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The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market


The Urban Food Collective (TUFC) understands that food brings people together, that food is at the center of some of life’s best moments. Its vision is to be the premiere food community in the country.
Current, informative, and educational, TUFC aims to be the food hub where people can share their passion for gastronomy.  TUFC’s online community will feature everything food – articles and recipes, exciting deals featuring the country’s best culinary fare, and “The Urban Food Collective Marketplace” which will retail unique food items and implements. To bring the online community even closer together, TUFC will champion various food lifestyle events, where foodies can meet and indulge in their passion for unique flavors and gustatory delights.

What’s love for food when you have no one to share it with? Let The Urban Food Collective be your community for food. Stay hungry for the good things in life.


The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market:
The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market is a carefully curated collection of purveyors. Located in CommerCenter, Alabang’s newest lifestyle mall, it is a place where people can comfortably gather, browse, and shop. It will be a venue for patrons to find a bevy of treasures from gourmet, specialty foods to local, artisanal arts and crafts. The Weekend Market’s activities and pocket events will give them the opportunity to learn new things or simply engage with the community.

For purveyors, it will be an opportunity to showcase their goods to a truly discerning crowd, while providing them with a gateway to other business opportunities with The Urban Food Collective.  Also recognizing its responsibility to society, The Urban Food Collective will donate a portion of the proceeds from the Weekend Market to the Taguyod Bayan foundation, helping rebuild communities affected by typhoon Haiyan in Sara Iloilo.

To all our dear friends in the South, THE URBAN FOOD COLLECTIVE Weekend Market is opening soon near you! The market would showcase well-curated selections of both food and non-food purveyors.

To join as a purveyor, please visit www.theurbanfoodcollective.com.

If your products fall under any of these categories, you may submit your application:

Gourmet

Artisanal

Organic

Natural

Eco-friendly

Philippine-made

Handmade

Unique finds

Bespoke

Arts & Crafts / Handicrafts

Pop-up shops

Premier


See you at the market! Where you can find good food, good things, and goodwill.

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Comments

Richelle Gamlam said…
This is great! I love an emphasis on local and organic food. We eat too much processed food nowadays
Masshole Mommy said…
That sounds like the Farmer's Markets we have around here. I love getting local foods and craft items there.
Miriam Risager said…
The Urban Food Collective sounds like a great initiative. If I come to Alabang, I'll be sure to check it out.
Anonymous said…
Sounds wonderful! Wish I lived nearby to visit it.
Cindy Gordon said…
Looks like a great market! I enjoy visiting our local one!
Kung Phoo said…
I went to one of these about a month ago.. there is such a difference then going to the local market..
Franc said…
It would be nice to try out the unique foods at the urban food collective. I'm sure the variety here would also be great.
Christie C said…
Sounds like a great collection of vendors! I just love the markets we have here
Jo said…
Oh my! I love going to events like that were they showcase a lot of new tasty food! Besides sampling I make sure I buy at least one that I really like. I really wish I was home so I can attend there!
Marie Moody said…
What a wonderful place. I would love to visit one of these and browse to see the fresh food. I am so going to miss my own garden. I grow whatever I can every Spring, and all summer long. Now I go to Farmers Market downtown.. it's exciting really!
This type of event is right up my alley. Looks like kids would also enjoy as well with the kiddie workshops. Glad they are also taking donations for those affected by the typhoon.
Sweepster said…
Sounds like a cool event! I wish we had thing slike this around here so we could get fresh foods too.
This looks like an amazing place, I would love to go there someday.
Ben Butler said…
I absolutely love farmers' markets. Everything is always so fresh and NATURAL. Great!
Sharon Ruggieri said…
I really want to go to another soon. I love the freshness and always prefer local :)
EmmaT said…
Looks like a great event. Would be great to have more similar events like this in the UK
Rebecca Swenor said…
This is an awesome thing to help others in need. I love the concept of it . Thanks for sharing.
Melissa said…
What's so great is that not only does it help others, but it allows the businesses that participate to be able to branch out. If only they could do something like this everywhere!

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