Quezon City, Philipines -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/10/2014 -- Easter day means a lot more to Filipinos than a day filled with Easter eggs and bunnies. For Filipinos, Easter is more of a family gathering. This is when people from all areas of the country come together in one place just to celebrate this special day. They usually do this because this is a time when they have no school or work. Thus, it is the perfect time to come together as everyone is free from their daily work.
However, people who live in other countries cannot simply go back to the Philippines just to join the get-together. In fact, joining the crew through a Skype call is sometimes not even enough. It is very important to also make their presence felt so that they don’t feel left out.
Fortunately, there is now a way to do that without necessarily the need for traveling. With a website called PhilFastFood.com, people who live in other countries can simply send some food items to the Philippines by simply visiting the website and ordering some food for their loved ones.
PhilFastFood.com is more than an ordinary food delivery website. Unlike an ordinary food delivery website, PhilFastFood.com is a service that caters to OFWs and foreigners who want to make their presence felt in the Philippines. Their service is not even limited to Easter. They deliver food all year round for just about any type of occasion.
PhilFastFood houses a lot of popular food or restaurant brands. Aside from fast food joints like Jollibee and McDonalds, PhilFastFood also houses specialty restaurants like the Sandwich Guy, Maxx’s Restaurant and Contis. Aside from restaurants, they are also holding cake brands like Goldilocks and Red Ribbon as well as pizza brands like Pizza Hut, Papa John’s and Shakey’s. Housing a variety of brands, PhilFastFood hopes to provide an assortment of food items to their clients so that they can send just about any type of food item that would suit their loved ones’ tastes.
As of the moment, PhilFastFood have an assortment of fruit baskets and food items for the celebration of Easter. They don’t have egg-shaped chocolates and rabbit stuffed toys, but they have different types of food that is just what their recipients in the Philippines need. After all, Filipinos usually go to swimming pools during this season so food would always be appreciated.