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Pasalubong treats that keep on giving

One of the most clicked tags in my blog is Baguio’s Good Shepherd pasalubong. Some would even ask for the prices of the products. Unfortunately, I didn’t have it before. So during my previous visit to Baguio, I made sure to get the prices of the famous Good Shepherd treats and publish it here.

One of Mountain Maid's famous products - Ube Jam

The Religious of the Good Shepherd was established in the year 1912 in the Philippines. It was founded by St. Mary Euphrasia whose main mission was directed to the most neglected and marginalized. To concretize the mission, the Mountain Maid training center was established. Supervised by the RGS nuns, the training facility provides livelihood and education to chosen youth in the Mountain province area. They are also responsible for the production of Mountain Maid products. The sister’s strawberry Jam remains to be a favorite since 1953 when people from the convent’s neighborhood exclaimed that “the sisters made the best jam in town!”.

If you're going to Baguio City, make sure to drop by the Good Shepherd convent for pasalubong shopping. Their treats are always fresh, convent-made and it helps the community.

Treats that keep on giving. The Mountain Maid training center provides livelihood, training and education to chosen cordillera youth. *This photo is included in the store's mural. I do not own this photo.

Anyway, here’s the list of Mountain Maid products and their respective prices so you can prepare your pasalubong shopping on your next trip to Baguio. By the way, the Panagbenga Festival in Baguio City will be happening this February 2012. To know more about the festival and the schedule of activities, please click this link.

Click on the image for a larger preview. Price list updated December 2011.

 Please be advised that prices may change without prior notice. 

*This post is not a paid advertisement. Please be advised that the Good Shepherd Convent is the sole distributor and the authorized reseller of their products. It is advisable to buy directly from the Good Shepherd convent to be assured of the freshness and quality of the products you’re buying. Remember that in every product that you buy you are also helping in the education of a cordillera youth.

After pasalubong shopping, why not visit the Garden of Ste. Marie Euphrasie and walk along the Stations of the Cross. The garden is just beside the Mountain Main store inside the Good Shepherd compound.

How to get there:
Good Shepherd Convent is near Mine’s View Park in Baguio City.

To know more about the Religious of the Good Shepherd, visit their website here.

Know more about the City of Pines and things to do in Baguio City, here.


12 Comments so far
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Hello! Do you know if their Main Store is open on weekends and holidays? Also, do you know their operating hours at least for the store?

Thank you. 🙂

Comment by curioussam


I think the store is open on weekdays. I am not sure if they are open on holidays.

For more info, here’s their website:

Sorry for the limited info hope this helps.

Comment by walksofkulot

Hi, I’m planning to visit baguio this feb 2013, during the penagbenga festival, I’m just not so sure if it would be the best time to visit the place.. I’m wondering that we might not enjoy and explore the place because of large number of tourists during the penagbenga festival. Any advice would be greatly appreciate. Thanks 🙂

Comment by callmemaria26

the streets are full and little transportation is available during panagbenga which is stressful especially for us who does not have private transport. i was there just his year’s panagbenga. try visiting some other time. i will be there this december. hopefully, this time will be a relaxing one.

Comment by felmore

can we order ube jam here?

Comment by Carmel Joan Sampiton

Hi Carmel,
I am sorry but this blog is merely for blogging purposes only. I or this blog is not an authorized reseller of Good Shepherd products. 🙂 Try visiting their website for more information. Thanks!

Comment by walksofkulot

can you make an update of the price list kasi yung Alfajor na binili ko dun three days ago is priced P160

Comment by Jenny Hui

Hi Jenny,
Thank you for the information. I will take note of that and I will make an update in my post. 🙂
By the way, please be advised that there might be changes in the price list without prior notice. I am not affiliated with Good Shepherd and I just made this price list out of goodwill. 🙂 Thanks again for dropping by!

Comment by walksofkulot

Very well known yan sa Baguio and they say karamihan ng labor force ay mga madre. Didn’t get there myself exactly but I used to buy their products. ^_^

Comment by Glen Villar

Konti nalang ata Sir yung mga madre na gumagawa, mostly mga scholars or beneficiaries ng Mountain Maid Training Center yung labor force. But nevertheless, the best pa din products nila! 🙂

Comment by walksofkulot

ube jam, penaut brittle, choco flakes and strawberry jam FTW!

Comment by u8mypinkcookies

Hahaha! My thoughts exactly. 🙂 Thanks for dropping by.

Comment by walksofkulot

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