Monday, September 1, 2014

A dream-come-true for five lucky basketball fans

Since his teenage years, 27-year-old Jeiel Guarino, a communications officer from QC , has always been a hardcore basketball fan. He would closely follow the matches of his favorite PBA team and support his favorite players such as Marc Pingris, and Jimmy Alapag.

For years, Guarino dreamt of being able to watch and cheer for them, courtside, as members of the Philippine men’s basketball team, as they compete in various prestigious basketball tournaments against some of the world’s best teams.

“This is very significant for Philippine basketball as we're finally back in  the World Cup after 36 years. As a basketball crazy nation, our participation in this quadrennial event demonstrates our ability to compete at the highest level, Guarino said.

This week, Guarino and four other lucky basketball fans get a chance of a lifetime to watch live and cheer for members of Gilas Pilipinas, as they put their oil-free game faces on and play in the biggest basketball event in the world, the 2014 FIBA World Cup, to be held this year in Spain.

Guarino, Jose Clipper Besin, a 39-year civil engineer from Binan, Laguna;  Michael Cleofe, a 41-year old  office employee from Calamba; Jerome Hernandez, a 30 year-old real estate sales manager from Paranaque and Andrew Peñaranda, a 29 year-old seaman from Makati all flew to Seville, Spain for an 8-day all-expenses paid trip, as winners of the Master Game Face Goes to Spain promo.

“I am very thankful for this once in a lifetime opportunity to witness the Philippines competing at the top of world basketball, and be part of such historic sporting event. Hopefully, we make it past the first round and I believe we can! Laban Pilipinas! Puso!,”

Launched in July, the Master Game Face promo offered five lucky Filipino hoops fans the chance to go to Spain for the 2014 FIBA World Cup simply by purchasing variants of Master Facial Wash and Master Deep Cleanser with a special promo sticker.

Even now, Guarin still could not believe that he was able to watch the FIBA World Cup after purchasing a single bottle of Master Deep Cleanser at a department store in QC.

“Master, the biggest face care brand in the Philippines giving men that oil free game face look, gave these five men a chance to witness the biggest basketball event this year – the FIBA world cup with the Master goes to Spain Promo. This is a once-in-a lifetime experience for them to show their support for our national team, including Master Game Face brand ambassador, Marc Pingris,” said Jonathan Pua, Unilever Male Grooming brand manager.

The five lucky fans will stay in Spain to watch all of Gilas’ elimination round games against Croatia, Greece, Argentina, Puerto Rico and Senegal.

Aside from Pingris, also included in the Gilas Team lineup are June Mar Fajardo, Japeth Aguilar, Gabe Norwood, Ranidel de Ocampo, Paul Lee, Jeffrei Chan, Gary David, LA Tenorio, Jayson Castro, team captain Jimmy Alapagand naturalized player AndrayBlatche.

Contribution to well-being:

Healthy skin and a well-groomed face magnify a person’s self-esteem as it adds up to his confidence in joining activities and company with family, peers and the opposite sex. It also gives him the confidence so he can put his A-Game in any game in life – whether inside or outside the basketball court. Using the right facial wash for the right skin type for men restores the skin to its natural appeal, lessening one’s worries and enabling him to achieve more, whether it’s in school, sports or social life.

Master Oil Control Max Facial Wash is best for young men who live an outgoing and action-packed lifestyle to help control excess oil. Also available – Master Oil Control Max Deep Cleansers. It also has the revolutionary Cooling ZEROIL formula that controls oil for up to 8 hours and leaves skin feeling cool and refreshed. It also removes deep-seated dirt and excess oil with anti bacterial agents to help prevent blackheads and whiteheads.  Both Master Oil Control Max Face Wash and Deep Cleansers are available in major supermarkets, groceries, and convenience stores nationwide.

Put your game face on with Master!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The Pharmaton Life Chargers

Be inspired by the lives of five exceptionally talented individuals who draw energy and strength from their own personal advocacies for social change. These individuals are Pharmaton’s Life Chargers.

Early this year I had the opportunity to meet a super Life charger, who disguised as mild-mannered manager of Philippine Sea-Farer’s Union – AMOSOUP by weekdays, and a dedicated teacher / trainnor of a little leaguer football academy which he founded to hone talents of small but eager footballers on Weekends. He is no other than Mr. Maxie Abad. He is Pharmaton’s Life Charger where he finds inspiration and strength to juggle work and passion from his family and the small children he patiently coach during Saturdays. 

Recently, Pharmaton was able to find other passionate people like Maxie who share the same dedication to inspire other people in their field of expertise.

Ms. Hindy Weber Tantoco, most noted in the field of fashion designing, has discovered her niche in the fields of organic-agriculture, and healthy living. From her new found passion, she created Holy Carabao Farms, where she grow her own organic vegetables, initially for personal use but eventually grew into a medium scale agri-enterprise. Her personal mantra is to uplift the lives of others to bring beauty from within. 

Another Pharmaton Life charger who finds energy from children is Ms. Michelle Ressa Aventajado. After having a child with special needs, Michelle became committed to advocate and support the well-being of children with special needs. She also promotes Best Buddies that integrate these children in the main stream environment through one-to-one friendships. She is passionate in lobbying to initiate policies that will correct the negative culture on how society engages such people with special capabilities.

Chef Rob Pengson is no stranger for many. He’s an iconic figure in the field of culinary arts and very much visible in the TV screens bringing its viewers an exceptional take in delectable dishes that he love to cook. Part from being a chef celebrity, he is also the head chef of an award winning restaurant, The Goose Station located at the heart of Bonifacio Global City. With the entire work load that surrounds him, what fuels his passion on a daily basis is being a mentor. He recently started the Epicurean Lab that highlights the science in culinary art. This lab is actually part of the Science department of Global Culinary and Hospitality Academy. Its aim is to promote modern gastronomy to the local industry. He believes that many young Filipino out there have a lot to offer in the field of culinary. And by sharing his knowledge will even hone these talents to a much brighter potentials. 

And last but not the least is a person who is quite known to a lot people both in the field of sports and broadcasting. He is no other than the Sportscast icon Mr. Anthony Suntay. A prolific broadcaster and sports events hosts, both here and abroad, Anthony is also a dedicated father who draws strength and inspiration from his two scrapping boys. Being an international sportscaster, he was able to learn so much about all types of sports which makes him a well-rounded athlete. Somehow the sports iconic figures which he features in his daily work, serves a motivation for him to push forward and reach higher goals. In the same way he cherishes these values and applies it in his own craft as a sportscaster. 

Last August 18, 2014, these remarkable Pharmaton life Chargers were gathered together in an event where they expressed their field of expertise, their success in the lives of other people they became very significant with. They also share their daily challenges and frustrations, through the negative experiences; they were all able to accomplish a much relevant goals that affects not just themselves but the people around them. 

Friday, August 1, 2014

Gionee ELIFE S5.5 Now in the Philippine Market

Last July 13, 2014, another player in the mobile phone industry emerged in the Philippine market. Introducing, Gionee ELIFE S5.5 smart phone, the world’s slimmest smart phone in the market today with 5.5mm thickness. This new android phone is equipped with Corning Gorilla glass screen  and with a whooping processing speed of 8 real octa-core cpu, this new player is certainly one bad-ass in the block today.

In the launching event, Gionee Philippines presented to the media and to the public some of its features along with its Philippine Brand ambassador, the alluring, Ms. Ellen Adarna. Hosted by the equally sexy comedian Ms. Gizzelle Sanchez, Gionee flaunt to the public the qualities of the new Gionee ELIFE S5.5. 

Shortly after, the hosts raffled off some of Gionee’s phones to Facebook contestants who were previously notified and the winner of the new Gionee ELIFE S5.5. Executives from China made detailed presentations about its features and even demonstrated on how durable the phone is by intentionally dropping it on the floor by no less than Ms. Ellen Adarna herself. 

The phone runs on a high speed octa-core chip set with 1.7GHZ processing speed. I already how a dual and a quad core run and these are really fast. So I would imagine how an octa-core can go. But of course for every speed requires more power that can drain your battery power dry in no time. So it should really have balance of processing speed and battery life capability. 

Another feature Gionee  ELIFE S5.5 is the resolution camera. Having Philippines being the selfie capital of the world, I guess this feature would come as top priority over other stuff. It has a 13 megapixel front camera and 5 megapixel at the back. Okay, a lot of Phones have that. But the clincher here is the camera’s ability to have a 95 degree wide-angle shot capturing much area of space. so when you take a selfie, the phone can capture even your legs and feet with clear pictures.

For the health conscious dudes and babes out there, the phone has a beauty apps that serves  as guide for living healthy and fit.  The new Gionee ELIFE S5.5 are available in five colors – balck, white, blue, pink and purple.  The Gionee ELIFE S5.5 is available mall stores  with an SRP of P21,999.00.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

MEGAFIBER, the new standard in food fiber, now back at Mercury Drug stores


The new standard in food fiber is back and things just got better for current fiber users and those intent on adopting a healthier lifestyle.  MEGAFIBER, the new barometer for fiber supplement packs the best food fiber in the world with multi-health benefits at prices that give you more fiber for every peso.  Now back at Mercury Drug stores nationwide, MEGAFIBER comes in bigger 7.5g sachets at P10.75 each, travel pack of 30 sachets at P325, and in bigger 300g jars at P430.  It is also offered in half-kilo family size packs at P705 for even greater savings.  MEGAFIBER has also installed customer service hotlines 524-6549, 354-2208 to 09 and 09474890262 to facilitate product inquiry.  Product information may also be obtained at, MEGAFIBER facebook page, and thru email

Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), MEGAFIBER promotes digestive health and ensures regular bowel movement.  It fights both constipation and diarrhea, helps regulate blood sugar and uric acid, reduces cholesterol, and assists in weight management.  Taking one tablespoon of MEGAFIBER regularly, mixed in a half glass with your preferred breakfast drink, will result to better health and overall well-being. 

All-natural MEGAFIBER helps regulate the digestive system and ensures regular bowel movement, cleans out the digestive system and eliminates waste from the colon and intestines, providing relief to those suffering from constipation.  When it absorbs liquids, it forms a slippery film and swells by 8 to 14 times its normal weight and forms a soft, bulky mass that passes quickly and easily through the colon and acts like a sponge in the intestinal tract. It also helps stimulate the reflex needed for the bowels to empty.  

Those suffering from diarrhea will also benefit from MEGAFIBER since it does not only absorb water from watery stools, its bulking effect slows down the bowel and reduces bowel movement, reducing the number of times that one must go to the bathroom.  Increased intake of fiber absorbs excess water in stools and consequently allows the intestinal muscles something to hold on to.  Unlike other medication, taking MEGAFIBER to stop diarrhea does not result in constipation.

MEGAFIBER is suitable for children but NOT infants. Parents can simply mix MEGAFIBER with their child’s favorite juice and allow it to gel before spoon feeding the mixture to the youngster.

Because MEGAFIBER binds with cholesterol secreted in bile acids and excretes it before it is absorbed into the blood stream, it helps reduce cholesterol and correspondingly, the risk of heart disease. At the same time, it provides a feeling of fullness which in turn helps reduce hunger pangs, and lessens the tendency to overeat.  This could lead to weight loss as MEGAFIBER also assists in capturing then excreting the fats in our food.

It also promotes better sugar control since it slows down digestion.  It allows food to be digested more slowly, releasing carbohydrates more evenly, thus giving diabetics a better chance to cope with increase in blood sugar after meals.

MEGAFIBER is 100% made from the best food fiber in the world.  It is a natural and safe way to regularly rid the body of wastes that can lead to digestive disorders and serious health conditions.  There are no additives, sweeteners, preservatives, artificial colors or flavoring in MEGAFIBER. It is also cholesterol-free, yeast-free and gluten-free.  (END)

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Robinson’s Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run 2014

Robinson’s Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run celebrates seven years of continued commitment for wellness and health. By its signature tradition, Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run promotes wellness with a buddy, because it’s more fun to pursue wellness and healthy lifestyle with a pair.

Last July 6, 2014, my son and I were very fortunate to join this running event for the very first time. We registered to run together in the 10k category. In the previous years, one reason why I was not able to run Robnison's Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run, is because I had difficulty of finding a partner to run with. My son Gab, though he has been running for quite some time, it was only this year he was able to break the 10k distance. 

The Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run offers two distances which are 5k and 10k only. Despite having two categories, this event was able to gather more than 5,000 runners on the race day. I am so glad that my son is getting a hang of running, resulted by my continued encouragement over the years. I remember when he was just starting, keeping a continued pace for 5k was a big challenge. Now, a 10k distance is a breeze for him. I would love to see the day when he can run long distance with me, or maybe even surpass me in the near future. 

After the race we finished together at an easy pace of 1 hour, 6 min. Not my ideal pace, but at least, we finished the race together strong without any injuries. Since its our first time to participate in this fun run, both of us were so surprised of the loot-bags that were given to all finishers. Both of us took home a bag of groceries courtesy of Robinson’s Supermarket. 

I have been to many races in the past and this race is one of the very few who gave runners more than what they have paid for in the registration, Not only that, participating booths were flooded with food that were being distributed to all runners indiscriminately. The assembly area was practically a food festival. My son and I were so happy for our first Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run. Next year, we will definitely register again. Perhaps, other members of my family can register as well. 

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

More Life Happens at CHILI’S!

Chili’s, a much popular restaurant which started in Dallas, Texas 35 years ago, is conquering the Philippines palate since 1996. With their several branches all over the country, Chili’s is offering more than just the good old American dishes  but also some local favorites with a flavorful twists of the States-side. 

Just over a week ago, I had the most fantabulous time dinning at Chili’s SM Megamall branch. I’ve been hearing about this restaurant for quite some time but, never had the opportunity of trying their dishes before. Whenever we dine-out with my family, my kids and wife would veer away of trying because of the stigma of the assumptions that all dishes are hot and spicy. As much as Chili’s specialties are the hot cuisine, many in their menu offers the not-so-hot foods which are equally very delicious.

The following are just some of their mouth-watering samples that will surely capture everyone’s preference when it comes with western-style grilled dishes. 

Fried Quesadilla Bites, priced a very affordable P375 per serving, is an appetizer nibbles, best taken while waiting for the main course. This empanada-like dish is actually a breaded chicken sprinkled with cilantro and served with a very flavorful chipotle sour cream. 

Bacon and Chedar Steak. You can never have a great American cuisine experience without the steak. But this one is something exceptional because on top of the succulent steak are layered of bacon strips marbled in cheddar cheese. With a tag price of P875 per serving, this one is worth every buck. The mashed Potato and veggies simply go with it so well. 

Parmesan Chicken. Chicken breast fillet cooked with special sauces, Parmesan, and Monterey Jack cheeses. It’s a topping on an equally exceptional fried rice, because it’s Cilantro Rice. The rice itself is flavorful with or without the “ulam”. For the fish lovers, the chicken can be altered to Tilapia. Priced at P395 per serving. 

All of the main courses can be jazzed-up to other choices of side-dishes. This is what they call “Chilis Your Way”. The choices are Corn-cub or fresh veggies. Cilantro Rice can be exchange with Mashed Potato or Steam Rice. 

With all these scrumptious dishes, make sure to leave some space in your tummy for dessert. One of their specialty is the Chili’s Banana Bread Pudding, topped with Vanilla Ice cream. Make sure to eat it before it melts. But as for me, a little sluggish melted ice cream goes well with the bread. 

Chili's Philippines Branches: Greenbelt 5 and the Power Plant Mall in Makati, Greenhills in San Juan, Mega Atrium in SM Megamall, Alabang Town Center, and Tomas Morato and Fairview Terraces in Quezon City.

For more information, please log on to, like Chili's Philippines on Facebook, follow @Chilis_ph on Twitter, and @chilisphilippines on Instagram. 

Friday, July 11, 2014



Master, the no. 1 male face care brand for men, is giving lucky Filipino hoops fans a chance to fly to Spain, all-expenses-paid, to watch live the Gilas Pilipinas national men’s basketball team put their oil-free game faces on at the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.

“Being a basketball-crazy country, we Filipinos are proud to qualify for the FIBA World Championships. Through Master Goes to Spain Promo, lucky fans will have the chance of their lives to fly to Spain to support our basketball heroes and watch them battle and put their oil-free game faces on against some of the world’s best teams.” said Jonathan Pua, Unilever Male Grooming  brand manager.

Included in the Gilas Team lineup is Master lead endorser Marc Pingris. Other members of the Gilas Team who are vying for basketball glory are Jimmy Alapag, LA Tenorio, Jayson Castro, Larry Fonacier, Jeff Chan, Gabe Norwood, Gary David, Ranidel de Ocampo,  Japeth Aguilar, Junemar Fajardo, Beau Belga, Greg Slaughter, Marcio Lassiter, Jared Dillinger, Paul Lee and naturalized player Marcus Douthit. Coach Chot Reyes’ team will be pitting skills against world power houses such as USA, Spain, Argentina, Brazil, Russia and other world class basketball teams.

To join the Master Game Face Goes to Spain promo, simply buy a Master Facial Wash or Deep Cleanser with the special promo sticker, scratch the sticker to see the special promo code, text Master<space>SPAIN<space><code> and send to 5656.

Hundreds of instant prizes like tumblers, towels and jerseys are also up for grabs aside from the grand prize all-expense paid trips to Spain for 5 lucky winners.

Putting an Oil-Free, Game Face everywhere with Master

With a complete line of face care products including facial wash, face cleansers and face moisturizers for the highly competitive sportsman, Master takes basketball to a whole new level. Oil can definitely reduce a player’s effectiveness in any game – especially in basketball. This was featured in the latest commercial of Master Facial Wash where both Chris Tiu and Marc Pingris battled it out with their oil-free, game faces on thanks to Master.

Boosting anti-oil protection, Master Oil Control Max Facial Wash has the revolutionary Cooling ZEROIL formula so you can get 8 hours of no oil for that fresh game face look to bring out the best in anyone’s game on and off the court. Get 8 hours of no oil with Master Facial Wash so you can put your game face on! You can also fight deep seated dirt that causes pimples with Master Oil Control Max Deep Cleanser. For more details about Master products and the Master Game Face Goes to Spain promo, visit and Follow Master on Twitter and Instagram @MasterGameFace to find out more.

Soleus Trail Challenge: My First Trail Run for 2014

In almost 5 years of running, there are a handful of running events I joined which I considered epics and very memorable. Among these runs are the trail running races, where I get to run and tour various mountains and nature parks hidden in the outskirts of Metro Manila. For me, trail running is an ideal way to train power-endurance and technical skills that allow me to test my balance in uneven terrains. Trail running, for me, is the best way to train and strengthen the ankles, soles, and calves because they are exposed to various motions from the side lateral movements while running and, in some instances, when jumping a few drops along the way. It’s called technical scrambling, which has a higher risk of injury so you need to take it slow most especially if you're a newbie on the trails.

I was saddened by the news when I heard that the Merrell Adventure Run was postponed. I thought I’m not going to hit the trails this year. But thanks to my friends from Manila Water, I was able to have the opportunity to run in this year’s Soleus Trail Valley Challenge in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna. So I still got to run the trails after all!

The race was divided into three categories, 50k, 30k, and 15k. I was offered a 50k race kit and I was so tempted to take it. But since I have not run in the trails for quite a while, I opted to take the 15k distance instead. I have not experienced a DNF in running before, and I certainly didn’t want to have one in this race. We arrived at the venue a bit early when the 30k runners were about to set off. While waiting, I bumped into some long-time friends in the running community and did my customary warm-ups and stretching.  

5:00am was the gun start and at the first two kilometers, we already experienced a bit of confusion in the direction that cost us 5 minutes of time the wandering in the wilderness and getting lost. Since it was still dark, trail signs were not very visible. But it’s all good because things like that happen all the time during trail runs and runners just consider it as part of the adventure.

The hydration, as expected, was very much limited, that is why runners were encouraged to bring personal hydration bottles and supplements along the way. I only brought one water bottle that lasted half way, enough for me to refill and replenish all the energy lost. I already calculated this since I already know the trails of Nuvali from my previous runs. But my long hiatus from trail running took its toll such that exhaustion and fatigue overcame me too soon.

The 10k mark going back was more of a run-walk pace. I was able to catch up with another running friend, Pat Conception, and we paced together for a while. Pat was experiencing muscle fatigue as well and steep descents were a challenge to him, so I went ahead and kept a steady pace to finish the last few remaining kilometers.

At last, the finish line was in sight. Along the way, we passed by the water sprinkle of Manila Water and I can’t wait to go back there to cool down. Crossing the finish line was a relief as well as getting photos from friends and, of course, the finisher’s medal.

One of the best things about this race were the foods that were served. Very rare will you experience to get free breakfast, as in rice and viand after crossing the finish line. It was definitely a very fulfilling trail run and I certainly look forward to joining the Soleus Trail Challenge again next year. Perhaps that 50k will no longer be a scary feat to accomplish by then.  

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The Coffee Beanery: For the More Discriminating Coffee Aficionados…

First, don’t be mistaken this cafe for the “other” coffee shop, because the way they brew coffee is really something very exceptional. This café is one of Cravings’ creative extensions of its beverage line. For some who are familiar with TCB well, they are one and the same. But the management would want to place The Coffee Beanery among distinct coffee drinkers who take coffee a little more special than usual. 

Last week, I was fortunate to be invited to attend a special coffee appreciation day at The Coffee Beanery, katipunan. The master baristas immersed us in the different types of how a coffee is prepared and each one captures a different kind of blend, strength and sophistication which only a real coffee drinker can appreciate. The drinking session was more like of a wine appreciation. The Coffee Beanery baristas presented the three kinds of approaches and equipment in making the best coffee. 


The Pour-over approach is one of the most common way of preparing a gourmet coffee, because it’s just like how a simple percolator works. But in this approach, instead of a percolator regulating the hot-pouring of water on the grounded beans, it is the barista who regulates this with correct precision, manually. In this approach, a barista can regulate the amount of water thus controlling the strength of the coffee as preferred by the costumer. In a percolator, often times gets residue of grounded beans in the pot, but through manual pouring, a barista can carefully control its flow. 


The Aero-press is like a French-press type but this one is more compact. The aero-press is more like an over-sized syringed with an air-tight plunger. This type of coffee maker can squeeze out all the flavors of the beans. But one can regulate this in the earlier part of the preparation which is the stirring. The longer you stir, the stronger the coffee will come out. The barista instructed us to stir only for 10 seconds, any longer will give the coffee a much bolder flavor and body. 


Among the three, the Siphon style is the most complicated one to prepare. This requires a bit of “Chemistry lab” action where a barista will use a Bunsen burner to heat up the flask. Among the three, this one also is the most tedious one to do. It will take a newbie several tries to get the right boldness and right flavor. But the whole process is so fun and exciting to do. So if you order a coffee via Siphon, you will need a little patience because this will take more time to do. 

After the presentation, the master baritas called for three volunteers to get the chance to experience to try preparing gourmet coffee using the three approaches. I was task to do the Aero-Press style. It was really a challenging experience because everything needs to be precise including the amount of beans and water ratio needed to get the perfect balance of flavor. In the end, my coffee preparation turned out to be okay and passed the standards of the master baristas.  

Sophistication is what defines The Coffee Beanery. Coffee drinking enthusiasts would know better the right type of coffee to be served. Each month, they feature two different kinds of beans and they highlight all the best beans in the world. This month, they offer Argentinian Beans and Kenyan.  

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Robinson’s Supermarket: Celebrate Family healthy living with Wellness Festival

Healthy living has been the steady trending culture among many Filipinos ever since the running sensation captured everyone’s lifestyle in the last decade. If there is one good culture Filipinos are making great improvements, is adapting a healthy lifestyle. At last, many of this healthy Pinoys are starting to think what’s good for his health.  

This healthy lifestyle is not only limited to exercise but extends to the very substance that we take in to our bodies. Many foods available today in grocery stores do not have enough healthy ingredients that will help keep us fit. One good news is that there are some stores that offers not just low price on food items but also give you good information that the food you are buying is tagged as DOST-FNRI certified healthy foods.

Last June 19, 2014, Robinson’s Supermarket launches its three-day series Wellness festivals in Robinson’s Magnolia from June 19-22. This Wellness Festival aims to offer Filipino Families to eat healthy foods and be informed about the right nutrition to gain a fit and Healthy Lifestyle. Robinson’s forged a partnership with the Department of Science and Technology – Food and Nutrition institute (DOST-FNRI) to certify the products that passed its nutrition standards.

The festival was also participated by various brands that supported Robinson’s Wellness Campaign.  It includes Uniliver Products, Nestle, Dizon’s Farm, Abbott, Breville and Magnolia products. These brands offers free consultations and free sample products that will show the consumers that their brands carry the DOST-FNRI certification. 

So the next time you visit Robinson’s Supermarket take notice of the color tags that comes with the price tag. Each color represent s a special feature, either price-down sale, a brand comes with a free product or for the green-tag, it means the product are grown organically and passes DOST-FNRI nutrition standards.  


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