Sustainable Alternative Kitchen Products from Ajinomoto Philippines

I like how these gifts from Ajinomoto are not only sustainable but also support local social enterprises. I recently received some sustainable alternative products that are useful in the kitchen and I absolutely loved them. This collection of products hailing from different social enterprises was curated by Collabox, a platform to connect and promote sustainable brands.

Both of the two different sizes of beautiful bamboo glass jars had their lids engraved with Ajinomoto's logo. The bamboo glass jars themselves are from Eco Shop PH while the engraving was done by crafters of BalaiKamay in Marikina.

Embroidered with Ajinomoto's logo, the pretty white hand towels are from WVN Home Textiles, a women-owned enterprise, and they were crafted by women weavers of Bangar, La Union.

Last but not least, a set of reusable bags from HABI Lifestyle are handcrafted from upcycled materials by women in Payatas. These reusable bags are perfect for when shopping for fruits, vegetables, and other dry pantry goods. They're also machine washable which makes them easier to clean.

Read about Ajinomoto's efforts in promoting global sustainability.

I'm not sure if my daughter was just curious, but she seemed to really love the jars and the bags. Thank you, Ajinomoto for these wonderful sustainable gifts.

Watch me unbox the sustainable kitchen products.