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BUENO Sardines!

Do you want a yummy or side dish/appetizer? Or any viand for your rice on your meal? Looking for pasalubongs and giveaways? I’m featuring Bueno Sardines to you!

If you search the word “Bueno” it’s a Spanish word that means “good”. Definitely, being delighted to taste how good Bueno’s Spanish sardines, is an opportunity for me to feature it as a product with quality and good taste.

Fresh herrings from the ocean are caught, directly processed and cooked (salted and seasoned) into sardines (Spanish style) and put into sterilized bottles and voila, ready to market and eat (of course)!

It comes in different flavorful varieties.




  1. Bueno Spanish Sardines in Corn oil (Mild) – Fish, pickles, carrots, pepper, cloves, salt
  2. Bueno Spanish Sardines in Corn oil (Spiced)- Fish, pickles, carrots, pepper, cloves, salt, chili
  3. Bueno Sardines in Tomato Sauce- Fish, corn oil, chili, tomato, pepper, sugar
  4. Bueno Gourmet Toyo (Dried Herring)-Fish, corn oil, vinegar, garlic, chili
  5. Bueno Pure Oyap in Corn oil (shrimp fry)-Shrimps, corn oil, pepper, garlic, salt, sugar, vinegar, lemon
  6. Bueno Spanish Sardines in Olive oil- Fish, pickles, carrots, pepper, cloves, salt

Prices my range from P60.00 to P90.00 (it may change according market demands). Discounts are given if purchased in bulk.

Bueno Sardines is a product of Dipolog Bueno Food Processing, Inc. in Dipolog city.

For inquiries and direct orders, please contact, Mr. Ben Bueno at 09164655234 or thru me at admin@obnoxiousqueer.com.

Now, grab a bottle of Bueno Sardines at your own choice and enjoy your meal!!!

Bon Appetit!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

kinsa man ga ingon nimo na herring na nga isda ge gamit sa bueno sardines?

Anonymous said...

"Fresh herrings from the ocean are caught, directly processed and cooked (salted and seasoned) into sardines..."

Dude,you can't turn a herring into a sardine. The terms "sardine" and "herring" refer to a different variety of fishes. It seems you have mistaken the term "sardines" to refer to a fish that has undergone processing. Nein, es ist nicht.

mch said...

where can i find bueno sardines in manila??