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Two Barbadian entrepreneurs, Angelina Sinckler of Angelina Affiliate and Bryan Cummings, owner of In Phi HD, are partnering to ensure that this Mothers’
Day Barbadian mothers can have a crate of fresh produce at their door in their latest Mothers’ Day Promotion.
Sinckler said that the beauty of Mothers’ Day is that the act of giving was not limited to just your own mother but any other woman you know and love like a sister, aunt, niece, or grandmother.
The collaboration is intended to showcase the local business owners involved while subtly promoting health, wellness and proper nutrition.
Cummings said he decided to collaborate with Angelina Affiliate on Mothers’ Day as he aims to integrate contractors into his permaculture projects.
“I figured that Mothers’ Day would be a great place to start our collaboration as partnerships are at the forefront of this vision, as we aim to functionally integrate agripreneurs, freelancers and independent contractors into permaculture projects, thereby actively strengthening our local agricultural community,” Cummings said.
To this end the businesses owners have jointly decided to have a promotion where the winner receives locally grown Barbadian produce. Cummings said he decided to have this promotion with Angelina Affiliate in order to ensure mothers have access to fresh food as that was something his business prided itself on.
“My passion was built from my own desire to have access to fresh, healthy, and nutrient rich food, that I could afford on a limited budget. The journey to that goal led me to permaculture and starting my own food garden.
“There are two things required for healthy personal development which are information and access – it is one thing to have information, but it is another to have access and the means to utilise the information.
“Fresh food that is locally grown or farm to table must be accessible as well as affordable and once it is then it achieves the goal towards promoting healthier eating habits. Healthy habits start with the slightest shift in lifestyle, reconnecting with our food, the land, and the soil. Food connects us and having access to healthy food will foster healthier connections,” he said.
Sinckler echoed Cummings’ sentiments as she believes that persons should be able to access fresh and nutritious food, to this end they are having their promotion from April 28th- May 4th 2022 where she will be giving away two free fruit and vegetable crates to two lucky winners. Of great significance, though, is the message about proper eating that they want to convey and sensitise Barbadians on the link between their diet and non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
“I believe persons should nourish their body. Fresh is always better. Today we have become accustomed to package foods that have been frozen or canned for months.
“To this end I have teamed up with In Phi HD to offer this social media promotion where two lucky persons would receive $50 value of produce in their crate. The crates will contain a variety of local fruit and vegetables,” she said.
Mothers’ Day is Sunday, May 8.
To enter the social media promotion interested persons must like the giveaway post on In Phi HD, tag two persons in the comments, share the post to their story and follow @lewin2017, @thehomebody246 @inphihd @angelina.affilate and @zencreationsbb on Instagram. The lucky winners will receive their crate on May 6 -7 via delivery or collection.
(Write Right PR Services)
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