Mura Sarap All Natural Bagoong.


I'm not that adventurous when it comes to food.  I can't eat balut (developing duck embryo), isaw (barbecued intestines) or dinuguan (pork blood stew) even if they are well-loved food delicacies in the Philippines.  I can't even eat chicharon bulaklak (crackling intestines) even if T loves it so much.

But there is one thing I can eat and actually love... Bagoong! So when Mura Sarap said they'll send me their all natural bagoong, I immediately asked my mom to buy green mangoes so I can eat it with bagoong when I get home!





Four things you should know about Mura Sarap bagoong:


1. All-natural
Mura Sarap doesn't use preservatives or unhealthy extenders.  Only real alamang (krill).

2.  No sebo
Mura Sarap uses only high quality corn-oil which reduces or eliminates greasiness and challenges you to compare their bottles with their top competitors next time you're in the grocery.

3. Inventors of bagoong in sachets
Mura Sarap is the first to see that customers wanted to enjoy bite-sized packaging to keep the contents fresh.

4. Best tasting bagoong
Mura Sarap believes to have the best tasting bagoong that it only comes in one flavor, which is a special recipe and a family secret.

Where to buy Mura Sarap bagoong?  Cherry Fooderama, SM Hypermart, Puregold, and Shopwise supermarkets.

Thank you again for the package Mura Sarap!


Mura Sarap Bagoong

Hashtag: #MuraSarapBagoong


3 comments

  1. I think it's funny that you don't like dinuguan and balut but like bagoong! My dad is white and he likes every bizarre Filipino food there is except that he won't touch bagoong. He says it smells like stinky feet - and I've seen how it's prepared traditionally so I know he isn't that far off.

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  2. CAPIZENA. I know, weird right? :)

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  3. CAPIZENA. I know, weird right? :)

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