We’re in for another hard lockdown here in the Philippines and everyone is urged to limit their mobility. With the threat of the highly transmissible Delta variant, many opts to do shopping and even doing grocery online.
Do you need to stock up on chicken, beef or pork during the lockdown but want to make sure that these arrive clean and virus-free? Are you craving for fresh salmon but unsure that what you’d get isn’t sterilized or fresh enough for your grill? Are you anxious your frozen veggies would turn soggy and not be safe to eat when the courier rings up?
Gerald.ph is here to banish all the fears, uncertainties, and anxieties that surround getting frozen or chilled foods delivered right at your doorstep as frozen, cold, and fresh as they were first flash frozen. Only Gerald.ph delivers your favorite foods in −20°C from their freezer to your home! This quality asssurance also comes with a guarantee that deliveries have been sterilized and thus far from the dangers of a Covid-19 infection.
Dispelling the Fear of Frozen Foods
“People didn’t believe in frozen food,” started Gerald Egrasse, a French food industry veteran whose experience in France and French Africa led him to the Philippines, “but frozen is mostly defrosted food, thawed in transit, then frozen again at home.”
Quality is lost from the time of purchase until the product reaches the home kitchen. “Undergoing multiple temperature changes from the market and multiple defrosting robs food of quality,” he explained, “worse, when they’re stored in less than −20°C.” Frozen food begins to deteriorate when temperatures go up, so freezing is key to fresh foods: flash freezing at the source and keeping in negative temperature from storage to delivery. Only Gerald.ph can do that in the Philippines!
Gerald’s Most Recommended Bestsellers
From the Butcher Shop, Monsieur Egrasse recommends lamb leg (bone in) not only on Father’s Day on June 20 but also for all of those occasions and holidays where an extraordinary treat is called for. Available in 2.4-3.2 kilograms, you can get your leg for P1,7950 frozen and vacuum-packed from Australia or New Zealand. Great covered in butter and filled with rosemary sprigs before roasting for two hours at 180°C.
Whole salmon fillet (skin on) from the Seafood section is best for grilling with lettuce and roasting with butter and herbs. Rich in omega 3 fatty acids and very good for the heart, each 1.8-2.0 kilograms pack from Chile or Norway costs P1,880. Scallops are so versatile that the Galicians bake it with bread crumbs, ham, and onions; the Japanese serve it in soup or topped on rice; and, the French cook it à la nage in broth flavored with herbs and wine or sautéed, grilled, or broiled in skewers or en brochette.
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From the Bakery comes ready-to-bake butter croissant dough in packs of six. For P320, you can enjoy authentic French croissant baked right in the comfort of your home. Watch Egrasse bake one on their YouTube channel.
Gerald.ph prides itself in locally sourcing export-quality Philippine mangoes for their P250 per 908 grams pack mango halves – skinless. Seedless, flash frozen, and ready for your smoothies and shakes, mangoes are rich in vitamins C and A. Also Proudly Pinoy, is Gerald.ph mango jam for P149 per 270 grams jar. All natural and home-made, this honeylicious jam is perfect with multigrain bread, yogurt, crossants, bananas, pancakes, milkshakes, and juices!
From the Cheese & Dairy section, and also from the Philippines, is the 500 grams premium mozzarella log. You can melt it in your oven dishes, grate it for your pizza or pasta, pair with white wine, or serve on your cheese platter. At P450, this log is a steal. They also have traditional Italian mozzarella and traditional cherry mozzarella all from the Philippines at P290 per pack of 250 grams.