October 09, 2017

Rustan’s Supermarket’s Goodness Gang Body Squad

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  • Eating fruits and vegetables should be introduced even at an early age but not all children would dare trying these kinds of foods. Because of this problem, Rustan’s Supermarket is currently on a mission to promote healthy eating among children as it welcomes the return of the Goodness Gang in this year’s Body Squad Edition.

    /IMAGE Patches of life by Jessa

     Eight adorable fruit or vegetable plush toys can be redeemed through collecting stickers every time you shop at Rustan’s Supermarket and purchase sponsor products. Plush toys that can be purchased include Wally the watermelon, Chloe the cauliflower, Cedricthe celery, Paulie the pumpkin, Patricia the plum, Pio the pineapple, Ringo the radish, and Lizzie the lemon.

    /IMAGE Nine Vs Food

    Customers can earn 1 sticker for every Php 300 worth of groceries spent, while an extra sticker is earned when Php100 worth of items purchased are sponsor products. You can get a Body Squad plush toy for FREE with 50 stickers earned or avail each, priced at Php 399, when you have only earned 25 stickers. Upon completion, customers can now get their hands on the Goodness Gang Body Squad.

    /IMAGE Cheffy Mitch Yu

    Hurry and bring home a new friend for this promo will only run from September 1, 2017 to November 30, 2017 at all Rustan’s Supermarket nationwide!

    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Image Source: Patches of life by Jessa, Nine vs. Food, Cheffy Mitch Yu

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