NutriAsia’s “Bring Your Own Bottle” Initiative

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This year, NutriAsia carries on with its vision of a more environmentally sustainable world through a project called “Bring Your Own Bottle” (BYOB), which encourages users to bring their own reusable bottles and refill their favorite condiments, and products like Datu Puti Vinegar, Datu Puti Soy Sauce, UFC Banana Catsup, and Golden Feista Cooking Oil. This simple act is expected to raise awareness on responsible plastic use and help build a zero-waste community as a stepping stone to sustainability.

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You can participate by bringing your own empty and clean bottle for refilling. These can also be used bottles of UFC Banana Catsup, Golden Fiesta Cooking Oil, Datu Puti Vinegar and Datu Puti Soy Sauce.

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You can also purchase other products like Datu Puti Toyomixes, Datu Puti Pinoy Originals, and Locally in eco-friendly packaging.

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Products for refilling are as follows, UFC Banana Catsup, Golden Fiesta Cooking Oil (Soya Oil, Canola Oil, Corn Oil), Datu Puti Soy Sauce, and Datu Puti Vinegar. Minimum refill is 200 grams while maximum refill is 2 kilogram. Different products would have different consume before dates, and self life.

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The BYOB initiative by NutriAsia was launched last July 30, and is set to run until September 12, will be open Mondays through Sundays, 12 noon until 8 in the evening, at the Mind Museum in BGC. For more info, please visit https://nutriasia.com/bring-your-own-bottle.com

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Aside from the refilling, you may also bring empty plastic bottles/materials to donate. These will be recycled into furnishings, and to be donated to Gat Andres Bonifacio High School in Taguig City.

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The BYOB store is also eco-friendly, most of it is made out of eco-bricks which is made from a mixture of materials like cement and shredded plastic waste. NutriAsia wanter each and every aspect of this project to be in line with the goal of sustainability.

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Stay hungry,

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Nathaniel Uy

 

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