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Ayam Tuna Reaches Out To The Underprivileged

As part of its ‘Tasty Fish, Healthy Diet’ Community Care Campaign, Ayam Brand is donating its seafood products to underprivileged groups across four charity homes. The company wishes to share the goodness of fish with the community. 

The scheme sees the leading Malaysian tuna brand gifting enough of their canned fish products for daily consumption -for two months- across the homes in Sharawak. The brand has a range of canned fish which includes nine different types of canned tuna.

The aim of the campaign is to encourage people to adopt a healthier diet into their lifestyle by eating more fish. Ayam Brand representative, Stanley Wang, said: “Fish has many nutritional benefits as it is high in protein, calcium and omega-3. It is recommended by health authorities that we consume fish as part of our diet two to three times a week.”

Ayam Brand began the campaign in 2008 in a sustained commitment to help underprivileged children, the elderly and the disabled. The Community Care Campaign will contribute to 45 charity homes across 10 regions of Malaysia, which will mean providing its products to more than 2,200 people.

The donations will allow the homes to spend funds on other necessities.