I Pick Pik-a-Pikel

I really love mangoes since I grew up in a province with rich sources of this wonderful fruit. Few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a world class brand that creates pickled mangoes – Pik-a-Pikel.

Sangkutsa Food Products Inc., makers of Pik-a-Pikel® Pickled Mango, started as a single proprietorship last 2013 and it was incorporated last 2016.The flagship product, the Pickled Mango (Pik-a-Pikel), became an instant hit amongst Filipinos and even foreigners. It is now widely distributed in all major supermarkets and “Pasalubong” shops in the Philippines.The company proudly showcases their products on international conventions and exhibitions. It is truly a world class product. The company is 100% Filipino owned and is a sustainable company.

Pik-a-Pikel® products are made from the freshest produce from different parts of the Philippines. It is locally sourced to maintain its “Filipino” world class quality. This also ensures a sustainable growth of the local mango farmers. The products are packed in reusable bottles. For those who are frequently traveling, the pickled mangoes are also available in handy aluminum stand-up pouches to cater to OFWs or “Balikbayans” who wanted a non-fragile and lightweight packaging.

Here’s some of my mini food styling photos for Pik-a-Pikel:

It’s a very good food find. I tried several packets and bottles and I fell in love with it instantly. I can proudly say that this is a world class product and I hope it gets the exposure that it deserves in the future. Definitely a big ACE for me.

To know more about the brand, you may visit them at their official website – http://www.sangkutsafoods.com/ as well as their official social media pages:
Facebook: Pik-a-Pikel
Instagram: pikapikel


52 thoughts on “I Pick Pik-a-Pikel”

  1. Mmm, I love mangos and pickled mangoes too. I feel like they’re a part of my culture, but of course it’s part of many cultures. Pik-a-Pikel does seem like a good food find. Checking out theire web page ASAP.

  2. I’ve had mango and thought it was OK, but I’ve never had pickled mango. I’m not even sure what that would taste like. It sounds interesting though.

  3. Oh wow! Nice to hear that we have our very own mango being shipped nationwide as a new pasalubong item. I will definitely hunt this one to taste!

  4. Wow I’ve never thought about Pickeling fruit but this sounds absolutely intriguing and delicious! I would love to try this!

  5. I got to love mangoes when I visited friends in Taiwan, who had trees in their backyard. I’ve never tried or heard of, pickled mangoes, but I would try them if I ever have the opportunity.

  6. These look super interesting! I do love mangos and maybe I will have to give these a try!

  7. Mangoes is one of my favorite fruits after durian. Filipines is well-known for it mangoes when I traveled to Cebu few years ago. Pik-a-Pikel brand I have never heard of in Singapore but hope to see it soon in the supermarket.

  8. Pickled mangoes is a new thing for me but I love mangoes so now I am intrigued about what these would be like! They look great.

  9. Hi, I like mangoes, but never tried pickled mangoes. I will try to locate some where I live in the UK, but I never noticed them in the supermarkets yet, Alan JE

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  11. I love mangoes but have to say that I have never heard of pickled mangoes nor tried them. How do they taste? Have to see if I can find them here and give them a try.

  12. A friend of mine recently moved from Hawaii to the continental US and I know she loves pickled mangoes. I need to share this with her. She typically buys them roadside in Hawaii.

  13. I also like mangoes. Be it ripe, dried mango, or pickled mango. I’ve never tried the brand you mentioned here before though. I’ll look into it.

  14. This is so interesting though I will He was to say I am very intrigued and definitively ready and willing to try it. I love the sweet ans salty!

  15. I didn’t know pickled mangoes was a thing! However, I just recently found out I love mangoes so, I would love to give these a try!

  16. Pickled mango, now that’s intriguing. I did not even know that was a product. May have to look into it more, I do like mango. Thanks for sharing!

  17. i have never heard of or tried pickled mango; to be totally honest with you it doesn’t sound up my alley hahaha but i will look into it!

  18. I used to not like mango at all, but it’s really grown on me these past 2 years or so. I’d really love to try these products from Pik-a-Pikel and see if I love them as much as you do!

  19. I love mangoes but I’ve neved had picked mangoes but this has stirred my curiosity
    I’ll love to try one

  20. I love pickled mangoes. They are so good and they are a perfect side to any fried dish. I will check if that is available in my area. I will check out their social media page too for updates on how to purchase that yummy treat.

  21. The title of this post threw me for a loop! haha I absolutely love the sound of this!

  22. I have to give this brand a try. I love the idea of these, but I’ve never had them before. They sound delicious.

  23. I’ve tried this brand and I like it. Pickled mangoes are a great alternative to fresh ones during the off-season. It’s good when paired with grilled or fried food.

  24. I love mangoes and pickled anything, so I’m amazed that I’ve never tried pickled mangoes before! I’ll have to check and see if I can find these near me.

  25. I don’t think I’ve tried pickled mangoes before, I wonder how it would taste like. Pik-a-Pikel sounds like a great product to check out sometime.

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