My business minded brother started Tito Bit's Food Products in 2018. While still in College, he was looking forward to make his be closer to coming true.
He started with just thinking of what he would like to sell. Looking around in the Malabon area, the place of our ancestry, he figured he would like to sell seafoods. But sometimes, life gives you some turns.
We started with the distribution of frozen food products: vacuum sealed tinapang bangus, vacuum sealed relyenong bangus, and kikiam.
But then we added the fan favorite Homemade Bagoong with Crunchy Pork Bits, based on a home style recipe. And that's when we were happy to just keep on making it.
How we are different
We're a usual that's unusual.
We make sure that we step out of the shadows of what the trend is, and curve our own style, our own taste, into the spotlight, manifested in our food offerings.
We also make sure that we give you the best, and still be healthy too.
Meet the owner
Prior to Tito Bit's, the owner, Anne Margaux B. Mateo was in the corporate world. But a different calling to take more full-time lead in the family business and managing the growing demands by Tito Bit's has made her take on this more challenging role. She never saw herself to be in business but with her family and God's guidance, things have made a different turn.
How we give back
It has always been ingrained in us growing up that it is awesome to help out people who are in need.
Especially during the lockdown due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Tito Bit's Food Products helped out as much as it can.
Tito Bit's first bottled product, the Homemade Bagoong, is currently found in Shell Select shelves across the Metro and the Honey Lemon Ginger will soon be in retail as well. To date, the Homemade Bagoong has 30 resellers from retail stores to online shops.
Tito Bit's is continuously making and creating yummy delights suited for the hungry palates looking for something out of the ordinary.