Developed by NutriAsia in 2015, LOCALLY has been making waves through its quirky-named flavors, but it also stands for something greater: “Responsible Goodness“. LOCALLY is good for everyone in an integral sense.
Organic, gluten-free, non-GMO, non-fat, non-cholesterol and a good source of electrolytes and Vitamin C, LOCALLY is a healthy drink we can keep coming back to. However, these fruit juices are not only good for us, but they are also good for the community. LOCALLY promotes some of the indigenous fruits found in different parts of the Philippines and support the livelihood of local farming communities, potentially improving the lives of the Filipino farmers and their children. Using recyclable cans and plastic bottles, LOCALLY is 100% eco-friendly.
Truly Filipino by its own right, LOCALLY captures the colorful attitude and humor of Pinoys through the vibrant packaging and punny names. The educational labels also tell us where each fruit is grown and harvested from. The act of supporting local gradually helps form the Filipino identity through the awareness and appreciation of local fruits, instilling national pride.
LOCALLY juices are available in all leading convenience stores and supermarkets (7-Eleven, Puregold, Robinsons, SM Supermarkets, South Supermarket, Rustans, Shopwise and Waltermart) selling at PHP 30.95 for bottled juices and PHP 24.50 for cans. The Merci Buco line are contained in tetra packs priced at PHP 34.45 (330mL) and PHP 91.95 (1L). For more information, you may visit @LocallyPH on Instagram and Facebook.
10 Locally Fruit Juice Flavors
1. Tamarind (Tamarind My Bell)
Harvested from Cavite, Bulacan, Batangas, Zambales, Pangasinan and Nueva Ecija
2. Sineguelas (Save The Best for Sineguelast) a.k.a. “Philippine Plum”
Harvested from Pangasinan
3. Mangosteen (Mangosteenie Miney Mo) a.k.a. “Unicorn of the Fruits”
Harvested from Davao
Dubbed as the “unicorn of the fruits”, Mangostein is incredibly rare and hard to describe.
4. Pomelo (Pomelong and Lasting Love)
Harvested from Davao and Quezon
5. Guyabano (Guyabano-body But You)
Harvested from Cebu and Misamis Occidental
6. Calamansi (Calamansi’z The Day)
Harvested from Isabela, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan and Tarlac
7. Dalandan (You’ve Dalandan It Again)
Harvested from Batangas, Laguna, Mindoro
8-10. Buco (Merci Buco 100% Coconut Water, Lychee, Buko Pandan)
Harvested from Bicol and Quezon
Merci Buco is the only USDA-certified coconut water in the Philippines.
LOCALLY Made Into COCKTAILS
The beauty in all this is that LOCALLY juices can be turned into a cocktail! Liquido Maestro or the “liquid chef” has travelled around the Philippines in search of unique ingredients to complement LOCALLY’s flavors in an attempt to create a fully Filipino cocktail mix. He immerses himself in the culture of the local community and tribe, asking them “Anong iniinom ng lolo mo?” (“What does your grandfather drink?”) The younger generations are more exposed to western alcoholic beverages like beer, rhum and vodka, so the Liquido Maestro made it his mission to look for some traditional Filipino liquors or alcoholic drinks that would do juice-tice to LOCALLY.
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