IT WAS in the middle of summer season amid the ongoing pandemic this year when MacabeBest rolled out its version of Pinoy’s summer favorite heat buster, halo-halo.
It all started when Jon Yanga, and his wife Lyn Pagcu, made their own halo-halo at home to quench their craving for “something cool.”
“Since the ingredients we bought is too much for us, my wife and I decided to sell halo-halo to our neighbours,” Yanga said.
From there, MacabeBest Halo-halo became the answer to the craving of Kapampangans working from home, or holed up in offices as it is delivered right at their doorstep.
Named after their hometown Macabebe, Yanga and his wife started in 2020 selling the town’s famous products like burong isda (fermented rice and fish), atchara (papaya relish) and leche flan.
In July, MacabeBest introduced its own version of champorado, a classic Pinoy favorite perfect for the rainy season.
MacabeBest Champorado offers a wide variety of eye-catching colors and flavours including classic tablea, choco-pastillas, ube queso and langka, mango loco and buko pandan.
Every tub of their champorado is best paired with MacabeBest’s signature dolce crema.
MacabeBest guarantees its customers of high-quality products, and food safety.
“We commit to prepare each items following food safety guidelines, offer quality products while keeping it at an affordable price #sulitsarap as they call it,” Yanga said.
Yanga plans to create more exceptional products from Macabebe to help promote his hometown’s tourism.
“We are looking forward to opening our first physical store to accommodate dine/in customers. We’re getting ready to dominate other cities and provinces through franchising, as well,” he added.
Ready to order? Contact MacabeBest here: Facebook and Instagram -- Macabebest Halo-halo; or call/text 0961-404-8895.
You may pick-up your orders at Block 6 Lot 3 Luke Drive, Villa Czarina Subd., Barangay Cuayan, Angeles City.