Reuse, Refill and Upcycle with NutriAsia’s B.Y.O.B

NutriAsia, one of the leading producer and distributor of sauce, condiments and cooking oil in the Philippines, recently launched their sustainable environmental advocacy called B.Y.O.B or Bring Your Own Bottle.

B.Y.O.B encourages Filipinos to reuse bottles such as mineral bottles, juice or soft drinks bottles and used NutriAsia bottles by refilling the former with NutriAsia condiments such as Datu Puti Soy Sauce and Vinegar, UFC Banana Catsup and cooking oil, particularly, Golden Fiesta Soya, Corn, Canola and Palm Oil.


1. Check if the bottle is allowed for refilling.

  •        Containers and bottles that are allowed are:

o   Mineral Water Bottle
o   Juice and  soft drinks bottle
o Bottles used as container of same NutriAsia Products

  •         Containers and bottles should be:

o   Clean with lid or cap
o   Dry
o   Safe to be used for food products

2. Register.

3. Refill your desired product. Minimum refill is 200 grams while maximum is 2 KG.


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  •      NutriAsia participating products are:

o   Datu Puti Soy Sauce
o   Datu Puti Vinegar
o   UFC Banana Catsup
o   Golden Fiesta Palm Oil
o   Golden Fiesta Soya Oil
o   Golden Fiesta Canola Oil
o   Golden Fiesta Corn Oil

4. Weigh your bottle and pay.

Aside from reusing bottles, NutriAsia also promote upcycling by persuading Filipinos to donate plastic material such as empty sachets and snack packs, plastic utensils and bottles. These plastic material will be transformed to bags and furniture such as tables, chairs, lamps and even chandelier.

All proceed and donations of NutriAsia’s B.Y.O.B will be given to GAT Andres Bonifacio High School in Taguig City. With this project they are eyeing to provide at least 300 chairs to said school.

NutriAsia set up a pop-up store outside The Mind Museum. The Mind Museum is located at J Y Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. NutriAsia’s pop-up store serves as the refilling station and drop-off point for plastic materials.

The pop-up store itself is eco-friendly. Most of the materials used to build the store is made out of eco-bricks. Eco-bricks are made from mixture of cement and shredded plastic. These bricks came from Arca South Hub, which is a project of Arca South, Green Antz and Ayala Land Inc.

NutriAsia’s B.Y.O.B pop-up store is available from July 30 to September 12, Monday to Sunday, 12NN to 8PM.

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