Taste.Company opens up a new chapter this 2017
by being the promoter of inspiring stories of goodwill.Taste.Company Media, the social enterprise and education arm of Taste Company Foundation, will cultivate “a taste for the good” — in every person, community, or local enterprise’s story as shared by its contributors.
Its “Social Responsibility” section will serve to spread the word about the CSR projects of big and small brands found locally.
Other sections like “Taste”, “Travel”, and “Trends” will not just focus on a product/experience at hand, but on the specific visions/causes that enable the featured organization to grow and thrive as an agent of goodwill and change.
Stephen Dee Young, publisher of Taste.Company and Taste Company Foundation envisions this for the site:
“Our direction is to look for social responsibility on initiatives being done by individuals and also by corporations, that addresses the requirement of the society.
Nina Tan, Editor-in-Chief of Taste.Company shares:
“Ever since Taste.Company started last May 2016, we’ve always given relevance to social responsibility. The idea of making it our core only came when we realized how much individuals, brands and companies out there give back in their own ways. This inspired us to become their partner in spreading awareness, charity and love through the power of writing.”
With a team of contributors that hail from different backgrounds, Taste.Company gives lifestyle a fresh outlook by focusing on “stories with a heart”, although they also dish out mainstream lifestyle articles that will surely keep us updated. Taste.company’s readers will be in “good, taste-full company”: they get to know the people, brands, and communities who do good and promote good in their own way, while receiving updates on the latest in Taste, Travel, and Trends.
Discover more of the country’s rich agricultural products at the fourth stretch of the now highly successful trade fair series, PHILIPPINE HARVEST, organized by the Department of Agriculture, in participation with SSI Group, Inc. and Central Square. Philippine Harvest will happen on the 17th until 19th of February at Central Square, Bonifacio High Street, BGC, Taguig.
At the 4TH PHILIPPINE HARVEST, artisanal products will be showcased by Filipino agripreneurs participating in the 2017 Madrid Fusion Manila – Our Sustainable Gastronomic Planet (MFM 2017) scheduled on April 2017. MFM 2017 is an international gastronomic event in the Philippines that brings together the most prestigious and innovative chefs from all over the world to share their knowledge and expertise on traditional and latest trends on food. It is the only Asian edition of Madrid Fusion which is celebrated annually in Madrid, Spain since 2003 and aims to promote, coordinate, and enhance culture, tourism, and commerce between the Philippines and Spain.
The 4th PHILIPPINE HARVEST will likewise offer the public the chance to see and buy agricultural products rarely found in the Metro, among these are flower vegetables, organic meat and vegetables, dried fish, and fresh local fruits.
Committed to be the number one salesman of local produce, Department of Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol reiterates his support to agricultural entrepreneurs across the country through the promotion of organic, artisanal, natural, and indigenous food products. The trade fair is expected to open new windows of opportunities to local farmers in showcasing agricultural products, and linking them to the private sector for possible partnerships and collaborations. Local agripreneurs will have a chance to share with consumers and potential investors the “stories” behind their products.
CENTRAL SQUARE INFORMATION
Address: 5th Avenue cor. 30th St., Bonifacio High Street Central, BGC, Taguig
Mall Hours: 11am-10pm, Sunday – Thursday
11am-11pm, Friday – Saturday
Find us online: Instagram @centralsquareph |facebook.com/centralsquareph
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE INFORMATION
Address: 2nd Floor, DA-ANNEX Bldg. Elliptical Road, Diliman Quezon City
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Love this quote in Salad Stop Love the healthy snacks counter Especially the Baked Multigrain crisps of Good Natured Selects I bought a @saladstopph party platter. It comes with a squeeze bottle for the dressing Super love how easy it is to just buy and get a 10% discount with your H2H card – What a deal !
Make sure to grab a bag of Good natured baked multigrain crisps #SaladStopPh @ssilifeph #h2hpartyplatters #H1?HFrom indulging in rich food and hopping from party to party to gathering with friends and family, SaladStop! makes the new year more exciting as they now offer Party Trays for a great and healthy feast. A nutritious meal is also made more special when you and your loved ones are getting healthier together.SaladStop!, the fastest growing food and beverage operations from Singapore, also offers the largest selection of fresh ingredients and locally inspired dressings in Asia. The Party Trays come in select variants of your favorite salads and wraps such as Oh Crab Lah!, Iron “Wo” Man, and Hail Caesar.
There is no exception to a healthy and mindful lifestyle in your resolutions for the New Year. And SaladStop! Party Trays makes this a whole lot easier.
SaladStop! delivers the party trays in selected areas or you may also call them in advance for pick-up. For deliveries, please call the SaladStop! store nearest you a day before the delivery date. For contact numbers, please refer to below:
SALADSTOP! Alabang Town Center (0917 631 0914 • 771 2654 • 771 2655); SALADSTOP! Greenhills (0917 675 2759 • 656 1261 • 656 1014); SALADSTOP! Ayala Tower One (0917 506 2494 • 802 3141); SALADSTOP! One Palanca (0917 675 2745 • 808 7566 • 808 7569); SALADSTOP! Burgos Circle (0917 320 9154 • 805 0937 • 805 0939); SALADSTOP! Power Plant Mall (0917 523 2887 • 833 4753 • 833 4754); SALADSTOP! Central Square(0917 804 6921 • 958 5534); SALADSTOP! Salcedo Village(0917 639 3280 • 884 8862); SALADSTOP! Glorietta 2 (0917 820 5307 • 807 1479 • 807 1481)
Specialty Food Retailers, Inc. (SFRI) is the official franchise holder of SaladStop! In the Philippines. SFRI is a member of SSI Group, Inc. SaladStop! is located at Central Square, Power Plant Mall, OPL Building in Legaspi Village, Greenhills, Glorietta 2, The Mezzanine at Ayala Tower One, Burgos Circle, Alabang Town Center, and Makati Executive Bldg. in Salcedo Village.
I went to @baskinrobbinsph Glorietta 5 across @rustansph to get an ice cream cake for #ChefJavs
Ice cream cake is our favorite bday cake nowadays because t’s guaranteed to be eaten by everyone and it’s yummy Don’t forget to use your #H1?Hcard when you go to Baskin Robbins for a free scoop #h2hbdaycakes #h2hicecream #BaskinRobbinsPh You have many more choices for birthday cakes but you need to order in advance.
I’m so happy I found someone – beautiful Sandra Laurel – who loves S’well as much as I do. We both have several.
I have 3 – one for each drink – water, fresh buko juice and turmeric drink for me. It keeps it cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours! I wanted to buy the heart one like Sandra but it was sold out already in Rustan’s @rustansph I’m looking out for my next purchase with a heart #RustansPh #H2HRustans #H2HHeartedThings
Thank you Dedet @pepitaskitchenph for sharing this discovery. I checked their instagram and everything looks good! Joconde is owned by siblings Dennis and Yvette Hipolito. Dennis is a good friend of Dedet who was formerly a dentist but pursued his dream and went to CIA NYC and he was entrusted to take over the cooking classes of Maur Lichauco. Yvette also took culinary in CCA. I hope to meet them one day. #jocondecakesandpastries #h2hdessertfinds This is the top of the yummy melt in your mouth Dayap Taisan cake from @jocondecakes