The pack that grows back


Behind every Tetra Pak carton package is an attempt to be kind to the environment. The company has been providing safe food and beverage packaging solutions to the top Food and Beverage companies globally for 60 years.


Tetra Pak packages are made up of fully recyclable materials that came from responsibly managed forests, making its production highly sustainable

Today, the Tetra Pak cartons are made of renewable materials since it is primarily made of paper, which come from wood, a renewable material. Continuous innovations and development work are being done by the company to ensure that packaging solutions are made to support environmental sustainability.

In line with its commitment to help contribute to a sustainable future, Tetra Pak globally also provides its customers with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Certified packaging materials. It also launched “The Pack that Grows Back” campaign that informs consumers on Tetra Pak’s full commitment to using renewable materials like FSC certified paperboard.

Be a tree steward
Citi Philippines and Maynilad recently kicked off a program that enjoins their customers to be stewards of the environment by planting trees under the “Be a Tree Steward” program. Under the promotion, a tree will be planted for every Citi cardholder who enrolls his Maynilad bill with Citibank One Bill, a feature that lets Citi credit cardholders settle their bills and donate to charitable institutions by automatically charging all their bills and donations to their Citibank credit card.


Maynilad marketing services head Vida Maya Ko

The launch ceremonies were held at the La Mesa Ecopark, and were led by Citi CEO for the Philippines Batara Sianturi and Maynilad’s Corporate Quality, Environment, Safety and Health Senior Vice President Francisco Arellano.

To join the “Be a Tree Steward” promotion, just enroll your Maynilad bill under Citibank One Bill until October 31. Call the 24-hour CitiPhone Hotline at 995-9999 or log in to your Citibank Online account at


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