Organo Gold, a gourmet coffee company, was founded by Bernardo Chua, now has a market share in 39 countries with the newest in Turkey.
The first coffee house that was opened in Turkey was in the 15th century. Turkey has long had a reputation for exceptional coffee and it is well ensconced in their national culture
Organo Gold is a healthy blend that contains a derivative of a high ranked Chinese herb, actually a mushroom, known as Ganoderma. A famous doctor during the Ming Dynasty wrote that the long-term taking of Ganoderma builds strong and healthy bodies as well as assuring a long life.
In January of 2015, Bernado Chua went to Manilla to attend a special awards ceremony. He and two of his team members were personally awarded the prestigious Dangal ng Bayan award, for Business and Industry as well as two People’s Choice Awards.
In 2014 he received the National Consumers Quality Award, as well as being recognized by the National Shoppers Choice as a top direct selling company in their food supplements section. He has been awarded the Direct Sales Company of the Year award on 5 different occasions.
The Dangal ng Bayan award was started in 1981 by the National Consumer Affairs Foundation in the Philippines in order to recognize Filipino products and the people with the ability to motivate others.
According to The Street, Bernardo Chua grew up in the Philippines but due to his Chinese heritage, he was introduced to Ganoderma at an early age. This polypore mushroom grows on logs around the world and has for centuries been used in the Asian cultures. Chua was the first person to market this amazing herb outside of the Asian regions.
He also works with the organic Ganoderma producers on a close basis. He wants to provide a quality product but without an outrageous price tag.
Organo Gold is based in Canada and now has, around the world, over one million distributors. Since Canada has extremely strict guidelines for businesses and products, he,therefore feels that any risk that people may perceive are eliminated by them seeing just how many tests are run on the herb and the products before they are distributed for sale.