QUEZON CITY — Since last March, our frontliners all over the country have been working non-stop, helping the country in a time of a pandemic.
The country’s health workers have risked their lives to save many.
“Kasi ito po yung bokasyon na napili namin. Nung nagkaroon nga ng pandemic, mas parang… kahit ayaw mo para sa sarili mo kasi may pamilya ka, kailangan nandiyan pa rin kami para sa mga tao at sa mga kasama mo,” said Lot Carpio of the Quezon City Health Department.
Carpio shared that there are times when they just want to give up and just stay at home. But they could not go against the call of duty.
“Mayroon yung paggising mo, ayaw ko muna gumalaw. Kaso may bokasyon kami. Alam mong kailangan ka nila e,” she continued.
That is why Friday afternoon, Adobo Connection showed to the medical frontliners of Batasan Hills Super Health Center that they are not alone.
Behind the leadership of Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) president Ronald Mascariñas, the chain donated hundreds of packs of Adobo Connection frozen products like beef tapa, pork sisig and, of course, adobo that will last for a month.
“For the past few months, we have seen the plight of our frontliners. They have yet to have days off or time to be with their families. We at Adobo Connection are with them in this battle,” said Mascariñas.
The staff of Batasan Hills Super Health Center expressed gratitude upon receiving the products. At least now, they won’t have to worry about their food supplies running out.
“On behalf of the Quezon City Health Department, maraming maraming salamat po sa Adobo Connection at kay Mister Ronald Mascariñas. Malaking tulong ito lalo na sa mga frontliner,” said Carpio.
Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) is the largest rotisserie chicken company in the Philippines. It is also the second-largest poultry integrator in the country, together with sister company Bounty Fresh Foods, Inc. (BFFI).
BAVI retail brands include Chooks-to-Go, Uling Roasters, Bounty Fresh, and Adobo Connection.