Sautéed Shrimp Paste that is very appetizing type of Filipino condiments and goes along with many Filipino Dishes like Kare-Kare, Pork Binagoongan, Pinakbet, Binagoongan Rice and much more. Bagoong is very popular in the Philippines and it has many types. This product passed the HACCP accreditation of the European Union and is being exported in Europe and the rest of the world. It comes in 3 variants : regular, spicy and sweet.
The most common types of fish used for bagoong isda are: anchovies (dilis), round scads (galunggong), bonnetmouths (terong), herring, silver perch (ayungin), ponyfish (sapsap), rabbitfish (padas) and bar-eyed gobies (ipon). This is also known as bagoong armang, uyap, ginamos or dayok.
This variant is for general taste preference (especially the kids).
Shrimp (50%), Vegetable Oil (Corn), Cane Vinegar, Salt, Sugar (4%), Garlic, Onion, Flavour Enhancer (E621).