Perhaps you have seen the Pinoy Tasty if you are one of those mall goers. This tasty (loaf bread) is a project of Department of Trade of Industry (DTI) and a group of Bakers. I guessed this bread has nothing to with President Noynoy Aquino. The spelling is Pinoy and not PNOY, the abbreviation of President Noynoy.
Loaf bread price range from 42-47 pesos but Pinoy Tasty cost only 36 pesos. A a maximum of 10 peso price difference.
Pinoy tasty has limited amount of ingredients. It has no eggs, milk, margarine and bread improver. They also used a cheaper version of sugar, wash sugar (maybe segunda or brown sugar)
The label claimed that it is cheap and nutritious. It is fortified with iron and Vitamin A. I have not tasted it yet because I have no time to go to supermarket. The nearest one is a two hours travel.
I wonder if it is really tasty, delicious, even if eggs, milk and margarine are omitted. The bread loaf below is really delicious. I love eating it even without mayonnaise, peanut butter, jam or any kind of spread. I hope the Pinoy tasty is not different to this.
Marvin is the lead chocolate maker of Ben and Lyn Chocolate Inc. Has strong background in food research and development. Occasionally conducts training and lectures. Lecturer of Cocoa Foundation of the Philippines. Do coaching and consultancy services on his free time.