Giving gifts with recipients in mind


    THIS Yuletide season, the all-natural and organic products retailer Healthy Options presents its “Joy to the World” Christmas campaign which aims to deliver a stress-free way of finding the right gifts amid the hustle and bustle of the holidays.

    From the delectable food, to the festive carols and décor, to the heartfelt gift-giving, Christmas would not be complete without the radiating happiness everyone shares with loved ones and strangers alike.

    Pamela So-Suarez, Healthy Options brand marketing director, said by specializing in premium and natural food and health products, Healthy Options encourages customers to improve and feel better about their overall wellbeing.

    Customers can choose from its Christmas gift sets which include the Wholesome Grocery Gift Sets that are perfectly curated to bring health and happiness from the moment each box is opened until the last of its contents have been savored.

    Packaged in a charming locally crafted wicker basket, The Christmas Feast hamper, priced at P7,495, has the most sumptuous assortment of premium ingredients and health comfort food that will surely spark joy in anyone’s heart.

    “With this exclusive hamper, a shopper can give this to someone who has everything, someone one wants to impress, someone who loves to cook as the ingredients she needs for a healthy Christmas feast are all prepared,” Suarez said, noting that the hamper, which sells out really fast, only has 100 pieces available.

    The Gluten-Free gift box, priced at P3,995, has an extravagant selection of gluten-free goodies to satisfy one’s hankering for crunchy and savory treats this holiday season.

    The Heart Smart gift box, priced at P2,995, is bursting with snacks that are not only scrumptious but also low in sodium and sugar to keep the heart healthy.

    “We always think of the gift recipients in mind as well as kept our prices very reasonable as giving something healthy shouldn’t be expensive,” Suarez said. The Heart Smart gift box is perfect for weight watchers, diabetics, and hypertensive.

    Filled to the brim with deliciously energizing and protein-packed selections no one can resist, The Merrymaker’s gift box, priced at P2,995, brings merriment with an abundance of healthy options.

    Natural Gift Sets add a luxurious touch to any beauty routine without harming the planet. In this set, The Joy of Travel has Derma-E Travel Kit (P595) and Derma-E Radiant Set (P595), while the Gifts From Nature has The Energizing Gift Set (P849), The Invigorating Gift Set (P849), and The Relaxing Gift Set (P1,250).

    As for Create Your Own Gift Sets, customers can amplify the spirit of Christmas and add their personal touch to the gift by choosing from the store’s finest selection of healthy and festive finds – all-natural sparkling grape juices, organic wines, teas and biscuits, chocolates and candies, Christmas crunchies, juices and granola, nuts and trail mixes, chips and salsa, popcorn and puffs, pasta and sauces, Christmas glam, and the bath and body.

    They can also choose from the following gift packaging options: small (P500 gift value), medium (P1,000 gift value), large (P1,500 gift value), wine bag, and gift box (P5,000 gift value).

    There is always enough joy to go around this Christmas and gift cards are perfect for those who love the gift of choice. Healthy Options gift cards are available in denominations of P500 and P1,000 and are redeemable in all stores nationwide.

    When the company was just starting, Suarez said it used to have young customers who would come to the store to buy something for their moms, as they identify it as a store for adults.

    “But now, it is the young ones who come in with their parents,” she pointed out, noting they would even ask their parents to take some of the products.

    “It is a shift in the market. Even young moms are very conscious about what their children would eat,” she added. “Here in the Philippines and even in Asia, it is only our store that has the curated collections.”

    “The moment they step in here, they don’t have to read the labels because the store has done it for them nor think anymore whether the products are good for them or not,” Suarez said.