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Restaurant in Misamis Occ Deliver Their Products Using a Horse

A restaurant in Misamis Occidental earned various reactions online as they use a horse to deliver their product to their customers

As the cost of fuel continues to grow due to the pandemic, the owner in Orquieta City, Misamis Occidental, decided to employ a horse to carry meal orders. Chopstick Restaurant owner John Wilfred Hatague claims he spent P16,000 for a horse to save money on food delivery.

Misamis Restaurant Horse Deliver

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He named the horse he purchased “Happy,” and he said that he allowed his cousin ride the horse and make the delivery because he knows how to ride and is a delivery rider.

It is said that their restaurant’s horseback delivery is more fuel efficient, environmentally friendly, and adds to the attraction. To avoid spoiling the food, it is banned to go too fast, therefore they only take “dry food” orders for horseback delivery.

The horseback delivery is still close enough that the horse does not tire out quickly. Their restaurant has long been a family business in Oroquieta City. At their restaurant, there is no delivery charge for horseback riders.

Meanwhile, expect a rollback in all petroleum goods next week after ten consecutive increases in oil prices. The price of gasoline fell P0.63 to P0.68 per liter in the first four days of trading.

The price of a liter of fuel has decreased by P0.40 to P0.45. The price of kerosene has been cut by P0.40 per liter to P0.44. Diesel and kerosene prices have been reduced for two weeks in a row, but gasoline prices have been raised for nine weeks in a row.

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