Narito na ang Negosyong may Puso Package para sa iyo!

Published: July 13, 2019 12:22pm | Philippines


Yamang Bukid Healthy Products, Inc (YBHPI) proudly presents to you our Negosyong may Puso Package! This is an initiative to support enterprising individuals from various sectors: women, people’s organizations, cooperatives and local traders who may want to have additional income streams.

  You can now be our partner in bringing and uplifting health and wellness in your communities through high-quality and affordable healthy products. For as low as Php 5,000 you can now start your Negosyong may Puso Package! 

Annabella Mallari is the first entrepreneur who immediately availed of the Negosyong may Puso Package of Yamang Bukid Healthy Products Inc. (YBHPI) The package was turned over by Michael Mallari, one of the supervisors of YBHPI in Mega Manila.

A single tote bag contains a variety of YBHPI products, specifically the company’s flagship product – Turmeric with Gynura procumbens 10 in 1 Instant Herbal Tea—-that has been making wonders on health as testified by our regular customers.

Nelia Razon of Tarlac City is now a dealer of Yamang Bukid brand Turmeric 10 in 1 Tea thru the Negosyong may Puso Package. She is with Kristine Jucar of YBHPI Sales and Marketing Department.

  ”Kailangan kong magpa-medical exam bago ako makasampa ng barko. Sabi ng kaibigan ko, inom daw ako ng Turmeric 10 in 1 Tea ng Yamang Bukid. Makakatulong daw. Ayun, after drinking it for almost one month, clear ako sa medical exam ko! Kaya panay bili at baon ko na nito.” Louie Delfinado, Third Officer, Seaman since 2003 testified.

  “Kasama sa aming daily routine ang pag-inom ng Turmeric 10 in 1 tulad ng pagdadasal naming araw-araw dito sa seminaryo. Hindi lang dapat kami spiritually fit, dapat physically fit din kami. Personally, nainom ako nito to feel refreshed, help me gain memory, and aid me with my digestion. Masarap, swabe ang lasa.” Fr. Monching Molina of Our Lady of Peace Seminary shared.

  You can choose your own package to mix and match size varieties of the said flagship item with free marketing collaterals through our Facebook page (@turmerictea.baguiocity) and website (www.yamangbukid.com) that will aid you for higher sales.

  As part of our introductory offer, we are giving a 20-percent discount for every package purchased!

  Your purchases will also help the company in fulfilling its social development agenda -- fund scholars to continue their studies, help patients recover, ensure abandoned elders to have a happier home, groups to strengthen their advocacy works, and individuals to reach their dreams. The company lives to its mission of living a life for others by doing business with a heart.

  Do you want to be our partner in doing business with a heart? Contact us on (+63) 956 371 5057 or (02) 688 9416. You may also visit our website (www.yamangbukid.com), or send us a message on our social media sites. Our account executives will be more than happy to give additional technical and logistical assistance to you.

Facebook: @turmerictea.baguiocity
Twitter: @yamangbukid
Instagram: @yamangbukid
We assure you the perfect solution to start your own business. We highly value our partners just like as we highly value our customers for a 100% customer satisfaction.

Grab your Negosyong may Puso Package now!



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