Butterworld Bakeshop: Affordable Breads and Cakes

New Butterworld Bakeshop is offering affordable breads, cakes and pastries at an affordable price.  This growing household brand is founded by Ms. Viring C. Lee wherein it started as a hobby. In 1991 during the Pinatubo eruption, Ms. Lee and her siblings started the New Butterworld Bakeshop to recover from event to support them financially. From baking in the comfort of their own home in Tarlac, in 1993, they had a new building to increase production capacity due to the demand of the market.

From Tarlac, there are now branches all throughout the whole of Luzon region is being served through its sales agents, branch outlet, franchising and distributorship.

Some of their best sellers are Asado Bun, Egg Pie, Brownies and Hopia which are my favorites also. I love their Bread Pan also for its soft and milky. They have also wheat bread for health conscious people.

I love their egg pie for the crust has a nice texture and the filling is not that too sweet, just the way I like it. 🙂

Cakes are also available and they customize according to your request or special occasion. Just visit the nearest New Butterworld Bakeshop and talk to their friendly staff.

New Butterworld Bakeshop live to their vision to bring closer affordable baked goods yet don’t sacrifice the taste and quality. Honestly at first I misjudged this shop, I thought is just another bakeshop in the area that offers affordable bread but the taste is no good, but I’m totally wrong, this bakeshop is different. I will definitely go back to try other products especially the cakes. 🙂

 

New Butterworld Bakeshop has 11 branches:

6 in Tarlac- F. Tañedo St., Cut-Cut, Buno, Maliwalo, Capas and Paniqui
3 in Pampanga – Angeles City, Mabalacat City, San Fernando City
2 in Pangasinan- Bayambang, Tayug

Some items are available in selected 711 stores.

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