Many Hands!

Thanks to our awesome industrial engineer volunteer, Angelique, we have improved our operations 500%!!

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Quality control

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So as the shipments come in, we do quality control (see above) and portion the veg according to the recommended quantities.

They are then packed in an assembly line process, heaviest first and leafies last. Except for the salad packs which are handled right before delivery to limit wilting.

Here’s a closeup of the veg in these beautiful reusable woven pandan boxes:

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Juicing pack: sending health and life and peace

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Leafy layer of bayong pambahay

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Piled and clustered according to transport route.

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Quality of life

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Delivered by our logistics partners.

To get it to you 🙂

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