Lightly Salted Banana Chips

We got an email from Mrs. Clara Lapus from California who has a practical suggestion to makers of banana chips. She writes: “I have just tasted the banana chips served with tuna salad in a Cuban breakfast place in Glendale, Los Angeles, California frequented by Pinoys. Instead of sweetened chips, banana was very lightly salted and sliced longitudinally. With all the diabetic scare, it might be good for banana chip makers to consider changing their formula for banana chips.”
Mrs. Lapus and Dr. Bartolome Lapus are the owners of Marigold Commodoties which manufactures the ubiquitous Mama Sita sauces and condiments sold worldwide. She adds: “Mama Sita Foundation would like to develop more nurseries for other produce with unfilled demand such as achuete, langka, siling labuyo, early bearing coconuts, sour guava, black pepper, etc.” Mama Sita Foundation, by the way, is largely responsible for introducing the Mama Sita banana which is increasingly becoming popular. The testing and development of the banana introduced from Thailand was also supported by the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD) and former Sen. Ramon Magsaysay Jr.
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