Day 229/365: Kabuhayang Swak na Swak at Sugarleaf Greenhills

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August 18, 2011

It is a great honor to be chosen by Kabuhayang Swak na Swak to be their taping location as a best Filipino emerging business today. Thanks to Miss Dimples Romana and Bobby Yan for helping Sugarleaf be introduced to millions of Filipinos who is looking for Healthy Eats and Foods that nourish.

About the Program:

Kabuhayang Swak na swak (Livelihood That Fits) is a very informative business show that features the livelihood and business success stories of Filipino entrepreneurs. Kabuhayang Swak na swak covers about the best ways of starting up a business, tips and strategies, good money habits, how to cope with the rising cost of living, among other things.

Its goal is to institutionalize a television show that teaches – from starting and maintaining a successful business to providing invaluable insights and inspiration, especially for aspiring entrepreneurs.

It is packed with highly-informative segments and features: on recipes for success, marketing strategies, branding, good money habits, business news and forecasts, inspiring stories, etc.

Get to learn how to stretch your minimal capital when starting your own business enterprise. Hear the inspiring stories featuring ordinary people who are now successful entrepreneurs including business celebrities and their secrets to success. Furthermore, update yourself with the latest and the newest, innovative products and businesses in town.


About Sugarleaf:

Recognising the clamour for a one-stop shop of healthy food items in the metropolis, Sugarleaf debuts at the ground floor of the Health Cube Building along Wilson Street in San Juan.

Living up to its mission of providing “foods that nourish” Sugarleaf features Healthy Picks, a mini-mart of locally-sourced organic produce (fruits, vegetables and herbs) from the LaTOP (La Trinidad Organic Practitioners) Multi-purpose Cooperative farmers. The coop has the stamp of approval of the OCCP (Organic Certification Council of the Philippines) guaranteeing that the produce is all-organic. Items will be available throughout the week, when in the past, availability was limited to weekend markets and bazaars.

Produce which are not usually grown in the Philippines such as fresh blueberries and oranges, brussel sprouts, cherry tomatoes, fennel and rhubarb are available in addition to the staple lettuce, cabbage, carrots, eggplants, spinach, squash, yacon and many more.

Aside from vegetables, Sugarleaf offers a wide variety of natural, organically produced goods. It is meant to be a one-stop-shop for healthy food finds including free-range chicken, eggs, pork, kefir milk, yogurt, kambucha, carabao and cow’s milk, organic highland coffee and rice, non-GMO tofu, natural sweeteners (coco sugar, stevia, coco nectar), home-made dips and dressings, air-dried tea, among others.

Organic products that are not locally available may be sourced out. Available on a per order prior notice basis are: organic chia seeds, organic maca, kelp noodles and much more.

Healthy meals and snacks will also be available for both dine in and take away fully utilising the fresh produce available. A cozy dining area of up to 30 persons is available for intimate events such as reunions, baptismals, briday and baby showers, etc.

Workshops on organic farming, healthy cooking and other wellness workshops will be offered in the coming months.

Day 229/365: Kabuhayang Swak an Swak at Sugarleaf Greenhills

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