Robinsons Supermarket geared up to welcome the month of July with a campaign encouraging everyone to take the step in choosing to live a healthier lifestyle. With its commitment to encourage more individuals to take a wellness journey and spread awareness on their advocacy, Robinsons Supermarket hosted its 8th Wellness Festival that kicked-off at Robinsons Magnolia last July 16, 2015.
Together with their health and wellness partner brands Nestle, Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, Del Monte, Abbott, Fonterra and Unilab, that set-up a booth on the venue that offer exciting activations and freebies to shoppers while enjoying learning more about wellness.
Lifestyle advocates and siblings, Daniel and Vanessa Matsunaga participated in a race to wellness activity where they enjoyably battled on different games. And, as a proof that all men and women are equal nowadays, Vanessa won the game beating Daniel with few points.
Here is Ms. Iya Villania-Arellano who hosted the event together with the Matsunagas, Daniel and Vanessa, and the Sexy Chef owners, Rachel Alejandro and Barni Alejandro who made cooking demo and concocted healthy smoothie that we all get to try.
Robinsons Supermarket Commitment to Wellness
Robinsons Supermarket strengthens its commitment to wellness by educating and helping more Filipinos make healthier choices when it comes to their food intake and lifestyle choices. The best way they can help is to provide an easy access on healthier alternatives through its health and wellness section in every Robinsons Supermarket nationwide. This destination area aims to address varied nutrition needs to fit every lifestyle and to help consumers make learned purchases.
“We, at Robinsons Supermarket, believe that health and wellness is not a destination but a continuous journey. And we want to be part of that journey in people’s lives by being a trusted partner that they can always rely on for all their health and wellness needs,” said Robinsons Supermarket General Manager Jody Gadia.
They continue to employ the “Shop Smart” tag label that color codes items based on their health benefits, nutritional content, and price discounts. If you frequent, Robinsons Supermarket, I’m sure you have seen these color-coded tags. (more…)