Nov 18, 2020

There are many ways to help Cagayan Valley and many other localities affected by the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses. There are monetary and in-kind donation drives organized by non-profit organizations as well as business-organized sales, where a portion of profits go to charity. 

[READ: LIST: Donation drives for #UlyssesPH relief]

One of the latest to join this donation drive is dessert place The Lost Bread, which recently launched a limited edition ice cream flavor made from Cagayan Valley’s top export: corn.


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“Our newest Sweet Corn ice cream was made in honor of the people of Cagayan Valley who have suffered from the recent typhoon Ulysses,” says the Maginhawa dessert pioneer.

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For every pint of sweet corn ice cream purchased (for P250), P100 will be donated to Quezon City-based non-partisan, nongovernment organization advocating good governance and leadership, the Kaya Natin Movement’s “Bangon Luzon Campaign.”

The Lost Bread’s goal is to sell 1,000 pints that would bring in a total P100,000 in cash donation. This limited flavor is only available until the donation goal is reached.

You can pre-order the Sweet Corn ice cream through The Lost Bread’s website. It will be available by Nov. 30.



Photos courtesy of The Lost Bread

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