Wednesday, May 7, 2014

G Stuff and Green Initiative's 2014 Summer Destinations

Whenever  there is a new product in the market, I always check the label and its ingredients if  it is natural whether for  food and non food items. In today's world of  instant products, I always make sure that I  purchase  only what  is safe  and natural  and has no  content  that could possibly  harm my system.

And now, for some good news!   Just recently,   Environmental advocate Gina Lopez launched  G Stuff  products that are natural, clean and healthy.    The  product  came up with the concept  of helping the communities while saving the environment and letting the people from the metropolis experience the beauty of using the products from the fine ingredients of nature.

The G Stuff store is  located at Rockwell, Power Plant Mall.  Dubbed as G LOVE,  new array of massage oils, chocolate truffles, salad dressings and gluten-free tarts are now available in G Stuff store.

G Stuff contains products with natural ingredients from identified ecotourism areas. Its name speaks for its advocacy as G stands for so many things: G is green because it’s good for the environment. G is good for the community – 100% of the profits will help sustain their livelihood. G means gift because there will be flavorful and exciting array of products.

G Stuff’s moringa varieties of facial soap and fluid, night cream, body wash, shampoo, conditioner and body scrub.

G Stuff is deeply engraved with the principles of Bantay Kalikasan’s Green Initiative – a movement that works with various sectors to create and promote ecotourism sites all over the country at the same time to provide sustainable livelihood to communities through the use of abundant natural resources. The G Stuff products’ main ingredients come from nature. Virgin Coconut Oil from Brooke’s Point Palawan, pili nuts from Bicol and essential oils from Cagayan de Oro and Butuan are just some of the many examples.

Premium recipes by top chefs in the country are also being offered in the store. These are Chef Myrna Segismundo’s carabao cheese with pili nut and cherry tomato marmalade; Chef Gilbert Pangilinan’s red onion & Palawan and wafu dressings and; Chef Him Uy’s pili trail mix. There will be upcoming recipes from Sandy Daza, Glenda Barretto, Jessie Sincioco and Robby Goco.

All the recipes are guaranteed free of chemicals, preservatives, white sugar and white flour.

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“Every time you buy from G Stuff, you are integrating your energies with us, as we form this beautiful web of life, which will make this country a much better place to live in. So buy from G Stuff all the time. It’s good for you. It’s good for the country. It’s good for the community. It’s good for everything,” Lopez articulated.

Lopez also discussed Green Initiative’s 2014 Summer Destinations which was recently launched. These are the ecotourism areas of Palawan, Sibuyan Island in Romblon and areas in Bicol.  Tourists and travelers are sure to enjoy travel packages, activities and accommodation that are guaranteed to be safe, comfortable and yet, can bring the explorer in them.

The combined funds from G Stuff and Green Initiative’s summer destinations will be utilized to further cultivate more ecotourism sites and to organize trainings on manufacture and production for communities.

Lopez only had one goal in putting up the store – that is to help the communities improve their living conditions while preserving the environment.

Gina Lopez invites everyone to visit G Stuff store located at 3rd floor of the Power Plant Mall. The chances of uplifting the lives of communities become more and more possible for every purchase.

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