Now more than ever, everyone is encouraged to help the community we live in by supporting locally made products. AyalaMalls Central Bloc at Cebu I.T. Park has created an avenue to further advocate this cause with their “Maker’s Market” at the ground floor near the Padriga entrance, a space in the mall where communities around Cebu can exhibit and sell their local livelihood products to a wider market.
Support Local at AyalaMalls Central Bloc’s Marker’s Market
You can now shop from a variety of local goods with AyalaMalls Central Bloc’s “Marker’s Market.” Since the start of the pandemic, there has been a rise of small local businesses in the metro; it then caused an impact on the community to support these businesses together and encourage people to support locally made products.
From homemade essentials, goods, crafts, artisan pots, and tasty food specialties, the Maker’s Market has it all.
Handmade Home Essentials
Purchasing local products ensures more organic and less harmful ingredients for everyday use. Available home essential items to look out for at the Makers Market include cruelty-free handmade soaps, all-natural homemade detergents, and artisan pots for all the plant lovers.
Favorite local delicacies like puto cheese, palitaw, and cassava cake are also available. As well as homemade Kimchi for you KDrama Marathons, freshly baked cookies for Santa Claus this holiday season, and embutido as a perfect addition to your noche buena menu.
Catch these homemade products and delicacies from the talented group of women from the Federation of Barangay Apas Women’s Association from 10 AM to 8 PM, on exhibit until November 15, 2020.
As the holiday season approaches, join the holiday fair and be one of the exhibitors on November 16 – December 23, 2020. Display your handmade crafts or homemade goodies and send a message to AyalaMalls Central Bloc’s Facebook Page for more details.
AyalaMalls Central Bloc is the hip and happening bloc where the balance of work and play thrives. The five-level mall is located in the bustling 27-hectare IT Park. It is a project of Central Block Developers Inc. – a subsidiary of Ayala Land Inc.