Mango-ong

While at the SM North Edsa Sky Garden, I noticed a long queue in one of the food carts, turned out that they are lining up for Mango-ong. Mango-ong, a stall that sells green mangoes and singkamas with bagoong or shrimp paste. The lowly mangga’t bagoong often seen in carts in the streets leveled up into a foodcart in malls just like the ice scramble.

mango-ong

I bought one for take-out. 1 cheek of green mango is Php 20. They charge you for the take-out box though, and also for the extra scoops of bagoong.

mango-ong

They have different flavors of bagoong: regular; regular spicy; sweet, sweet & spicy; extra hot, salty; and salty & spicy. I had Sweet & Spicy.

For those who are wondering about Mango-ong franchise, they are NOT OPEN FOR FRANCHISE. They posted this message in their foodcarts as well:

IMPORTANT NOTICE

We, Green Mango-ong Foods Corporation, are the legal and legitimate owner of the Mango-ong business, food stalls, trade mark and name, and all that is ancillary to our business. Please be informed that we are currently NOT accepting franchise and we have NOT issued any.

For your protection, please DO NOT accommodate anybody using our tradename and logo for the purpose of soliciting franchise. We have not authorized anybody.

Please beware of unscrupulous individuals and/or other business entities purporting to be the owner of the Mango-ong business in order to obtain franchise fees from unwitting investors. As part of our corporate policy, we do not franchise our business or any part thereof. As such, we would like to categorically and unequivocally deny any connection with these unscrupulous individuals who are victimizing clueless members of the public.

Should you have any queries, please call Tel. No. (02) 984-7855.  Thank you.

Green Mango-ong Foods Corporation

 

Comments

  1. Ang cute ng name hehe! Anong lasa sis, masarap naman? Ala-Barrio Fiesta ba na naka-jar?

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  2. Mango-ong IS NOT OPEN FOR FRANCHISE. But there’s a poser offering franchise packages, fooling Filipinos and stealing their hard-earned money. He will seem legit BUT he isn’t! I received an offer on Facebook! BEWARE!

    http://nappykaye.blogspot.com/2012/03/beware-mango-ong-franchise-scam.html

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  3. naglaway at nangasim naman ako. I’ll try the sweet & spicy bagoong too.

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