World Executive Digest | How Using Sweet And Fit Stevia Can Help Your Small Food Business Grow | We live in an unprecedented age where all we know about business is either being challenge or becoming obsolete. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting quarantine has meant that businesses have had to shift the way they do business in order to cater to the stringencies of maintaining public health safety.
A transition to relying on delivery services and online presence has become essential for traditional brick and mortar shops that want to stay afloat. Retail shops and restaurants that rely solely on physical retail stores and dine-in branches will find it difficult to impossible to stay in business. That is the sad reality of the situation. Customers are afraid to venture out of their homes due to the risk of contracting the disease, so there has been an upward trend in online transactions and delivery.
However, all businesses are getting the same idea. The end of this pandemic is nowhere in sight, so businesses understand that they need to make changes and they need to make changes now. This means that everyone is going online or creating an e-commerce branch that will help them reach their customers in the midst of quarantine. Though this is good for consumers, this is bad news for businesses that were ahead of the curve since more and more competition are entering the space.
In order to attract customers, it is important that small businesses find a way to stand out from the crowd. Good products are important, but being able to market yourself in a way that makes you unique in terms of your brand image and what you can offer customers can give you an extra edge in the highly competitive market.
Sweet and Fit Stevia
In 2009, Glorious Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) the Philippines introduced Sweet and Fit Stevia, the first and best-tasting stevia in the market. Stevia is a sugar substitute that has no calories, no cholesterol, and no glycemic index, making it ideal for weight watchers and diabetics. So how can this product help your small food business? The answer is two-fold.
First, Sweet and Fit Stevia can help you stand out as being the healthiest option on the market. Sweet and Fit Stevia has been developed to remove the downsides found in other stevia products such as a bitter aftertaste, meaning that it can be seamlessly integrated to your existing recipes. By using Sweet and Fit Stevia, you can market your products as being sugar-free but just as great tasting, attracting customers who are looking to maintain their healthy lifestyle.
Second, supporting Sweet and Fit means supporting advocacy. The stevia in Sweet and Fit is grown and harvested locally on a farm in Bulacan. Local workers and farmers depend on Sweet and Fit for their livelihood. By buying Sweet and Fit, customers can directly contribute to helping the lives of Filipino workers.
Sweet and Fit stevia can be bought standalone as a sweetener and can be used for beverages and baking applications. It is also used as an ingredient in Glorious Blend Coffee Mixes, Tea, and Chocolate. There are different options and packaging sizes that can cater to your specific business needs, so it is well worth considering Sweet and Fit for your business.
Where can I buy Sweet and Fit Stevia in the Philippines?
Sweet and Fit Stevia is manufactured by Glorious Industrial and Development Corporation. Sweet and Fit Stevia products can be purchased at your local Mercury Drug Store, Generika, South Star Drug, and other leading drugstores. It can also be bought at Robinsons Supermarket, Waltermart, Ever Gotesco, Landmark, and other supermarkets nationwide.
For those looking to shop online, Sweet and Fit Stevia is also available on the official GIDC website and on popular online marketplaces.
Glorious Industrial and Development Corporation
72 Nuestra Señora St. 6th Ave.
1400 Metro Manila