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‘Eat the Rainbow’ shopping promo

Start the year right with Robinsons Supermarket’s “Eat the Rainbow” promo till the end of the month. Promo features different bundled fruits and vegetables every day priced at P99.00 only. The promo aims to encourage more consumers to add color to their daily diet.

The promo supports the Department of Science and Technology – Food and Research Institute’s (DOST-FNRI) “Pinggang Pinoy” campaign that encourages proper portioning of different food groups to guarantee a balanced and healthy diet for Filipinos. Customers will also get a free Eco Bag for their purchase of at least three bundles. 

“We are very happy to be working with Robinsons Supermarket with this promo. This will not only help promote healthy eating, but also make people realize that wellness is affordable and within their reach,” said Dr. Mario V. Capanzana, director of DOST-FNRI.

Robinsons Supermarket and the DOST-FNRI partnership has been going strong for the past 10 years. The partnership aims to make it easier for Filipinos to make healthier choices.

Head on to the nearest Robinsons Supermarket and start your wellness journey by eating healthy, varied and nutritious food. 

COLORFUL DIET. Robinsons Supermarket's promo supports DOST-FNRI's 'Pinggang Pinoy' campaign that encourages proper portioning of different food groups to guarantee a balanced and healthy diet for Filipinos. 
To find out more about the “Eat the Rainbow” promo, like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RobinsonsSupermarketOfficial or visit the official website at www.robinsons-supermarket.com.ph to stay updated on the activities Robinsons Supermarket has in store.

Topics: Robinsons Supermarket , "Eat the Rainbow" promo
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