By Mei Kuan
BioFri, a homegrown brand of Perak, presented mock cheques of RM500 each to two local welfare organisations during its pre-Chinese New Year luncheon today at the Fig House of De Garden Mall.
The two recipients were Persatuan Kebajikan Rumah Orang Kurang Upaya in Pasir Putih (a welfare organisation for the differently abled) and Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-anak Yatim Kasih Sayang in Ipoh (a welfare organisation for the orphans).
Attended by 20 invited guests, the intimate and friendly gathering was held in appreciation of the continuous support from the BioFri team, members of the media and more.
Ipoh-born Frida Khong, who is the Founder of BioFri, shared her hopes for the year 2022: “I hope people will know more about our products and start taking it. And I hope for everyone, young and old, to be healthy. There will definitely be more new products coming in and expansion to other states.”
“We are now progressing to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka and Johor Bahru. The response so far has been positive,” Frida explained to Ipoh Echo.
Running on the motto “Health is Wealth”, BioFri is made up of natural ingredients to boost the immune system, detoxify the body, strengthen structures of bones, promote cardiovascular health and restore skin elasticity among others.
Its latest product in the market included BioFri Synbiotic, a supplement for gut health and well being.
In Perak, BioFri’s products can be found at Teras Nadi Medical Supplies along Jalan Kamaruddin Isa and Signature Illumine along Jalan Raja Ekram.
To learn more, visit its website: www.biofri.com