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25th February 2024

The Farm at San Benito’s Alive restaurant earns Halal Certification

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The Farm at San Benito proudly shares the news of Halal certification bestowed upon its renowned ALIVE! vegan restaurant.

Situated in the picturesque Lipa, Batangas, The Farm has long been esteemed for its eco-luxury holistic medical wellness offerings. The Halal certification for the multi-awarded vegan restaurant underscores the resort’s dedication to embracing diverse dietary needs, welcoming the Muslim community with open arms.

ALIVE! has gained acclaim for its delicious plant-based offerings, catering to health-conscious patrons seeking vegan dining. With its newly acquired Halal certification, The Farm opens its doors to the Muslim community, ensuring compliance with Islamic dietary guidelines and enhancing confidence in the culinary journey.

More than a sanctuary, The Farm is dedicated to providing a holistic environment where guests find rejuvenation not only for their bodies but also for their spirits and cultural sensitivities. The Halal certification for ALIVE! signifies a leap toward creating an environment where every guest, regardless of dietary preferences or cultural background, embarks on a transformative wellness journey.

The Farm at San Benito invites you to embark on a journey where well-being meets gastronomic indulgence, promising an experience that transcends the ordinary.

“Having The Farm at San Benito as one of Department of Tourism’s partners in Halal and Muslim-friendly Tourism spells great news for the entire industry. The Farm offers a holistic wellness experience that is a reflection of our unique and vibrant national identity, and their efforts in keeping our Muslim brothers and sisters as top of mind is definitely commendable. We are hoping for more valuable partnerships, and for The Farm to be one of the flagbearers of the Filipino brand of Halal and Muslim-friendly Wellness Tourism,” said DOT Undersecretary Myra Paz Valderossa-Abubakar.

The Farm boasts of two additional in-house wellness restaurants that features the distinctive flavors of wellness cuisine: “PRANA,” derived from the Sanskrit word for breath, life-force, or vital energy. Influenced by the timeless principles of Ayurveda, presenting Indian vegetarian dishes brimming with vital life energy. On the other hand, “PESCE” stands as The Farm’s pescetarian restaurant, placing a strong emphasis on health and the promotion of longevity, drawing inspiration from the Mediterranean Blue Zone® diet. Its menu showcases organic living foods, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and fish as a protein source, crafting a comprehensive and well-balanced dining experience that aligns with the principles of well-being and vitality.


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