Jocyl's Food Products (a.k.a "Chorizo de Kalibo") is a bold and forward-thinking company whose goals are set to create surprising ways of developing and promoting our products. We are entrepreneurial and visionary in producing and marketing the best chorizo and other food products from our hometown - Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines.About Us
Uuuuy ganado na yan!
Uuuuy ganado na yan! If you’re a Filipino, chances are you’ve heard this phrase before. It’s a colloquial expression used to signify excitement or approval, and it’s a fitting expression to describe the taste and quality of Filipino sausages, particularly the Chorizo, Choribites, Sliced, and Footlong Longganisa. Jocyl’s Food Products offers high quality, 100% pure meat, no preservatives, and has BFAD-LTO License for its food products.
Chorizo is a type of sausage that has its roots in Spain but has since become a staple in Filipino cuisine. It is made by grinding pork meat and fat and seasoning it with a combination of paprika, garlic, and other spices. The result is a sausage with a distinct smoky and spicy flavor that can be used in a variety of dishes.
In the Philippines, Chorizo is a popular ingredient in soups, stews, and rice dishes. It can also be eaten as a snack, either on its own or paired with crackers or bread. No matter how you choose to enjoy it, Chorizo is sure to add a burst of flavor to your meal.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy snack, Choribites are the perfect choice. These bite-sized sausages are made using the same ingredients as Chorizo, but they are formed into small, round pieces that are perfect for snacking. Choribites are typically fried until crispy and golden brown, and they can be enjoyed on their own or dipped in your favorite sauce.
Choribites are a popular snack food in the Philippines, especially during parties and other social gatherings. They’re so tasty and addictive that you’ll find yourself reaching for more and more until the whole plate is gone!
Longganisa is another type of sausage that’s popular in Filipino cuisine. It’s made using ground pork, garlic, and a variety of spices, and it has a slightly sweet flavor that sets it apart from other sausages.
Sliced Longganisa is a convenient way to enjoy this delicious sausage. It’s already pre-sliced, so all you have to do is fry it up and serve it with rice and eggs for a classic Filipino breakfast. Sliced Longganisa can also be used as a pizza topping or added to pasta dishes for an extra burst of flavor.
If you’re looking for something more substantial, Footlong Longganisa is the perfect choice. This sausage is longer and thicker than regular Longganisa, making it more filling and satisfying. It’s typically served with rice and eggs for breakfast, but it can also be enjoyed as a sandwich filling or paired with other side dishes.
Footlong Longganisa has a slightly sweeter flavor than regular Longganisa, and it’s seasoned with a combination of garlic, sugar, and vinegar. The result is a sausage that’s bursting with flavor and sure to satisfy your cravings.
No matter which type of Filipino sausage you choose, you can be assured of its quality and taste. Filipino sausages are made using high-quality ingredients and traditional recipes that have been passed down for generations. They’re made with care and attention to detail, ensuring that each sausage is flavorful, delicious, and satisfying. Try other Jocyl’s Food Products like the Chicken and Pork Tocino, Corned beef, Beef Tapa, Chicken and Pork Embutido, and more.
Jocyl’s Food Products – Chorizo de Kalibo, Choribites, Sliced Footlong Longganisa
100% Pure Meat | No Extenders | No Salitre!
Delivery in Aklan through TakeOut.PH App
Mabini Branch | (036) 262-5673 | (036) 268-4533
Tigayon Branch | (036) 268-9868 | (036) 262-7626
19 Martyrs Branch | (036) 262-3710
SM City Roxas Supermarket
Jocyl’s Foods – Iloilo Branch
El 98 Street, Taytay Zone II
Jaro, Iloilo City
(across Jaro big market)
VMC Mini-mart Tagbac, Jarro
SM City Iloilo Supermarket
Savemore – SM Delgado, GT Pavia, Sta. Barbara, Citimall Passi City
Iloilo Supermart – Tabuc Suba, Jaro; Tagbac, Jaro; Ungka, Jaro; Mandurriao; Molo; Villa; Valeria; Atrium