Glay’s Balitsaw (Original)

from GLAYS DELI FOOD PRODUCTS


₱80.00

  • SKU: 4UP1802P;
  • Category: Delicacies

"If you think Balitsaw smells fishy, have a taste and realize fishy is delicious. “Balitsaw/Balichow” is Filipinos’ original dish made from fermented fish sautéed with coconut milk. It is a perfect dip for green mangos, crispy turnips, boiled sweet potato, and young banana. This mouth-watering deli is available in two (2) flavors, sweet and spicy to suit your preference. Moreover, this product is distinct from other sautéed fish as to its clean & meticulous process of cooking, its secret add-on ingredients, and its functional presentation and packaging.

Let’s chow with Glay’s Balitsaw!"

Glay's Deli Food Products Glay Neth F. Fiedacan Glay's Bagoong-Alamang Guisado
Flavors:
*Original
*Spicy 09081239394 The owner is fond of eating mango. Her then suitor, now her husband, makes alamang for her as act of courtship until they got married. The alamang was undeniably appetizing and distinctive as it is a product of love and patience. With their friends’ recommendations, they tried to sell their product packed in an ordinary plastic bag for only five pesos (5.00) each. They have few costumers then. Eventually though, more and more costumers began to look for their bagoong-alamang guisado for its distinct taste from other alamangs that are sold in the public market. When the couple noticed the increasing pattern in their sales, they decided to formally register the business in 2012.

With the intention to improve on their venture, they began attending various seminars and trainings conducted by both private and government entities. When they learned about positive impacts of proper packaging and labelling, they look for possible help to improve their former product form. Until they knew of DOST’s Packaging and Labeling Assistance and apply for it. By 2013, they receive free label designs and printing under the program for their bagoong-alamang guisado and balitsaw, a fish paste cooked with coconut milk, which they add as another product line.

Subsequently in 2015, the firm has been included in DOST’s pilot Mentoring program for MSMEs. For almost a year of the program’s implementation, the proponent and her husband has been active on attending it. They claimed, to learn a lot from the Mentoring especially on value adding and business innovation and so in October 2015, they invested in another venture they named “Lazsaji Grill” where they use their Alamang and Balitsaw as side dish for their main courses composed mainly of inasal chicken and other grilled food selections.

To date, their Alamang and Balitsaw are sold in the leading grocery stores in Odiongan and other nearby municipalities as well as in parts of Lipa, Cavite, and Manila. Lazsaji Grill, on the other hand, was becoming more and more popular to the locals. With the increase in demand, the firm needs to upgrade their production,
thus applying for DOST's assistance.
Glay's Deli Food Products Glay Neth F. Fiedacan Glay's Bagoong-Alamang Guisado
Flavors:
*Original
*Spicy 09081239394 The owner is fond of eating mango. Her then suitor, now her husband, makes alamang for her as act of courtship until they got married. The alamang was undeniably appetizing and distinctive as it is a product of love and patience. With their friends’ recommendations, they tried to sell their product packed in an ordinary plastic bag for only five pesos (5.00) each. They have few costumers then. Eventually though, more and more costumers began to look for their bagoong-alamang guisado for its distinct taste from other alamangs that are sold in the public market. When the couple noticed the increasing pattern in their sales, they decided to formally register the business in 2012.

With the intention to improve on their venture, they began attending various seminars and trainings conducted by both private and government entities. When they learned about positive impacts of proper packaging and labelling, they look for possible help to improve their former product form. Until they knew of DOST’s Packaging and Labeling Assistance and apply for it. By 2013, they receive free label designs and printing under the program for their bagoong-alamang guisado and balitsaw, a fish paste cooked with coconut milk, which they add as another product line.

Subsequently in 2015, the firm has been included in DOST’s pilot Mentoring program for MSMEs. For almost a year of the program’s implementation, the proponent and her husband has been active on attending it. They claimed, to learn a lot from the Mentoring especially on value adding and business innovation and so in October 2015, they invested in another venture they named “Lazsaji Grill” where they use their Alamang and Balitsaw as side dish for their main courses composed mainly of inasal chicken and other grilled food selections.

To date, their Alamang and Balitsaw are sold in the leading grocery stores in Odiongan and other nearby municipalities as well as in parts of Lipa, Cavite, and Manila. Lazsaji Grill, on the other hand, was becoming more and more popular to the locals. With the increase in demand, the firm needs to upgrade their production,
thus applying for DOST's assistance.