Welcome to Real Food: A Local Grocer That You Need to Know About

All things healthy are celebrated at Alabang's neighborhood grocer, Real Food.

 

Real Food’s curated selection of food picks is an eye-opener for anyone who has ever been intimidated by the healthy eating lifestyle. Find everything from gluten-free (super chewy!) brownies, to kombucha, to organic grass-fed proteins, to frozen pre-packed vegetarian meals. Located in a cozy spot in Alabang’s Molito Lifestyle Mall, Real Food makes healthy meals and ingredients both accessible and approachable.

 


 

Owners Nicole Fandiño, Katrina Mañosa, Honey Almendral, and Bea Lhuillier keep a tightly-knit community in focus: greens and other produce are brought to the store upon harvest from Tagaytay and Cavite, and many suppliers of theirs share the same vision of putting everything local at the forefront.  

 

“People have been very receptive to our products,” Almendral shares. “There is a sense of community and a crowd surprisingly larger than what we had expected.”

 

Driven by a vision to push people towards a lifestyle that nourishes, the folks behind this neighborhood grocer have a knack for knowing exactly what their community needs. Do save room in your pantry for food hauls from Real Food’s shelves.

 

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