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Buy A Pink-Branded Rami Sami Egg Pack To Support The Cause

Ram Sami & Sons (Fiji) Pte Ltd has yet again showed its com­mitment towards the Pinkto­ber and Movember campaigns this year. This time with the innovative, pink-branded egg pack.
01 Oct 2022 17:00
Buy A Pink-Branded Rami Sami Egg Pack To Support The Cause
From left: Fiji Cancer Society staff members Anthea Sami, Grace Tuvakasiga, chief executive officer Belinda Chen, Ram Sami & Sons (Fiji) director Prashneel Goundar, National Sales manager Avinesh Gopal and Business Development manager, Ram Sami & Sons Abdul Shameer during the launch on September 30, 2022. Photo: Cindy Chand

Ram Sami & Sons (Fiji) Pte Ltd has yet again showed its com­mitment towards the Pinkto­ber and Movember campaigns this year.

This time with the innovative, pink-branded egg pack.

For the sale of every pack, consum­ers would be contributing towards Fiji Cancer Society’s Pinktober and Movember campaigns.

This was announced during the partnership campaign launched by Rami Sami & Sons and Fiji Cancer Society on Friday.

The specially-branded packs are now available in the market.

At the company’s Wallson factory, the director, Prashneel Goundar, said it was a great honour to be part of such a noble campaign.

He acknowledged Fiji Cancer So­ciety for the tremendous job to sup­port the community.

 

Ram Sami Group marked October and November as one of the impor­tant months to contribute towards its corporate social responsibility programme.

“We have been partnering with as­sociate stakeholders previously in this noble campaign and will con­tinue to do the same,” he said.

“The pack has been redesigned with pink background.

“I urge the nation to be part of this campaign and let’s make a differ­ence in someone’s life Fiji.”

Fiji Cancer Society chief executive officer, Belinda Chen, said they are humbled by the support.

“At Fiji Cancer Society we work to raise awareness, improve cancer prevention, provide support to can­cer patients and provide an active survivorship,” she said.

Of the 1294 cancer patients re­corded by the society from 2018 to date, breast cancer was seen as still the leading number of cancer type of 434 cases with 71 registered this year.

Story By: cindy.chand@fijisun.com.fj



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