The Brittle Sweet Panutcha

The town is famous for the century-old mass production of the sweet brittle made with peanuts and heavy brown molasses called panutcha. 

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  1. The Heritage Conservation Society is organizing a Heritage Conservation Summit on the subject of ECONOMICS OF HERITAGE on 24 Nov at the Batangas City Convention Center.

    There is also a post-Summit tour which includes the Panutsa factory.

    Everyone is invited to the Summit at P1000 professional fee and P300 for undergraduate students, inclusive of meals, tour of an ancestral house and concert.

    Just email hcs_secretariat@yahoo,.com for details. Or call 02 5854285 * 09117 8668853

    Discover PRIDE of place & national IDENTITY! Support the Heritage Conservation Society.


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