The Department Of Tourism Partners With GrabExpress To Deliver These Local Goods To Your Doorstep!
The Department of Tourism's quarterly Philippine Harvest, a weekend bazaar highlighting local products from the different regions of the country, partnered with GrabExpress so you can easily have these different local goods delivered to your doorstep.
Need to replenish your stock of fruits and vegetables? You can order from The Weekend Farmer, Joyful Garden Farm Organic Farmers Association Inc., Fresh Start Organics, Inc., Mayani, Teraoka Family Farm, and Costales Nature Farms.
For your dairy and honey needs, there's Casa Del Formaggio, Dugos Wild Forest Honey, Mambo Food & Beverage, Mamre Farms and Fairy, Milea Bee Farm, Piecofoods, Inc., Pinkie's Farm, and QueenB Apiaries. If you're looking to support local coffee makers or distilleries, you can order from Cocotos Estate Mt. Apo Coffee, Dream Wide Awake, El Union, and Destileria Limtuaco & Co., Inc. and have it delivered via GrabExpress.
There are specialty products available, too, like those from Alavar Seafood Restaurant, eHarvest Corp, Josefina's Crunchy Garlic, Mama Sita's, Aldio Food and Beverage, AMARICH Marketing Intl., Bitbit, and Earthkeeper's Garden Restaurant. For vegan-friendly options, you can order from Jack's Produce, The Real Happy Cow, and Vutcher.
Under the sweets and snacks category, you can order from Farmyard, JA Lees Farms, Adong and Minting's Agri Farm, Cakes by Gel Salonga, Chumoto Chocolates, Oh So Healthy, Risa Chocolate, Taho Manila, and Wrapsody and Y-Nut Pili Nuts
You can contact these merchants by going to your Grab app and look for the Philippine Harvest directory you can find on the homepage.
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