All-natural products store Healthy Options recently opened a big branch at Uptown Mall in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
Spanning close to 800 square meters, the store features a bright and clean interior. Scuff-free floors, regular and floating shelves, a high ceiling, modern lighting fixtures, and innovative signage that point to the available merchandise adds up to an enticing shopping experience for shoppers.
It carries premium quality brands, including organic, locally sourced farm-fresh produce and other sustainably sourced food items such as all-natural, international foods, and the Healthy Options private label, among others. Toiletries and health supplements are also available.
Further enhancing customers’ shopping experience, a café will soon open at Uptown Mall branch; it will host baking and cooking demonstrations, too.
The in-store café, Baking Therapy will serve nutrient-laden artisanal breads and pastries baked using Healthy Options ingredients. These tasty treats will be served with local coffee and herbal teas.
A gluten-free selection of pastries and bread will be prepared fresh at the company’s gluten-free commissary.
“As excited as I am to share with you the list of amazingly sumptuous, decadent but healthy bread, cakes, and pastries, it’s best that you come and taste them when Baking Therapy opens,” enthused Healthy Options managing director Romy Sia.
Following the opening of its Uptown Mall store, Healthy Options opened a new store in a key provincial city—at Level 1, Ayala Capitol Central, Bacolod City.
During the past few months, two other stores were opened in strategic points in Metro Manila. These included Healthy Options at Ayala Malls Feliz and Healthy Options at Ayala Vertis North.
Go to www.healthyoptions.com.ph for more information.
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