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Kim Atienza continues to promote Sante Barley

TV Weatherman and Triving King Kuya Kim Atienza renew his endorsement ties with Santé Barley, a provider of premier organic health and wellness products and services, as its brand ambassador during a contract signing at Santé Headquarters, Eton Cyberpod Corinthian in Quezon City last March 4, 2019.
During its signing ceremony, Atienza reiterate that he is the best person to endorse Sante Barley since he undergo health issues before, he got ill, got hospitalized and good thing he get better, that why he believe in doing preventive measures in to keep away in any sickness, and by using Sante Barley products is achieving that goal in living healthy.

 “Bago ka pa magkasakit, pigilin mon a, dahil kung may sakit ka na kahit anung inumin mong gamot pag malalalim na cancer mo, malalim na. This product of ours is maganda sobra,  sobrang daming benipisyo, kita nyo naman high quality etu sa merkado, galling etu ng New Zealand at certified pa.” Atienza said.

Kuya Kim started endorsing grass since 2011, it is also the same year he try triathlon event, the people behind Sante are closes to his heart, and they are all together in achieving a career in Triathlon.

Sante CEO Joey Marcelo said that many people are asking him why he continue manufacturing his products, his only reason, he is preparing for this 100th birthday celebration, and achieving that is taking every day Sante Barley products, because its certified organic by BioGro, the largest and best-known certifier for organic produce and products in New Zealand.
Being a certified-BioGro producer means that Santé carries the BioGro logo on their products, ensuring its customers that the organic produce they buy is genuine. It also guarantees that a product is made without animal testing, genetic modification, and the routine use of synthetic pesticides—a true mark of a genuine organic product.
About Santé
Founded in 2007, Santé promotes, produces and distributes premier natural health and wellness products; as well as services, designed to help people live better lives. With Santé Barley as its flagship brand, Santé has dominated the local market with its certified* organic barley grass – grown and harvested in New Zealand. (More recently, Santé has become the Philippines’ first company to be certified organic by BioGro). With the proven health benefits of Santé Barley, Santé has developed a comprehensive selection of everyday barley-based products. Today, Santé has expanded its offerings to include a fitness and rehabilitation center with its Santé Fitness Lab; and an array of natural products that are true to the company's thrust in promoting a healthy lifestyle. Headquartered in the Philippines, Santé has offices worldwide such as New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE, Qatar, Nigeria, and Cyprus.

*Certified organic by BioGro, New Zealand’s largest and best-known certifier for organic produce and products.

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