Bambu Organic Farm
Bambu Organic Farm produces probiotic chicken like no other. Meaty with a clean flavor totally free of gaminess, gilded with good healthy fat which heals “leaky gut”.
Probiotic Chicken are free range raised entirely on fermented feed with no hormones, no antibiotics, no commercial feeds.
This is Carmelita Bersalona’s farming venture in Bangued, Abra which serves as a model poultry operation enhanced with her own technology utilizing bamboo leaves to strengthen the gut of range chicken.
As FEELWELL’S Partner Supplier, Bambu Organic Farm serves as the source of ‘probiotic’ chicken, free range organic eggs, organic cane sugar and naturally farmed carabao mangoes.
"We are a young and dynamic company dedicated to the food service industry by offering products which are genuine to the original taste and benefits. We do not believe in heavy processing lines which destroy the color, taste & most importantly health benefits of the fruit.
In an industry which is governed by practicality and saving time, our mission is to offer our bakers, pastry chefs, restaurateurs and industrialists practical frozen fruit products which are as close to their natural form as possible. This means never using any artificial additives, coloring or flavors in our products.
In addition to this mission, we are also greatly concerned about fair-trade and supporting small local farmers. With our support we can help build communities and empower them with the financial aid and love that they desperately need.
"We work hard so that our vision and actions as a team will impact the food industry and farming sector for generations to come."
Jean W. Philippe - Director of Solfruits Inc.
Sunrise Dairy Farm
Sunrise Dairy Farm supplies the chief ingredient to the Feelwell Yogurt Line. The best milk comes from contented buffalo. This is what Sunrise Dairy Farm excels in: raising best of breed buffalo, free to roam on grassy pasture land, further nurtured with protein from legumes.
We know our farmers. Feel Well develops collaborative relationships with buffalo livestock family farms in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija. These farmers live in close proximity to, and benefit from the technical support of the Philippine Carabao Center (PCC), and the leadership of fellow livestock farmer, Melchor Correa. Melchor’s dream is to share his positive experience from livestock farming with other farmers to improve their income. Having chaired the Eastern Primary Multipurpose Cooperative (EPMC), Correa is looked up to by the dairy buffalo farmers in the area as a model of a successful dairy-based entrepreneur. From when he started in 2007 under the direction of the Philippine Carabao Center in San Jose, Nueva Ecija, Correa and his wife Cynthia now have around 50 riverine type Murrah buffalos from Brazil on their Sunrise Dairy Farm. The herd is cared for and fed organic grasses and legumes, grazing peacefully on Melchor's farm. Happy well-fed buffalos produce the rich milk Feel Well processes for you.
Our Lab Kitchen
Synbiotic Food Corporation
Synbiotic Food Corporation in Guiguinto, Bulacan functions as FEELWELL’S Lab Kitchen and Production Hub
Purita Salas – Creative Writer
Purita lives a double life as freelance writer and management consultant with a background in economics, management, and food processing. Her maternal grandmother, Purification P. de Torres, a pre-war food processor and exporter, received personal training from Maria Y. Orosa, the country’s pioneer food technologist. Those principles of food processing were passed on from grandmother Purificacion to daughter Ursula T. Calasanz and granddaughter Purita.
Reflecting her personal interest in science and food microbiology, she is a former member of the Philippine Society for Microbiology which she joined in the 1990s.
Robby V. Singh – Visual Designer
Robby specializes in murals, pet portraits and illustrations. His creativity was apparent even as a child, as he would rummage through his Mother’s junk to discover interesting items that he could transform into art.
He holds a degree in Fine Arts, major in advertising from the University of Santo Tomas, which he parlayed into a career of Art in Business (corporate and private commission) Art in Education, and Art for Therapy. While living in Vietnam in 2007, his father commissioned him to paint a mural; this began a whole new passion for Robby, and a realization that he wanted this to be his life’s work. He has countless murals both in private homes and public spaces.
His exposure to Creative Kids Studio, an art studio for kids, opened Robby’s eyes and heart to a vocation for teaching art to children. This has become the main source and inspiration of Robby’s art. His love for kids is reflected in his use of bright, happy colors and playful themes. Robby also volunteers his time to outreach workshops for children needing special attention, such as cancer patients, orphans and abused kids.