- A netizen was just passing by a street when she noticed that a lot of people were stopping by the food cart to eat some street food
- The vendors said that their small business now is God’s answer to their prayers
- The couple vendor also has a health card as a proof that they have no contagious disease so that customers can assure that their food is safe
A lot of people from all ages are fond of eating street foods because they are affordable and of course, has delicious taste with a wide variety you can choose from.
In General Santos City, a netizen shared a post on Facebook on March 7 about a couple street food vendor and the story of their God-given business. The couple street food vendors, Bing Neo Peñalosa and Bernabe Libor Peñalosa, are from General Santos City and are parents to four children.
The netizen, Febie Libarios, wrote on her post that they were passing by the street when they noticed people, even those who have vehicles, were stopping by at a food cart just to eat some street food. Out of curiosity, they also went there and tried the food.
The husband shared at the video that they asked God for a source of income to support their children and their small business now is God’s answer to their prayers.
They even named their business “GB”, which stands for “God Bless”. It can also be seen from the photo in Febie’s post that an image of Jesus is at the front of the cart.
The netizen also shared how she was impressed by what the couple’s business has to offer. She said that aside from being delicious, the food’s taste is not commercialized; they mix malunggay leaves in their food and that the oil they were using is not used oil. They also sell natural pineapple juice as a source of fiber to cleanse oil from the food.
The couple also has a health card as a proof that they have no contagious disease so that customers can assure that their food is safe.
Febie encouraged the public to support the couple’s business at the bottom of her post: “Mga pinalangga, lets support this God centered couple sa business nila, mura, malinis, at talagang masarrraaaappp.. ? [affordable, clean and really delicious],” she wrote.