Lechon prices steady amid holiday rush

Published December 23, 2019, 7:15 PM

by CJ Juntereal

By Gabriela Baron

Lechon prices remain steady in La Loma amid the holiday rush.

Roast pigs are always in demand during Christmas, so workers at this lechon store in Cebu City have their hands full turning out the native delicacy. (Juan Carlo de Vela/ Manila Bulletin)
(Juan Carlo de Vela / MB FILE PHOTO)

The prices are currently around P4,000 to P15,000 depending on the size, but according to the sellers, prices are likely to go up by P1,000 before New Year.

Businessman Tantan Yang said he has been getting many orders since as early as Dec. 1 for Christmas parties.

“Tradisyon na ‘yan, ‘yan talaga ang hinahanap ng mga tao,” Yang said in a report by ABS-CBN News. (That’s tradition, that’s really what people are looking for.)

La Loma Lechoneros Association President Ramon Ferrero assured the public they are under the supervision of the Quezon City Veterinary Office to ease fears caused by African Swine fever (ASF).

 
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Lechon prices steady amid holiday rush

Published December 23, 2019, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Gabriela Baron

Lechon prices remain steady in La Loma amid the holiday rush.

Roast pigs are always in demand during Christmas, so workers at this lechon store in Cebu City have their hands full turning out the native delicacy. (Juan Carlo de Vela/ Manila Bulletin)
(Juan Carlo de Vela / MB FILE PHOTO)

The prices are currently around P4,000 to P15,000 depending on the size, but according to the sellers, prices are likely to go up by P1,000 before New Year.

Businessman Tantan Yang said he has been getting many orders since as early as Dec. 1 for Christmas parties.

“Tradisyon na ‘yan, ‘yan talaga ang hinahanap ng mga tao,” Yang said in a report by ABS-CBN News. (That’s tradition, that’s really what people are looking for.)

La Loma Lechoneros Association President Ramon Ferrero assured the public they are under the supervision of the Quezon City Veterinary Office to ease fears caused by African Swine fever (ASF).

 
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