Buy Your Veggies + Fruits And Help Displaced Farmers At This Weekend Market

You can buy fresh produce at affordable prices.

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Bonifacio Global City is helping displaced farmers earn a living through a weekend market called "My Street High Street." Through this city initiative, the farmers can sell different Benguet food staples at Bonifacio High Street during all the weekends of March 2021.

People who are within the city and those who are merely passing by can buy fresh produce straight from the farmers at price points that are not affected by middle man costs. Besides the fresh produce, the farmers will also be bringing in Good Shepherd classics like the Ube Jam and brewed coffee. Check out the pricelist for the available products: 

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This weekend market is a great opportunity to not just help the displaced farmers, but also save a bit of your grocery money on buying fresh produce. If you're the designated grocery shopper in the household, you know that fruits and vegetables are expensive, especially when bought in supermarkets. 

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Want to place an order? You can order in advance by contacting Jhona Bitan at (0961) 294-3083, then you can pick up your order at the My Street High Street booth.

Follow Bonifacio Global City on Facebook for more information.

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