We all know Good Food when we see it. When we taste it. When we are full from it. But, Good Food in modern times can mean many things. It can mean it’s good for the body. It can mean it’s good for the environment. It can mean it’s good simply “for the greater good… ”
So many ways that we can make a difference in the choices that we make. And many times, the differences we choose to make come out of some momma wanting to make her life easier. Or more streamlined. Or because she wants to save time. Make the world a better place. Or make her town a better place. Or because one momma also does her part in raising her kiddos to be conscientious. To care for the environment. And streamline all her responsibilities as a momma.
I first met Kris De Guzman about 7 years ago when I started blogging. At the time, she too was blogging, but has since evolved (as mommas often do) into doing something the same, yet a little different. She still cares greatly about the environment and is very mindful in parenting her two daughters, and as of late, she has been working on the e-commerce website www.goodfood.ph
ADVOCATE LIKE A MOTHER
Because she really is a modern momma that makes online purchases, she saw the need for a subscription based website, that would literally do the thinking for her. In this case, she shared that while meeting the challenges of motherhood was a balancing act, she would sometimes forget to buy the milk she went to the grocery store for, in the first place. (#RELATE)
So she teamed up with Nestle, and added another facet to their agreement by including a greener option in her doorstep delivery.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
All you have to do is log on to www.goodfood.ph and click on SUBSCRIPTIONS.
Then after you choose the READY TO DRINK OPTION, select the delivery PLAN that works best for your family.
But here’s the extra added benefit:
With the new GIVE PACK feature, when your second delivery of subscription milk is delivered the next month, the delivery person will ALSO take away your previously delivered, emptied, washed, and clean tetra packs for recycling into super useful items that many of the kids (and the adults) got to see and use first hand during the media event which took place today.
FUNCTIONAL AND CUTE
How cute are these notebooks and fun pads?
Plus, I learned that they can even make roofing material and fiber board from the recycled items as well!
I mentioned to Kris that back in NY, we would do drives like this in our public school. We would collect recycled items (or sometimes even box tops) and the schools would end up receiving grants that they could use towards art supplies, playground equipment, and even instruments for music class. We would even have certain boxes in the cafeterias where we would eat lunch to make collection even easier for the students.
Wouldn’t it be great if Nestlé and Tetra Pak Philippines launched an even greater effort to recycle by putting up these types of drop off points in condos? Or grocery stores?
For now, if you would like your Nestlé tetra paks to be collected, so you can make a difference in the way we care for the planet, subscribing to the RTD Nestle plans from Good Food, is definitely a more sustainable (and painless) way to do it!
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