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Mogu Mogu Manila is in the house!


  1. What is Mogu Mogu?

Mogu Mogu is the juice drink with Nata de Coco bits inside.

  1. Where is it from?

Bangkok, Thailand.

  1. What is inside?

Nata de Coco, which has zero cholesterol and good fiber content

  1. Where can I buy?

All 7-Eleven, Mini Stop, SM, Robinsons, Shopwise, Caltex, various schools and gyms.

Soon to come in Shell and Petron.

  1. What are the flavors?

Lychee, Grape, Strawberry, Mango, Orange, Pinepple

  1. How much?

Convenience stores, P28, Groceries P23.25-24.50

  1. What are the best selling flavors?

Lychee, followed by grape and strawberry, then mango.

  1. What does Mogu Mogu mean?

Mogu Mogu is a Japanese term, meaning ‘to chew’. Since the drink is fully packed with nata de coco bits.

  1. When is the expiry date?

1 year.

  1. What sizes does in come in?

Just 1 size for now, 320ml.

  1. Why should I buy?

Its fun to drink! Energy. Fiber from Nata de Coco. Taste very good

Refreshing and energizing

“Snack drink”, filling. Can drink anytime, anywhere

Happy drink, gives you a big smile

  1. Who buys Mogu Mogu?

Kids from grade school to college. Call Center people, gym / elorde people. Mom’s for the kids at home.

Anyone who wants to be refreshed from the summer heat.

  1. Can I find Mogu Mogu in other countries?

Yes, in Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Europe, Dubai, Japan, USA, etc.




Possible activities:

711 MAP

Possible mix with alcohol

Possible beach / resort drink

Team Lychee

Team Grape, etc

What Mogu Mogu flavor do you want?


Correct word: Mogu Mogu (no hyphen)

7-Eleven, not 7-11

“Have you met Mogu Mogu?”

“Chewing a juice”

“The drink that you chew”

“Experience Mogu Mogu”

“The Mogu Mogu Experience”


Philstar article:

Want a new and refreshing drinking experience? Mogu Mogu Nata de Coco Juice Drink, the newest drink craze to sweep Europe, Southeast Asia, and now the Philippines, is made with real fruit juice and chewy, high-fiber nata de coco, which makes it a healthier choice over carbonated softdrinks. The thirst quencher is available in lychee, grape, strawberry, mango, orange, and pineapple flavors. Mogu Mogu is available in top schools, gyms, all 7-Eleven and Mini Stop branches, and major supermarkets.


Imagine a delicious fruity thirst quenching and delectably chewy drink. That is the Mogu Mogu experience.

As a drink or as a snack Mogu Mogu is the perfect companion. Lunch time, break time, and anytime is the right time to experience flavorful goodness and taste bud tickling Mogu Mogu. When you just need to grab a cold one, reach for Mogu Mogu and prepare for a really big smile.



Nata De Coco

Nata de coco is a chewy, translucent, jelly-like food product produced by the fermentation of coconut water, which gels through the production of microbial cellulose by Acetobacter xylinus. Nata de coco is most commonly sweetened as a candy or dessert, and can accompany many things including pickles, drinks, ice cream, puddings and fruit mixes. The product originates from the Philippines.

Nata de coco is highly regarded for its high dietary fiber, and its low fat and cholesterol content.

Strips of nata de coco are used in mass-produced bubble tea drinks as a healthier alternative to tapioca.[1]



The Lychee contains on average a total 72 mg of Vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit.[10] On average nine lychee fruits would meet an adult’s daily recommended Vitamin C requirement.

A cup of Lychee fruit provides, among other minerals, for a 2000 Calorie diet, 14%DV of copper, 9%DV of phosphorus, and 6%DV of potassium.

Lychees are low in saturated fat and sodium and are cholesterol free (like all plant-based foods) . Most of the energy in a lychee is in the form of carbohydrate (sugar). Lychees are high in polyphenols, containing 15% more than grapes, a fruit commonly referenced as high in polyphenols.[11]

One cup of fresh lychees contains 1.58 grams of protein, 125 calories and 2.5 grams of dietary fiber.


Commercial juice products from Concord grapes have been applied in medical research studies, showing potential benefits against the onset stage of cancer,[38] platelet aggregation and other risk factors of atherosclerosis,[39] loss of physical performance and mental acuity during aging[40] and hypertension in humans.[41]

One cup of grapes contains 1.09 gram of protein, 104 calories and 1.4 grams of dietary fiber.


One cup of whole strawberries contains 0.96 grams of protein, 46 calories and 2.9 grams of dietary fiber.


One medium orange contains 1.23 grams of protein, 62 calories and 3.1 grams of dietary fiber.



One mango without peel contains 1.06 grams of protein, 135 calories and 3.7 grams of dietary fiber.



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