This All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day, millions of Filipinos will once again flock to cemeteries and memorial parks to offer candles, flowers, and prayers for their dearly departed families and friends. For some, it is also the time to reminisce on the fondest memories of loved ones who have passed on and share their stories over food.
Jollibee – the country’s number one fast-food chain – is again making this season of remembering even more special for Filipinos by conveniently bringing their favorite langhap-sarap meals closer to them, as they spend their precious time with their loved ones.
From October 30 to November 2, Jollibee will have food booths in around 275 cemeteries across the country, while 376 drive-thru stores nationwide will be open to cater to those traveling to the provinces.
Those who would like to stay at home can also count on Jollibee to deliver their fastfood favorites by simply dialing #8-7000.
So, whether one is headed to the cemetery, traveling to the province, or simply staying at home, Jollibee will be there to provide light and joy this season with its on-site booths, drive-thru channels, and food delivery service.