In August 2019, NutriAsia opened a Bring-Your-Own-Bote pop-up station in Bonifacio Global City where buyers could bring reusable bottles to get refills of cooking essentials like condiments, cooking oil, vinegar, soy sauce, and more. The service is a great way to save money on common household purchases while also helping the environment by not having to dispose of old plastic and glass bottles. If you tried the service when it first opened in 2019 or you had been hoping to find ways to make your home more eco-friendly, you’ll be happy to know that NutriAsia‘s Bring-Your-Own-Bote Station is up and running once again! This time, the service comes with some adjustments to facilitate disinfection and social distancing protocols.
Here’s how it works: Before heading to the refilling station at the Mind Museum in Bonifacio Global City, you need to fill out an order form and waiver, which you can access online. You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail after completing the forms, which you need to present once you arrive at the store. From there, you can present your reusable bottles to the workers stationed at the store who will then sterilize your bottles, refill them with the products you need, and weigh them to compute for the cost. After weighing, you can pay for your purchases online via GCash or BPI. That way, you can get your cooking essentials right away without having to linger in the store. Be sure to disinfect your purchases and yourself as soon as you get home!
Here’s a peek at the Bring-Your-Own-Bote station:
NutriAsia’s Bring-Your-Own-Bote refilling station is located at The Mind Museum, JY Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City.
Be sure to wear a mask and face shield when you visit the store. Practice proper health and social distancing protocols while you’re there. Once you arrive home, disinfect your purchases and yourself right away.
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