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AQUABEST, RCFBGC LAUNCHES NEW BOTTLE RECYCLING PROJECT

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Aquabest the country's premier water refilling franchise has partnered with the Rotary Club of Fort Bonifacio Global City to launch the Eco-Bin Project a recycling and livelihood program. Launching the project are (LtoR)Rotary Club of Fort Bonifacio Global City First Class President Glen de Guzman, Aquabest Brand Manager Paul Tan, and Rotary International District 3830 First Class Governor Robert F. Kuan. 

Trash will turn to treasure as Aquabest teams up with the Rotary Club of Fort Bonifacio Global City (RCFBGC) in a bid to aid impoverished Filipinos while encouraging recycling efforts throughout the country.

Tame the mid-year madness with Nestea RTD

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June is a time of transitions in the Philippines. It signals the end of summer and the start of the school year. It’s the month when we declared our independence from colonial rule. It is the halfway point to a year that was hopefully good and is just about to get better.
So how to cope with this high-stress period of mid-year, when everything – from school starting to mid-year office reviews to higher-volume traffic turns your comfortable home ground into a battleground?
Start by taking the year not as halfway done, but halfway there. With this glass half-full perspective, it’s a great time to create new habits and start refreshed – after all, there’s six more months to go before we start anew.
Take time to relax. If you took the first half of the year at breakneck speed, accumulating leaves and not taking any sick days, then you’ve banked enough goodwill to take a break. School just starting? Read ahead and be ready. Don’t stress out just as the year begins. There will be plenty of tim…

Sugarleaf Workshops for June and July

You may be interested in these health workshops conducted by Sugarleaf for June and July . June workshop
Join our Colon & Liver Cleansing Session with SuperFoods and Superherbs
June 29 Saturday at 2pm to 6 pm
SugarLeaf MEDICard Center Buendia corner Paseo de Roxas
P2000 per person, less 200 for early bird confirmations

A Fruity Twist on a Beloved Dunkin' Classic

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Living in the tropics means we have classic go-to fruits for every season. What’s even better is that we can enjoy them year-round, come rain or come shine. Looking for specialty fruits per region is also an exciting adventure, because the Philippines seems to have as many fruits as it does regions.
Year-round fruits are a constant delight, and in this area, the banana leads the pack. Whether you like the Lakatan, Saba, or Señorita, it is great as is ripe, or sugared with ice and milk. Legend has it that the first banana tree grew somewhere in Mindanao, and came from the heart of a young maiden who refused to marry someone she did not love.

Aquabest Celebrates World Environment Day

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Aquabest and its mother company GQWEST Inc would like to join the world in celebrating and working towards the ideals of World Environment Day (WED).
Environment Day was started in 1972 and aims to stimulate environmental awareness and spur public action. Since then it has been celebrated every year on June 5. This year the theme for the celebrations is Think.Eat.Save. Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste and food loss campaign that encourages you to reduce your food print. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), every year 1.3 billion tons of food is wasted.

Eastwood Levante : Q and A with Mr. RJ Ledesma

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Here is a Q and A with Mr. RJ Ledesma, the Co-founder of the Mercato Centrale Group About Levante:
1.What makes the launch of Levante in Eastwood City significant for the Mercato Centrale Group?
Levante in Eastwood Citywalk 2 is our first collaboration with the Megaworld Lifestyle Malls group. We are very excited to work with the Megaworld group because they have always been supportive of original food concepts – from their selection of innovative and progressive restaurants to the gourmet weekend markets.  We feel that the Mercato Centrale experience will complement the dining experience of an Eastwood mallgoer.