Affordable morning habit that fits in one’s pocket

Published: July 11, 2019 10:20am | Metro Manila


Yamang Bukid Healthy Products Inc. has rolled out a new and affordable variant of your morning habit turmeric 10-in-1tea. This after the health and wellness company from Baguio City introduced to the market last Sunday the pocket-sized version of the health and wellness drink. Weighing 7 grams, the easy-to-open sachet of turmeric 10-in-1 tea is enough for a cup of wellness and good health and is the same size and almost of the same price of most leading coffee and tea brands.

On July 7, the product had a soft launch in Palawan and Davao provinces through massive retail campaign, as well as in Metro Manila through the existing Yamang Bukid outlets in major shopping malls such as SM, Ayala Malls, Robinsons. The introduction of it to the rest of the country followed days later.

It was received by the public enthusiastically, with customers praising its sleek packaging which made the brand easy to prepare anytime and anywhere. Ruel Dagsangan, a media personality and entrepreneur from Tagum City, Davao del Norte province said the new product was well-received in his city not only due to its known health benefits but also its affordability and compactness. The turmeric 10-in-1 tea (7 grams) can be bought for P15 per sachet at select stores, pharmacies and shopping centers throughout the country.

This means your daily dose of nature has become more affordable and accessible. With its expected positive response from customers, Yamang Bukid Healthy Products Inc. sees a change of behavior of early risers, who will make turmeric 10-in-1 tea their morning habit and beverage instead of the traditional caffeine-laced hot drinks. Now, hand that next cup please?


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