Saturday, November 10, 2012

Give Health on Christmas Day

UPDATE: To celebrate our 1st Anniversary and the holiday season, here's a 20% off coupon code (HOLIDAY2012) for our Premium Organic Rib Eye, New York Steaks and Ready-to-Eat Roast Beef at www.thefarm.ph

If you're having a hard time thinking of what to give this Christmas, how about some healthy The Farm Organics certified organic grass-fed steaks?



Quite a number of people (aside from me, of course) have already started ordering their Christmas presents from thefarm.ph, and we even wrap it in our special packaging so that it doesn't get to the person receiving the gift, in a plastic bag of raw meat which has come from the supermarket.

Apart from being a unique gift, it's something that people will appreciate since most of the food during the holidays are going to be delicious but unhealthy, so this will be a welcome change.

It is also good to note what A Moveable Feast Philippines founder, Jenny Pascual states, "Think Local. What better way to give gifts this Christmas than from our local food producers? Giving something that's grown by our local farms and created by local food artisans not only lets people discover new things, it also supports the hometown economy."

In case you haven't heard by now, The Farm Organics is the first and only to offer local certified organic beef in the Philippines.

For more gift ideas, please check out our website at thefarm.ph. We also have Beef Jerky (made from certified organic beef), Organic All Beef Burger Patties (the same exact patty which is used to make the Philippines first Grilled Organic Double Quarter Pounder Cheeseburger--a mouthful in many ways (pun intended), and much more...Happy Holidays!



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