Old Navy Philippines recently concluded its month-long campaign with Rise Against Hunger Philippines and donated 1,800 Fortified Meal Packs for the international hunger relief organization’s feeding program.
Specialty Lifestyle Concepts, Inc., a subsidiary of Store Specialists Group, Inc. which exclusively distributes Old Navy in the Philippines, gathered its employees at Bonifacio High Street and packed Fortified Meals enough to feed 22,000 children.
The Rise Against Hunger meal packs are composed of rice, soy, dried vegetables or fruits, flavoring mix, and a vitamin and mineral sachet. Each meal pack contains a sachet of delectable flavoring mix such as chicken arroz caldo, beef congee, fish flakes, champorado (chocolate), and ginataan (coconut milk).
The savory meals contain a dried vegetable mix of squash, alogbate or malabor spinach, camote or sweet potato tops, and or jute leaves. The ginataan pack contains dehydrated fruit mix of orange, sweet potato, banana, and mango. The vitamin and mineral sachets inside the meal packs contain 23 essential vitamins and nutrients that children need such as calcium, B vitamins, vitamin D, vitamin E, and iron.
Funds from the donation came from Old Navy customers who purchased Fortified Meal Packs worth P100 at any of the brand’s stores. In return, customers enjoyed P100 off when they purchase any Old Navy item. Each Fortified Meal pack is enough to feed 12 to 15 children.
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