Being a kid is always a good thing to remember. Just chilling and playing hide and seek, tumbang preso, chinese garter, teks and jolens. After doing these games you just want to take a sip of some cold drink to give yourself some refreshing vibe. I remember asking my mom to make some homemade ice cream which pinoy usually call – Ice Candy. It is made of powdered juice and when freezes it instantly will turn into an ice candy.
My mom usually prepares different flavors and offers it too to other kids in our neighborhood for only 2 pesos back then! P.S. don’t ask the year because it’s much cheaper back then. LELZ!
Nay’s Ice Candy
With the climate we have here in the Philippines it’s no doubt that we can still eat ice candy even in cold months, hello it’s our favorite still! So I’m glad that I found Nay’s Ice Candy and it all brings back those happy memories I had back when I was a kid. They had different flavors as well. But I love best is their chocolate and avocado flavored ice candies.
Nay’s Ice Candy is not only a regular business but it help Filipino families by creating sustainable livelihood for Nanays and help our country overcome poverty through microentrepreneurship. Nay’s Ice Candy is more than a product. It is a symbol of hope for our Nanays that they need not to settle for a life for their family less than what they deserve. More than the delight Nay’s Ice Candy gives, we want our consumers to know that for each bite that they enjoy, a family is also happy to serve and earn on their own.
This coming holiday I know a lot of you are thinking of gift ideas that you will give to your moms, titas, or lolas. Then why not give them a gift that will surely help their lives and families. Give them something that they can earn from. As the saying goes, “Don’t just give them fish, teach them how to fish”. Give these in packs and help them have a much better life.
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