VitaHealth leads beach cleanup initiative


VitaHealth joined hands with Malaysian national badminton player and brand ambassador, Pearly Tan, Big Pharmacy, Caring Pharmacy, and Cuci Malaysia for a beach cleanup at Bagan Lalang.

The 'Clean Up, Charge Up!' event attracted scores of volunteers including badminton star Pearly Tan

LEADING supplement brand VitaHealth – a subsidiary of Vita Life Sciences, recently hosted the 'Clean Up, Charge Up!' beach cleanup, showcasing a strong commitment to environmental stewardship.

The event, which took place in Bagan Lalang, was organised in partnership with Big Pharmacy, Caring Pharmacy, and Cuci Malaysia – a nationwide movement dedicated to cleaning up trash-ridden public areas.

Malaysia's national badminton player and VitaHealth brand ambassador, Pearly Tan, made a special appearance, further inspiring participants.

As an Australian-owned brand listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, VitaHealth is dedicated to enhancing individuals' physical and mental well-being through its premium-quality health supplements.

In 2024, VitaHealth embraced a renewed dedication to Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) principles, placing a strong emphasis on sustainable and ethical practices across all facets of its operations.

Embracing a bold go-green initiative, VitaHealth has begun eliminating shrink wrap from its products, marking a significant step towards reducing environmental impact and fostering a more sustainable future.

Aligned with its tagline, "Healthy Life, Happy Vibes," VitaHealth's mission is to empower individuals to lead healthier and more fulfilling lives through innovative products and community initiatives.

Guided by this mission, the company aims to positively impact both personal well-being and environmental preservation.

Volunteers cleaning up the mangrove area at Bagan Lalang.Volunteers cleaning up the mangrove area at Bagan Lalang.

Vita Life Sciences Malaysia and Singapore country head Dr. KS Beh, said the event aligns perfectly with VitaHealth’s ESG goals.

“As we celebrate our 77th anniversary, we are deeply committed to reducing waste, minimising our carbon footprint, and fostering sustainable practices,” she noted.

The initiative was aimed at protecting marine habitats by removing litter, promoting recycling and proper waste management, and increasing public awareness about environmental conservation.

The event saw an impressive turnout of around 100 volunteers, ranging from community members to VitaHealth employees, who came together to collect and remove waste from the beach.

The collaborative effort showcased the power of community action in environmental conservation and left a tangible impact on the local ecosystem.

A total of 203kg of waste, consisting of 166.7kg of trash and 36.3kg of recyclables was collected during the event.

Cuci Malaysia conducted informative sessions on sustainable living, focusing on practical tips for reducing personal carbon footprints and the benefits of using eco-friendly products.

Pearly Tan shared her thoughts on the event, stating, "It was inspiring to see so many people come together for such an important cause.

“Keeping our environment clean is everyone's responsibility, and I’m honoured to have been part of this impactful initiative,” she said.

From left: Amy Tan, VitaHealth regional key account senior manager; Renee Ti, assistant general manager,corporate relations; Elysse Ngan, senior marketing manager; Pearly Tan; Dr. KS Beh, Malaysia and Singapore country head; and Chandra Arjun, Cuci Malaysia president, at the clean-up. From left: Amy Tan, VitaHealth regional key account senior manager; Renee Ti, assistant general manager,corporate relations; Elysse Ngan, senior marketing manager; Pearly Tan; Dr. KS Beh, Malaysia and Singapore country head; and Chandra Arjun, Cuci Malaysia president, at the clean-up.

Dr Beh was more than delighted with the turnout and dedication of the volunteers.

"Our collaboration with Big Pharmacy, Caring Pharmacy, and CuciI Malaysia, along with the support of Pearly Tan, has made this event a meaningful step towards a cleaner and healthier environment.

“During our school years, we learned about the importance of protecting Mother Earth. Now, as we witness the severe impacts of pollution and global warming, we recognise an urgent need to act.

“We hope this event inspires ongoing efforts to protect and preserve our beautiful beaches for future generations,” she added.

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