Bibingkinitan

We got this mini version of Bibingka (Filipino rice cake) at Bibingkinitan kiosk in Puregold North Commonwealth for P120/six pieces or P20 per piece (less than .50 cents) last year.

I’m fond of eating kakanin (Filipino delicacies) and I promised myself to buy Bibingkinitan whenever I see an outlet selling them. Opportunity came up and I finally got my wish! 😀

I never realized Bibingkinitan would taste so delicious. Next time I would buy a dozen for my family.  😀

Bibingkinitan was launched in the market in 2004. Its brand name, Bibingkinitan, is connotative of its sku (shelf keeping unit) or single serving size that it made available to its buyers at the retail price of P20. Today, the Bibingkinitan kiosks number some 150 and counting. Source: http://business.inquirer.net/money/columns/view/20101203-306693/What-is-the-true-key-to-Bibingkinitans-success

7 thoughts on “Bibingkinitan

    1. Yami Post author

      @Mona, masarap talaga siya. Pero minsan mas maganda rin yung bagong luto talaga, ‘yung nakikita mo kung pano ginawa like the ones being sold pag simbang gabi. 🙂

      Reply
  1. yhang

    sino po ba mostly ang bumibili ng bibingkinitan? mga may trabaho or mga students lang? thanks . for research purpose lang po in school.

    Reply
    1. Yami Post author

      Hi Yhang. Kahit sino pwedeng bumili ng bibingkinitan. Wala akong idea kung anong age bracket ang karamihan na bumibili nito. Salamat sa komento.

      Reply
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