The Veggie Drop-Off Provides Two Easy Ways To Get Fresh Gulay This Weekend

You can have it delivered or picked up!

In light of the current Luzon quarantine, The Veggie Drop-Off, has found two ways to make it possible to shop fresh produce without holding a weekend market. This is all thanks to their new partners, Try Vegan and Zagana.

Photo from the previous The Veggie Drop-Off
Photo by The Veggie Drop-Off

The Veggie Drop-Off will be bringing in over 40 types of fresh produce from Benguet, Mountain Province, and Silang, Cavite. If you’re placing orders via the Zagana official website, they are accepting orders until March 22, 2020 only. They can deliver your orders to your doorstep, as long as it is within Metro Manila.

For those residing in the South, The Veggie Drop-Off will have its drop-off at Try Vegan on March 21. This will operate on a pre-order, pre-paid basis which then can be picked up from their shop that’s located at Unit 1A, R.A. Suarez Building or 363 El Grande Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque.

Photo from the previous The Veggie Drop-Off
Photo by Gail Hernandez-Gutierrez (The Veggie Drop-Off official Facebook)

You can place your orders now by messaging Try Vegan on Facebook. Do take note that there is a minimum order of 5 kilos, but with no maximum limit. Operating hours will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., until supplies last.

According to The Veggie Drop-Off, “This will be a limited run which we hope can be replicated in other areas in spite of the many transportation and delivery limitations set in place due to the COVID-19 crisis. We are working closely with all parties concerned, and will commit to safety guidelines for everyone’s benefit.”

Follow The Veggie Drop-Off on Facebook for more updates.


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