Good Shepherd Baguio launches online shop

The Mountain Maid Training Center, the group behind your favorite Good Shepherd Baguio products, has finally taken the e-commerce route with the launch of an official online shop.

"COVID-19 poses a big challenge to our social enterprise. Restrictions for tourists to travel to Baguio and the closure of enterprises meant the students from the Cordillera cannot work at the Mountain Maid Training Center and earn their way to college," Good Shepherd Baguio wrote on Facebook.

The Good Shepherd sisters had to think of an alternative to bring the products to their Metro Manila customers to "sustain its programs for the youth," which is now The Good Shepherd Baguio Online Shop.

Stocks are limited, but as of Saturday, August 1, here's what you can order:

  • Ube jam (12oz - P350, 24oz - P565)
  • Mango jam (8oz - P230)
  • Blueberry jam (12oz - P375)
  • Mango jam (8oz - P230)
  • Orange marmalade (12oz - P275)
  • Strawberry jam (8oz - P295)
  • Strawberry jelly (12oz - P235)
  • Peanut brittle (P250)
  • Adobo peanuts (P180)
  • Snowballs (P275)
  • Benguet coffee (P215)
  • Lengua de Gato (P250)
  • Ifugao coffee (P215)
  • Pure turmeric (P265)

You can pre-order and pre-pay via BDO online transfer through Good Shepherd Baguio's online form.

The items are delivered from their hub in Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City on Wednesdays and Saturdays. An extra P100 delivery charge will be incurred for areas in Malabon, Valenzuela, Caloocan, Taguig, Paranaque, Muntinlupa, Las Pinas, and Alabang. ā€“ Rappler.com.