Aspiring MVP Bossing Teng De Castro reinvents restaurant concept

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   PLDT Enterprise recently launched its MVP Bossing campaign last December to inspire enterprises to rediscover and reinvent their businesses today to successfully thrive in the future. With the theme Rediscovery, Reinvention, it aims to convey a message of hope, to recognize and appreciate local entrepreneurs who took on the challenges their businesses faced because of the global health crisis. Aspiring MVP Bossing Teng de Castro is the Managing Partner of Dapo at Tisa Filipino Cuisine, which is known for its fresh Filipino dishes, top-notch service staff, and comfortable dining areas. The pandemic where government had to implement total lockdown greatly affected Dapo at Tisa, which has 4 branches and 80 employees across the metro. Teng de Castro says they closed down for two weeks, and had to hurriedly pivot, from a dine-in establishment to a cloud kitchen concept, with food to be delivered or for take-out. Teng de Castro says that they had to pivot in order to cope with the cris

Bbibons: 2-in-1 Baby Food!

Got some package from Rebisco yesterday. I was actually wondering why they would send me something for free. But I recall that I signed up for a product review sometime July. 



I actually got intrigued with this product, that I joined the review opps. I was thinking that I should give this one a try, for my little one is not into pre-made baby food (like some cereals of pureed products on the market). She preferred eating rice with veggies, of which for me is very ideal and best over those pre-made, high with preservative foods bought in the market. 

Having the fact that she also loves munching on biscuits, so i told myself why not give this a try if ever given the chance to do the review. 



I picked the package at the courier branch, (though it was supposed to be delivered at home, but I was out of town).

Bibibons (fyi) is the first local product for babies, that is biscuit and cereal-in-one specially formulated for babies who are starting to eat solid food. 

What is good about Bibibons is that it can be enjoyed in two ways: as a finger food, and as an instant cereal. By just adding water or milk, mash the biscuits into a consistency that you like, and you have an instant meal for baby.

Bibibons has the nutrients important for baby's growth and development. 


 When I arrived home and my little one saw me with some package at hand, she look at me and asked for some "pasalubong" as I always do when I get home from shoots.

As we opened the package, she's that eager to open the box and want to have some. Along with my eldest daughter(8yo), they opened the box and both have one pack each for themselves. 

My little one's initial reaction was to eat and munch on the biscuits, was waiting for the verdict if she'll gonna like it or not. But luckily, she loved the taste of it. Finished eating 2 packs actually, while her big sister finished a pack. 

The box comes with 6packs and comes with 6pcs of biscuits. 
Surprisingly, my husband also liked the taste of it, though I find it bland for me. Oh yeah, this one is for babies.. LOL


According to the package, it contains DHA, Taurine, Vitamin A, Iron and Calcium that supports body development, Panthothenic Acid and Vitamin C that supports a healthy immune system, and other essential nutrients for baby's proper health and development.

This product is also affordable and can be included in your weekly's budget with the price of Php36.00/box (Box of 6packs). 


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