1) No Calorie and No Sugar
2) One Drop and Sweet Enough
3) Tastes Like Sugar
4) Free of Dextrose & Maltodextrin
5) Hot and Cool Foods & Drinks
6) Made in USA
7) Compliance with FDA Requirements
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
"Made in America" has been always the talk every time I send gifts to the Philippines. Ever since I came here in USA, my folks back home were anticipating to receive something made in America. Receiving goods from here makes them so happy and proud but it doesn't mean that they don't love stuff made in Philippines. Something from the USA is worthwhile even if the product is originally made in other countries like China. They just love anything as long as it is given and sent from the United States of America. But I am trying my best as the sender to pack products made from here. Recently, I have been looking for clothes and apparel made here and I came across of Ramblers Way Farm.
Ramblers Way Farm is an American business which sources, grows, and produces fine woolen apparel using 100% domestic resources. They have brought manufacturing facilities into distressed small towns and are helping to revitalize the communities. Our town here needs a company like them. The economy has been tough and few of the big stores here in Bakersfield has been shut down. I heard that the Ramblers Way Corporate Office is a fully refurbished building that was originally built in 1792 and is located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine. That's too far from here. The building has been restored to its original condition, while being modernized to meet today's environmental standards. They have even achieved the coveted Gold Lead Certification level. How cool it is to send products to Philippines which are produced by them. These are surely made in America!
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.
Our economy nowadays is really not good compared to before. No wonder that people are struggling in order to survive. Because of this, our lifestyle has changed and we became more practical. Though some people stick to their lifestyle, but most are trying their best to change for the betterment. I am one of them. Hubby and I am trying my best not to spend much in order to save. So we shop and spend less. How? We choose the generic stuff and the ones on sale.
According to the article that I have read, there are 10 Products to Always Buy Generic. One is the over-the-counter medication which I always buy. When I was pregnant, I preferred the Rite-Aid brand prenatal vitamins since it was cheaper and there were more tablets in one bottle for the price. The rest of the generic products are cereal, pantry staples, soda, gasoline, electronic cables, make-up and other beauty products, batteries, salad mix and produce and store brand formula which I tried to buy for my baby. Instead of buying the expensive milk formula for my baby, we chose to buy the store brand formula and that made us save. I breastfed my baby but also supplemented him with formula milk. Thanks to the store brand formula, we made it through and eventually passed the challenges that came with the bad economy.
These generic products are as effective as the brand-name ones but affordable. Though the packaging is different, the content is similar. So why not try buying the generic products? This way, we can save and enjoy similar kind of stuff of that brand-name products.