Budoy Pork Chicharon started year 2016 with a low capital of P10,000.00 from the savings of the family. Since, Mr. Norberto R. Tiongson Jr. He was working at Coca-Cola Femsa Phil. Incorporated. The wife Mrs Maria Pilar Tiongson decided to try engage to earn additional income for the family.

Budoy Pork Chicharon  caters delicious and quality taste food  that show to the public the talent and taste of Camarines Norte. Our vision at Budoy is to introduce the taste of food to Camarines Norte to the World. We also deliver quality products and services at Budoy Pork Chicharon.

Budoy Pork Chicharon promotes the local product industry in Camarines Norte that contributes to the progress of the country’s economy by being an honest taxpayer. Budoy Chicharon also our commitment is to give you quality food made.

Chicharon is that flavorful, melt-in-your-mouth crunchy treat that satisfies your most intense snack cravings. And Budoy Pork Chicharon has all of the delicious flavors, textures and brands to please everybody. Take a look at our large selection of your favorite Filipino chicharon varieties. We can help satisfy your mouth-watering hunger.

Therefore, It  loves to eat by everyone especially the chicharon variety because it is crunchy to taste with every bite of meat. Love to eat by many people in our generation today like students, office personnel’s, ordinary people. It taste good and we promise good quality but also we deliver good result.

The History of Chicharon

Chicharon  is a well-love snack and may be buy anywhere from large supermarket chains to sari-sari stores and street vendors.

Its delicious and crunchy in every bite to make it more tasteful.

It is popular as pulutan or finger food to be eaten while consuming alcoholic beverages.

It may be dipped in coconut vinegar spiced with soy sauce, chopped garlic and labuyo peppers, or eaten with other condiments like bagoonglechon liver sauce, or atchara.

Aside from pork rind, chicken skin may also be made into chicharong manok, whereas chicharong bulaklak—literally ‘flower chicharrón’, named for its distinctive shape—is made from pig mesentery.

Chicharon in anatomy, mesentery refers to the fold of the peritoneum (membrane lining the cavity of the abdomen) attaching the stomach, small intestine and other organs to the posterior wall of the abdomen.

It is the thin, web-like structure that supports the small intestine while allowing for the changes in their size and position.

A distinct variant of chicharon involves in cooking pork loin and meat in the same way, becoming bagnet.

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