LOOK: Goodday for Tokyo-bound PH Athletes

Vaccinated and ready to represent the country, the Philippine Women’s Volleyball team is one of the athletic teams bound for the Tokyo Olympics slated for July this 2021. As a show of support, PH-based Japanese firm Asahi Beverages Philippines sent well wishes by providing Goodday Cultured Milk to our women athletes to help improve their intestinal health, natural resistance, and complement the immunity boost acquired from the vaccines. 

Along with the women’s volleyball team, the Philippines’ Long Jump Queen, Elma Muros-Posadas, and national athlete Grace Lobrenes from the Wrestling Team were also given Goodday products as part of Asahi Beverages’ efforts to support the country’s vaccination efforts and strengthen national athletes’ resolve along with their immunity.


Goodday Cultured Milk contains a specially formulated strain of Paraprobiotics (Lactobacillus Paracasei MCC1849), which was developed by dairy conglomerate, Morinaga Milk Japan. The product has been carefully made to suit the taste preference of Filipinos. It has three variants—Original, Mango, and Strawberry—and is available in 80ml and 350ml bottles at your nearest convenience store and leading supermarkets nationwide. 


Asahi Beverages Philippines, the local subsidiary of Asahi Holdings Southeast Asia (AHSEA), aims to launch innovative products in the Philippine beverage market. By marrying the needs of Filipino consumers and the breadth of Asahi’s globally recognized products, Asahi aims to bring world-class beverage that will not only excite every Filipino, every day, but also cater to the rising demand of healthy beverages in the wake of the pandemic.

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