processed food, Mama Sita continues its legacy of bringing original Filipino flavors throughout the world. (PR)

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