Oishi lovers can maximize their enjoyment with snacking by choosing from the brand's wide array of products and have the option to mix and match flavors apart from just snacking on individual packs. The brand on its 40th year takes on another fun-filled activity wherein patrons can make their own OWow snack from a variety of interesting and palate-tickling flavors.
Last July 5 and 6 at the Glorietta 2 Activity Center, the brand gave Oishi lovers the chance to customize their snacks. Guests and patrons picke from chip bases like potato ridges, prawn crackers, rinbee sticks, potato fries and vegetable chicharon and mix them up with powdered flavorings such as cheese, BBQ, pizza, white cheddar, ketchup, garlic & salt, salt & vinegar, wasabi, nori and kimchi. To make it even more personal, creators had the chance to put their name on their customized snack.
Oishi Oaties Milk lovers were also delighted in the O-Twirl booth, where they created their own soft-served ice cream. Blended with Oishi Oaties, guests chose from either milk or chocolate ice cream base and topped it with sweet snacks such as Pillows, Sponge Crunch, Wafu Leche Flan and Wheat Milk to complete the treat.
Oishi lovers also enjoyed other unique activities and surprises like Snack Shack, Jump Pack and Crackters. The brand showed everyone how it feels like to be inside an Oishi pack.
To complete the event, the Team O - Ramon Bautista, Slater Young, Elmo Magalona, Daniel Padilla and the newest Smart C+ endorser Kathryn Bernardo graced the fun-filled and snack-filled afternoon, and tried out the activities themselves. Magalona performed his own rendition of Kaleidoscope, while Padilla and Bernardo also prepared a special song number.
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