Make every day a 'Goodday' to move forward


Posted at Jun 12 2021 10:30 AM | Updated as of Jun 16 2021 09:46 AM

While a viral infection is still going around in the country, LGUs around the Philippines are doing their best to impart to Filipinos the importance of getting vaccinated. As the country celebrates its 123rd Independence today, June 12, it continues to move forward as a nation, remembering and invoking the power of Bayanihan to rise above every challenge. 

Just in time for this special commemoration, Asahi Beverages Philippines (ABP) partners with Shell to help Filipinos try a healthy, heat-treated cultured milk drink with Lactobacillus. Knowing that Filipinos will need to improve their immunity in any way that they can, Shell is offering a free bottle of Goodday Cultured Milk with every P1,000 single purchase of any fuels.

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Photo source: Goodday

ABP became one of the game changers when it introduced Goodday Cultured Milk to the Philippine beverage market. It saw the needs of the Filipino consumers, bringing about a world-class beverage that will not only excite every Filipino, but also cater to the rising demand of healthy beverages especially during this time where it is important for everyone to keep safe and healthy at all times. 

Through this promo, both companies hope to continue supporting the Filipino people's resiliency and pushing the nation forward, armed with strong immunity and good health. The colors that constitute the Philippine flag, first raised 123 years ago, is represented by ABP's thorough understanding of the Filipino's preferred taste profile as it offers three delicious flavors: Original, Mango, and Strawberry.

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Get a free Goodday cultured milk drink as you fuel up your vehicle in any participating Shell sites. Promo runs from June 7 to 20, 2021. Photo source: Goodday

Goodday Cultured Milk is a drink that contains a specially formulated strain of Paraprobiotics in every bottle. A proud development of Japanese technology in partnership with dairy conglomerate Morinaga Milk Japan, Lactobacillus Paracasei MCC1849 is a special strain that can help improve intestinal health and natural resistance, something relevant to every Filipino during this time.

That is because, apart from getting enough exercise and sleep every day, eating nutritious meals is also a good way to strengthen your immune system as a huge portion of it is housed in your gastrointestinal tract. 

This can be done by being mindful of the food and drinks you consume and having a diet high in fruits and vegetables.

Some studies have also found that consuming food or drink with good bacteria such as paraprobiotics can also be helpful in maintaining gut health, much like the ones found in Goodday Cultured Milk.

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Goodday Cultured Milk drink is made with paraprobiotics called Lactobacillus Paracasei MCC1849. It is a specially developed strain using Japanese technology that when paired with proper diet and exercise can help improve intestinal health. Photo source: Goodday Facebook page

Recognizing that a healthy gut can boost one's natural resistance, Goodday offers another way to take care of it with a refreshing cultured milk drink that can help improve your digestive health, carefully formulated to suit the Filipino palate.

Together with proper diet and exercise, anyone can continue moving forward and having a good day despite the gloomy weather.

Visit participating Shell sites from June 7 to 20, 2021 and get a free Goodday Cultured Milk with every P1,000 single purchase of fuel.

Goodday comes in three flavors specifically designed to appeal to Filipino taste preference—Original, Mango, and Strawberry. It is available in 80ml and 350ml bottles at convenience stores and leading supermarkets nationwide. It can also be ordered online through LazMart and S-Mart by Shopee.

To know more about Goodday Cultured Milk drink, visit its website or Facebook page.

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