As a long-time vegetarian, and a person who cares about the things that lie behind products I buy, I have been searching for quite some time for a source of nutritional products. I also wanted them to be available online. I have grown tired of the conventional marketplace, with the frustrations inherent in finding what I need. I also grow tired of the endless hustle and bustle of fellow consumers and the sales pitches.
A friend of mine developed an ambition to do some direct selling of products such as those I was interested in, and informed me of the comparatively new Qnet. I write this not so much to sell their products, but to let people know that I found what I was looking for with them. Their concern about health and safety, and strict adherence to vegetarian practices, struck a chord with me. More tellingly, their community involvement and eagerness to be humble in service to humankind, has made me a loyal devotee.
Their product line includes more than nutritional products. They also meet wellness needs, sell skincare, and market fine Swiss watches and jewelry. What sets them apart, however, are their high moral standards and ideals. Everything they brand is tested. They ensure no animals are used in this testing. Their edible products are purely vegetarian, which suits me perfectly.
Qnet’s philosophy is to better yourself to better those around you. But unlike the fine words spouted by many others, they take their social responsibility seriously. They are loyal supporters of the Rashid Centers programs to advocate for and benefit special needs children. They serve international and local communities to enhance quality of life for everyone. Recently, they partnered with the Lions Club to establish a kidney dialysis unit at Shirdi Sai Hospital in Bangladore.
It is a member of the United Nations Glob al Compact (UNGC) Network, the worlds largest corporate sustainability initiative. All of this social effort trickles down into the approach I have found they use with their products. The quality is high, the materials are tested, and I always get something out of the assurance I have that their standards equate with my own. I also believe in giving back, and do all I can. I haven’s decided to buy a Swiss watch yet, but I would turn to this new, Asian based, company were I to invest in one.
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