By Victoria “Nike” De Dios
Who doesn’t love chocolates? And for sure, the Filipino chocoholics would be very excited to know that the Philippines has its own “chocolate haven” which can only be found at the Duty Free Philippines Fiestamall in Parañaque City.
The captivating newly-opened “chocolate haven” section with 1,100 square meters space would certainly arouse the “Hansel and Gretel” in you. This offers a vast range of delicious treats directly imported from Europe, the United States, and Australia.
According to DFPC Chief Operating Officer Vicente Pelagio A. Angala, the said section boasts about 100 chocolate and snack brands including premium assortments of Godiva, Valrhona, Lindt, Guylian, and Goldkenn.
“Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and balikbayans returning home for the holidays can now enjoy a more joyful and convenient holiday shopping by providing the best gift that they could give their families,” said DFPC Chief Operating Officer Vicente Angala.
“We also made sure that shoppers will feel the unique Paskong Pinoy ambiance by opening doors to amazing activities to bring happiness and cheer to our shoppers,” he added.
“”While we are promoting chocolates from other countries, Duty Free Philippines has been supporting our Filipino world class chocolates in our stores as early as 2018. Not only that, we also support our entrepreneurs by showcasing their products in all our stores, and also have a Kabuhayan Package for our Kababayans who want to start a small business based on their interest and budget.” Duty Free Philippines COO pointed out to THEPHILBIZNEWS.
Balikbayans, OFWs and tourist can experience festive and vibrant Christmas decor that will certainly awe them including the outdoor giant holiday gift boxes plus the serenade of Christmas carols by the Duty Free Rondalla fortifies the unique Filipino Christmas spirit.
And to give more time to the Holiday shoppers, Duty Free has extended operating hours until midnight every Friday and the rest of the weekend until December 29, 2019.to help last-minute shoppers complete their Christmas lists.
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