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The Producers Market at Mercato Centrale

April 11, 2011 by  
Filed under Food

Finally, a one-stop weekend market for urban consumers.

Pinoy Organics and Mercato Centrale are officially launching the Producers Market on April 30th. If you live in Bonifacio Global City, lucky you! If you are from Makati, Pasig or Alabang, don’t miss the date!

Pinoy Organics Public Invite

The Producers Market is the first and only air-conditioned weekend market that offers one of the most diverse selection of organic, natural, herbal and healthy products, including fresh produce from local organic farms.

Except for La Top’s organic produce from Benguet and Down-to-Earth‘s specialty greens from Bukidnon, the vegetables and fruits sold in the Producers Market are sourced from nearby farms located in Rizal, Bulacan, Cavite, Batangas and Laguna. Consumers are guaranteed freshly picked farm products harvested just a day before they are sold in the market.

PINOY ORGANICS-Amsis FarmsNew Kid in the Green Block, Amsis Farms

Love meat? Hormone-free chicken, grass-fed beef, and organic pork are sold every weekend by Solraya Enterpises, U Farm, Down-to-Earth, Costales Nature Farms and Pamora.

Producers Market is also a depot of personal and household green products. Below is a partial list of the green brands available inside the market during the launch:

Mercato Launch-Messy BessyMessy Bessy – Your Partner in Green Cleaning Your Home

  • Leyende
  • All Organics
  • Human Nature
  • Milea
  • Domicilo
  • Dentiste (100% SLS-free toothpaste)
  • Messy Bessy

Mercato-LeyendeLeyende, Your Premium Organic Beauty Brand

Bring a friend, a relative and a big bayong! Support our local farmers and green producers.

Can you think of other local products that should be available at the Producers Market?

 

PRODUCERS MARKET
Mercato Centrale
8th avenue and 34th street
Bonifacio Global City
Saturdays & Sundays
7am til 2pm

 

 

For inquiries and more details about the Producers Market, email us at pinoyorganics@gmail.com.

 
UPDATE (JULY 30-31, 2011)

This is our last weekend as partner-organizer of the Producers Market.
 
Thank you Mercato Centrale  for the opportunity to pioneer and partner with you in promoting Philippine organics and sustainable green living in BGC, and to all partner-producers and consumers who supported Pinoy Organics@Mercato Centrale – MARAMING, MARAMING SALAMAT PO!
 
Til our next “Mission Possible”.
 
 
 

Comments

5 Responses to “The Producers Market at Mercato Centrale”
  1. Johanna says:

    Hi Jhoey! Hope you can also invite raw food suppliers to the market, also to help spread the raw food advocacy. Sharing links to sites of some of my raw food friends :

    http://www.facebook.com/dahon.kusina by Asha Peri
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000581874843 Bahay Kalipay
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Emporium-Antipolo/173833162632045 by Kristine Garcia

    I would love to go and support but also have a big event that day (we’re launching Estela, our new online home and fashion shop– if you’re not too tired after the Producers Market, would love for you to drop by– Libis is so near Fort!).

    Will support the market for sure though– BIG THANK YOU HUGS for what you’re doing!

  2. PinoyOrganics says:

    Thanks so much for your support. Yes, will try to drop by if sked permits.

    Congratulations to you, too! 😉 Exciting season.

  3. Alice Ty says:

    Vegan Macrobiotics is at Mercato Centrale every Saturday. We serve vegan meals (no milk, no eggs, no vege-meat and other artificial and processed ingredients).

    Visit our website or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Vegan-Macrobiotics-by-Chef-Alice-Ty/172485706135640.

    Cheers!

  4. LIZ CO says:

    Hi,

    I’m just thinking out loud. As a consumer, How do you know that the produce that are sold in the market or grocery is real organic as what they claim to be? Aside from the price that is higher than the regular price. (It’s okay to spend such price just as long as it is true.) There are no certifications available. Some say that the produce is not as nice as the chemically treated, but the cabbage i bought at the grocery looks so nice and they claimed it as organic. Is there an indication or way to know?
    I hope you can enlighten me.

    Thanks,
    liz

  5. PinoyOrganics says:

    Thanks for your sharing your thoughts, Liz. We are in the process of organizing seminar for consumer about this. Will post it in the events page soon. :)

    For now, we’ll share with you our own personal way of verifying the organic produce/products we buy: know your producers and build a relationship with them! It is only when you know them so well that you can (more or less) know if they’re the real deal or not. We also go out of our way to visit farms. The results of all those efforts are what we share to our fellow consumers here in Pinoy Organics.

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