Healthy Breads From Goldilocks
Mar. 7, 2014

While rice is still considered as the staple food, bread has slowly become part of the Pinoy diet. Traditional Filipino favorites include the pan de sal (literally “salted bread”) the sandwich bread (white sliced bread), and the ensaymada or sweet brioche (sweet butter bread twisted and twirled into a turban, topped with melted butter, grated cheese and sugar, with special fillings like ham, macapuno and ube).

In the age when people are concerned about eating healthy, can they still indulge in their favorite breads without worrying about their health? They actually can with the bread products from Goldilocks, the favorite Filipino bakeshop.

Bread products from Goldilocks are now fortified with iron and Vitamin B complex vitamins Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin and Folic Acid. Their breads are cholesterol-free, ideal for those who want to eat healthy.

The Goldilocks breads have 0 grams trans fats per serving. Trans fat, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s website, is made when manufacturers add hydrogen to vegetable oil. This process of hydrogenation increases the shelf life and flavor stability of foods containing these fats. Trans fat can be found in vegetable shortening, some margarines, crackers, cookies, snack foods, and other foods made with or fried in partially hygrogenated oils.

The healthier Goldilocks bread products are guaranteed to taste good but are, at the same time, a healthy alternative. Now, aside from the pan de sal, sandwich bread and ensaymada, Goldilocks breads like the monay, pan de leche, banana bread, pandeciosa, raisin bread, ube bun, cream cheese bun and hopia can be enjoyed without the worry.

In line with this, Goldilocks is offering their healthier breads at discounted prices for a limited time to thank their loyal customers and to entice new customers to try their products. Goldilocks bread products are available at your local Goldilocks stores and supermarkets near you.