Ato Belen’s Farm supports the Go Pink! San Pablo campaign.

According to data released by the Epidemiology Center of the Department of Health in 2009, San Pablo City ranked 3rd in the highest incidence of breast cancer in the Philippines.

It is because of discoveries like this that Team Lunar Lunas, a group of students and teachers came together to help communities find solutions to problems and needs by bringing about changes in mindset and behavior amongst citizens. We at Ato Belen’s Farm believe in the importance of information and guidance and so we are up in arms in support of this worthwhile endeavor.

On March 22, 2014, Go Pink! San Pablo will run the Eat & Be Fit event at the Doña Leonila Park, near Sampaloc Lake. Eat & Be Fit is a two-part event – a healthy food fair and fitness program. It is vital for everyone to look after what they eat and to stay fit to be able to beat breast cancer. Eat & Be Fit will open at 9am and will run until 6pm.

Ato Belen’s Farm, in partnership with like-minded producers in San Pablo City, will be showcasing organic fruits and vegetables, organic rice and farm-fresh natural eggs, jams, herbs and spices, home gardening materials, personal care products made from natural ingredients, hormone and antibiotic-free poultry meat, and other stuff.

This might also be the day we announce the Gourmet and Specialty Food Store, a one-stop food shop that we are set to open soon in San Pablo City. The food shop you can trust.

See you there! ■

GO PINK! San Pablo Website
GO PINK! San Pablo Facebook Page


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