The 9th run of Good Food Tour continues its advocacy in partnership with Action Against Hunger

In the Philippines, much of the population struggles against chronic hunger and poverty on a daily basis. More than 20 percent of the population or over 15 million people; are considered undernourished, and close to one-third of Filipino children under five are moderately or severely underweight.

It is estimated that 7 million children across the Philippines currently experience hunger and malnutrition. This public health problem is largely driven by inadequate access to nutritious food, lack of nutrition education, and poor health and sanitation services.


To help alleviate the problem of hunger in the country, foodpanda, the on-demand food delivery service in the Philippines, is doing their global campaign - the Good Food Tour - for the 9th time. This tour-riffic food tour aims to give the participants the best food experience with the restaurant partners present in the event. The unique food choices in the Good Food Tour are one of the highlights of the event. This food crawl is all about new food experiences, but not only that, foodpanda made sure that this event will also contribute positively to the community.

foodpanda partnered with a well-known international non-governmental organization (iNGO), Action Against Hunger, an organization that aims to fight malnutrition, for the 9th run of Good Food Tour. This iNGO started a campaign called Restaurant Against Hunger wherein the participating restaurants have a dish from their menu they picked to be part of the campaign. In other words, everytime a customer orders that specific dish from a restaurant partner, a portion of the profit goes to Action Against Hunger's projects in the Philippines.


foodpanda invited three amazing restaurants who are participating in the Restaurant Against Hunger are inviting you to join us and fight against malnutrition by ordering delicious meals from the following restaurants:


Calderon


Calderon restaurant provides their guests with food highly reminiscent of traditional Spanish homes where great tasting dishes are lovingly prepared as the catalyst for memorable dining experiences with dear friends and family. Calderón is rooted on the lasting influence of Spain when it passed on a huge part of its culture and cuisine during its 300-year reign in the Philippines.



Since Calderón opened its doors in December 2012, Calderón has been very lucky to serve and enjoy the company of many discerning customers. If you're craving for Paella and other Spanish dishes, Calderon, one of the oldest Spanish restaurants in the Philippines, is the best place to go.


Alba



Albas modern Castilian cuisine is a must-try. Alba has been perfecting their cooking style over the years and although not losing the Castilian culture, in their food, they make sure that they also meet the demands of the now. If you're searching for a unique food experience, where traditional meets modern artisan cuisine, try Alba.


The Old Spaghetti House

The Old Spaghetti House takes pride in its famous homemade food from their homemade recipes. Anyone who loves pasta or anything Italian is surely familiar with TOSH. So go ahead and joing Good Food Tour, eat TOSHs good food while feeding the hungry.



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