Preserved purple yams (ube), strawberry jams, peanut brittles, and more are just one of those that are considered popular food preserves you can buy when in Baguio. They can be seen mostly all around shopping stalls in Baguio, but the locals would always highly recommend to buy them at Good Shepherd Convent, to ensure freshness quality of the products.
At the center of the compound is a building called "The Mountain Maid Training Center" (MMTC), - a store which is considered to be the only authorized distributor of Good Shepherd products in Baguio City.
The place is just a walking distance from the stall shops of Mines View Park, so mostly, the visitors coming from Mines View Park would always flock here as their next stop to buy food gift items.
Those who have vehicles pass into the driveway to enter the gate that leads to the parking lot into the compound which is very close to the store.
On one end of the parking lot is also an observation deck where you can see the spectacular view of the distant Cordillera mountains and valleys.
There are some plants and garden areas visible within the compound with colorful flowering plants as well.