Locally Intro-Juices its Newest Uniquely Indigenous Local Flavors and Merci Buco Line

Behold, a bounty of my latest local discovery from Locally, the 1st quirky ready-to-drink Filipino juice line made with unique & homegrown indigenous flavors that effortlessly captures the charmingly irreverent humor of Pinoys.

It is 100% homegrown in the Philippines with local fruits sourced from various locations in the country. Locally is NutriAsia’s first venture into beverages .

I believe that the Christmas season, more than ever, is the perfect time to support  local brands like Locally. By supporting local products during gift-giving, you're making it a happy Christmas for fellow Pinoys and their families too!

Locally   has   a   total   of   10   unique   and   indigenous   flavors   (7   juices   and   3   cocowater
variants). The 7 juices are: Mangosteenie Miney Mo, Calamansi’z The Day, Save the Best for Sineguelast, You’ve Dalandan It Again, Guyabano-body But You, Pomelong &
Lasting Love and Tamarind my Bell. As for the Merci Buco line, there are 3 variants:
Pandan, Lychee and Coconut Water.

It’s Merci Buco line boasts of being the First Eco-Certified Organic Cocowater in the
Philippines (USDA approved) and being the first to offer fun flavors like Pandan and

The variants capture the tasty, fruity flavors that are grown in rich, Philippine soil, farmed
by Filipino hands in the following areas:

●Tamarind: Cavite, Bulacan, Batangas, Zambales, Pangasinan and Nueva Ecija
●Dalandan: Batangas, Laguna, Mindoro
●Mangosteen: Davao
●Calamansi: Isabela, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan and Tarlac
●Guyabano: Cebu and Misamis Occidental
●Sineguelas: Luzon Area (Pangasinan)
●Pomelo: Davao and Quezon .
●Coconut: Bicol and Quezon

To educate the consumers about the product, the cans and bottles have a Philippine
map on it with pinpoints of provincial locations where the fruits were harvested from. Locally   is   helping   Filipino   farmers   and   communities   by   raising   awareness   and appreciation of our local fruits.

What makes Locally different from other juice brands is that it  makes use of unique, delicious, and indigenous Filipino flavors that are made from natural, homegrown ingredients (local). They are a far cry from your usual orange and mango-flavored juice drinks. The brand captures the spirit of Filipinos with its witty puns and fun persona, thus, capturing the charmingly irreverent humor of Pinoys. It also uses bright eco-friendly packaging.

Dear heart, ❤ Whenever I think about love, for some reason, it includes you. Kasi naman besh, mangosteen-amaan ka na naman! 😣 Di ka napapagod at never ka na yata ta-tamarind sa pagtibok. Sali ka ng sali sa larong Pomelo-kohan kahit puro buco-l lang naman ang inaabot mo. Guyabano how much it hurts pero dalandan-ce ka pa din ng dance. Di mo alam pinapaikot ka lang pala. Akala mo kaw lang ka chat nya but wait there's more... 😥 Kaya ayan na calamansi-eenzoned ka na naman. Bahala ka na besh.. kung happy ka naman, juice love... Pero sana naman siniguelast mo na yan. 😆 Love, Someone who is #livinlovinlocally Yours 😍 #akonalangulit #lovelocal . . . P.S. Check out the newest indigenous flavors of @locally_ph blended juice drinks. Photo: @rochellemiko #supportlocal #LocallyPH #hugot #justlove #juicelove #hugotpamore #alammoyan #hugotquotes #local #pinoy #juice #homegrown #sakitbesh #beentheredonethat #organic #GMOfree #juicesaying #juiceforyou
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Locally always thinks out of the ordinary. They’re always on the look-out for unique, and
down right local for their juices.They use fruits that are not usually produced as juices
which makes them stand out among the rest (e.g. Sineguelas and Tamarind) .

The   bottled   juices   are   priced   at   Php30.95   in   supermarkets,   while   the   cans   are   at
Php24.50 . As for the  Merci Buco line, the tetra packs are Php34.45 for 330mL and
Php91.95 for 1L.

Locally  juices  can  be  found in  7/11,  Puregold,   Robinsons, SM  Supermarkets, South
Supermarket, Rustans, Shopwise and Waltermart .

For more information about Locally, like them on Facebook and follow on Instagram, @locally_ph.