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Eden encourages Filipinos to #GiveGoodness this holiday season

Eden Cheese in November successfully launched its Christmas campaign entitled #GiveGoodnessWithEden at One Canvas Events Place in Makati City where it introduced its latest ambassadors, Judy Ann Agoncillo-Santos and Chef JP Anglo.

Eden encourages Filipinos to #GiveGoodness this holiday season
Eden brand ambassadors Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo and Chef JP Anglo preparing favorite holiday dishes made special with Eden cheese.
During the event, the brand ambassadors showed how to spice up favorite Christmas dishes such as carbonara, caldereta, and leche flan through an Eden cooking demo. 

As an iconic brand, which has been a witness to Filipinos’ remarkable spirit, Eden continues its campaign to #GiveGoodness. According to the brand, no matter what the situation is, the Filipino core value of bayanihan always shines through. Bayanihan is shown when we help people we know as well as strangers. 

This Christmas, Eden encourages everyone to start by sharing something good to people around us. With its delicious blend of cheese and milk taste, it can fill any dish with goodness, and there is no better way to enjoy it than by sharing it with others. 

Eden has been part of Filipino families for decades and it aims to inspire the community. Despite the tough times where the cost of living may be on the rise, Eden believes that in the end, the naturally giving spirit of Filipinos or inherent bayanihan will shine.

Eden proudly continues the #GiveGoodness campaign as it symbolizes the brand’s commitment to the collective purpose of paying it forward by giving goodness.

Eden encourages Filipinos to #GiveGoodness this holiday season

To know more, like Eden on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EdenCheesePH and follow @edencheeseph on Twitter and Instagram.

Topics: Eden Cheese , #GiveGoodnessWithEden , Judy Ann Agoncillo-Santos , JP Anglo
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