Robinsons Supermarket, which advocates wellness and healthy living, celebrates nutrition month with its Guide to Good Food a collection of recipes for the busy homemaker.
“The Guide to Good Food offers cooking tips, food choices and recipes easily prepared at home to enable families to enjoy home cooked meals and help them avoid fastfood takeouts,” says Jody Gadia, general manager of Robinsons Supermarket.
Robinsons Supermarket encourages homemakers to cook at home so that families eat healthy, fresh foods in order to have a lifestyle that saves them from costly medical expenses.
The Guide to Good Food is the first volume of what the chain hopes to be a yearly offering to loyal shoppers in celebration of Nutrition Month. A P3,000 single-receipt purchase from July 1-31 at Robinsons Supermarket entitles a shopper to a copy of this book.
This promotion is part of Robinsons Supermarket’s Wellness and Nutrition Festival. During this month, healthy products are highlighted or put on sale.
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Another part of the festival is Robinsons Supermarket’s Wellness Buddy Run, a 5K and 10K race on July 11 to encourage healthy living. Now on its third year, the race has a loyal following of avid runners. On July 23-25, a Wellness Weekend, with activities like nutrition counseling and wellness talks among others, is slated at the activity area of Robinsons Galleria in Ortigas.
With these activities Robinsons Supermarket hopes to promote a healthy lifestyle to shoppers. The supermarket chain works with its trade partners to give its customers more healthy choices and has partnered with like-minded institutions such as the Food Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) to ensure that the information and activities of the store are up-to-date with the latest trends in wellness and nutrition.
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