March 09, 2021

My Street High Street Initiative Brings Benguet Goods to BGC

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  • Due to the pandemic, local farmers all over the country are currently struggling to make both ends meet. Even Benguet, the Salad Bowl of the Philippines, is still having a hard time getting back on its feet mainly due to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    That’s why Bonifacio Global City is trying to help the displaced farmers earn a living. Through the My Street High Street initiative, local farmers can now sell their products to BGCitizens every weekend this March 2021.

    This event brings you Benguet staples such as the famous ube jam from Good Shepherd, brewed coffee, mixed greens, and fresh strawberries are also up for grabs. The good thing about this, there’s no middle man cost involved, which means consumers can enjoy farm-to-table goods for a much cheaper price.

    The farmer’s market/ IMAGE from Bonifacio Global City

    You may order in advance by contacting Jhona Bitan at 0961-294-3083 and pick up your items at the My Street High Street booth. Any amount of support will be greatly appreciated!

    For more information and updates, you can check out the attached price list and photos below. You can also visit Bonifacio Global City’s official facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/bonifacioglobalcityph! ✨


    This is a press release. Minor edits were made prior to publishing. 

    General Information

  • Bonifacio Global City
  • 0961-294-3083
  • Saturday and Sunday
  • https://www.facebook.com/bonifacioglobalcityph
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