The Harvest to Goodness Weekend Market is staged by Megaworld Lifestyle Malls in partnership with the Department of Agriculture, non-profit group Resto PH and DA’s Kadiwa ni Ani at Kita (KADIWA) project to support Filipino farmers and food entrepreneurs who have been directly impacted by the global pandemic.
Choose from an array of lowland and highland produce brought by farmers from the provinces of Benguet, Baguio City, Bulacan, and Region IV-A provinces, including Quezon and Batangas. The market also features fresh seafood picks, meat products and dairy products.
Meanwhile, Resto PH members will offer special menus featuring farm-to-table dishes made from locally-sourced ingredients. Participating restaurants include Mango Tree, Kureji, Brotzeit, Menya Kokoro, Icebergs, 102 Izakaya, Tokyo Milk Cheese, Monga by Vikings, Recovery Food, and Tepanyaki Brothers.
To ensure safety, the Harvest to Goodness Weekend Market implements government-mandated health and safety protocols such as temperature checks, footwear and hand sanitation, wearing of face masks and face shields and strict observance of social distancing. Cashless payment options powered by PayMaya and contactless transactions will also be available.
Shoppers could also conveniently order from their homes and have their products delivered with the help of personal shopping service app MyKuya. Cashless personal deliveries for food purchases from participating restaurants can also be made via LalaFood and Mr. Speedy.
Curbside pickup is also available for those who are driving. Simply contact and arrange the transactions directly with the farmers and vendors and get your orders at designated pickup locations. Contact details of participating farmers and stalls will be posted at the Megaworld Lifestyle Malls Viber communities, Facebook page, and website.
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