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Long-Distance Love: Send Food Packages via the Goldilocks Padala Online ProgramIt’s now easier to show loved ones you care!
No family affair or Pinoy celebration is complete without a hearty spread—whether it’s an ordinary day which calls for eating together or there’s an occasion worth celebrating, springing for good food for loved ones always spells affection and thoughtfulness. Even distance is not an easy excuse: online facilities such as the Goldilocks Padala Online make it easy for relatives abroad to send food packages for loved ones in the Philippines.
Here, three reasons why it’s worth a try:
1. It’s convenient. Whether you’re just three hours away or live halfway around the globe, Goldilocks’ Padala Online is open 24/7. You don’t need to squeeze in shopping time or need to travel far just to send a package to families in the Philippines. The online ordering service allows you to browse through the menu list at your own convenience.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
2. All your favorite Pinoy treats are there. From cakes to party plates, the website allows you to pick your fave dishes, pay via credit card and have them sent to relatives or friends in the Philippines. Instant food fiesta with just a few clicks!
3. Good food always shows you care. If you feel like you’re missing out on a birthday or an important milestone by being miles away, food packages are always a good idea. Send warm wishes through a plate of dinuguan or sweet thoughts with well-loved Goldilocks polvoron to loved ones in the Philippines.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Visit padala.goldilocks.com.ph to order now. Website is available to non-Philippine residents.
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