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What to eat this weekend?

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We are delighted to bring to your table green goodness and sustainably raised produce. Please check out what you can find at TheVillageGreenShop this weekend!

  • Romaine (our arugula are still micro greens and will be ready in a week or 2)
  • Turmeric
  • Tomatoes
  • Malunggay
  • Spinach
  • Mustasa
  • Celery
  • Camote greens
  • Carrots
  • Bell pepper
  • Brocolli
  • Asparagus
  • Beets
  • Papaya
  • White Chicken
  • Brown Chicken
  • Brown eggs
  • Golden salted eggs
  • Probiotic
  • Raw honey
  • Organic bangus sardines
  • Kalinga choco rice
  • Kalinga brown rice
  • Assortment of roasted mongo (green, white, black and crushed multicolour)
  • Bugnay wine

 

Please book your order today, Saturday, cut off is 12:00 nn.  Cheers!

0927 675 5199/villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

 

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Starting your week right!

Drink probiotic on empty stomach before eating breakfast

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or a cup of pure calamansi juice.

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You will never go wrong with a slice or 2 of sweet red lady papaya.

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Or a glass of avocado smoothie!

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Salad greens

Salad garden

 

With arugula

 

luscious arugula

 

Romaine

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Mizuna

 

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And antioxidant greens through the week

 

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bunch of alugbati

 

 

Available every Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Contact us at 0927 675 5199/villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

 

Cheers!

 


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Fresh produce available today at TheVillageGreenShop!

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Coming to you today additional farm fresh produce which you can pre-order before 11:00 am today aside from the regular produce on offer each week below.  Please SMS 0927 675 5199.  Many thanks.

  • carrots
  • cabbage
  • sayote
  • onion leeks
  • arugula,
  • lemon grass
  • potatoes
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  • Brown heirloom rice
  • Black rice
  • Red rice
  • Turmeric
  • Salted eggs
  • Feta cheese

Please check out  what you can find every Monday and Thursday and ensure to place your order before cut off .

For Monday delivery the cut off is Saturday 11:00 am and for Thursday

delivery the cutoff  is Wednesday 10:00 am and for Saturday delivery please ensure to place your order on or before 12:00 nn of Thursday.

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  • Bangus sardines
  • Brown eggs
  • Herb Salt
  • Musc0vado sugar
  • Peanut butter
  • Tablea
  • Vinegar infused with spices
  • Wild honey

Salad Greens

  • Arugula
  • Green ice
  • Green romaine
  • Mix Salad Greens (combination of 3 or 4 types depending on the season)

Herbs

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  • Ginger
  • Lady finger pepper
  • Lemongrass
  • Red onion
  • Sweet Basil
  • White onion

All Year Round Native Vegs

Pakbet Mix*

  • Bitter gourd (ampalaya)
  • Eggplant
  • Lady finger (okra)
  • Squash (calabasa)
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  • Tomatoes

Green & Leafy Veg*

  • Chinese Kangkong
  • Dahon ampalaya
  • Jute Leaves (Saluyot)
  • Jute Vine (Alugbati)
  • Mustasa
  • Native/Chinese pechay
  • Spinach
  • Talbos camote
  • Talinum

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  • Gabi
  • Mongo
  • peanut
  • Puso ng saging
  • Saba
  • Upo

Fruits

  • Avocado
  • Calamansi
  • Red lady papaya
  • Saging vulcan

Poultry

  • White chicken
  • Native chicken

Pastured PorkNative Chicken

  • Pork Pata
  • Pork Adobo Cut
  • Pork Ribs
  • Pork Sinigang Cut
  • Pork Ground Lean

Grass-fed Beef

  • Bulalo bones
  • Tenderloin
  • Ground lean
  • Beef Ken chi (shin)
  • Beef shank
  • Beef sukiyaki sirloinimg287
  • Beef Rib Eye
  • Beef brisket
  • Beef Ribs
  • Beef Breakfast Steak

All Natural Smoked Meats & Sausages

  • Beef Jerky
  • Smoked Beef Bacon
  • Beef Fresh Salted Tapa
  • Canadian Bacon
  • Pork Ham
  • Pork Fresh Tocino
  • Longganisa
  • Garlic Sausage

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  • Fresh cow’s milk
  • Carabao Milk in choco/Plain flavour  750 ml
  • Carabao Milk in choco/Plain flavour 1 litre
  • Probiotic drink
  • Goat cheese or Chèvre
  • Mozarella

New items this week!

  • Hibiscus vinaigrette
  • Golden salted eggs (red salted eggs are harmful as not only they don’t come from pastured ducks but the red colour is paint used in t-shirt printing, shouldn’t mix with food!)  Ours is golden because they are soaked in a lovely spice called turmeric.
  • Sulu Coffee (Arabica beans from Sulu)
  • Peking Duck
  • Tsokolate (Milk chocolate, 70% dark chockolate or green mango & salt flavour)


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Why should these local and native veggies merit your attention?

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Eating local and seasonal greens and veg is not only great for your health and planet but also beneficial for some poor small holder organic farmers who passionately grow this produce! For every bag of produce you buy, you empower a family of poor organic farmers send their children to school, you enable them to access health and sanitation, and you help increase their sustainability. And in return you’re getting tons of nutrition from eating this produce!

TheVillageGreenShop has taken a second look at our sometimes neglected native vegs and greens and investigated why we should take advantage of its all year round abundance and nutritional benefit.

We cannot emphasise why these local and native veg should be in your weekly diet. Because they are powerhouse of vitamins, minerals and antioxidant properties that keeps free radicals at bay, gives you energy and prevents the onset of diseases.

Read on and take advantage when these greens and veg are at its best, most nutritious and bursting with rich flavour!

local native vegs

  • Ampalaya – Increases the production of beta cells by the pancreas, thereby improving the body’s ability to produce insulin that controls the blood sugar for diabetics. Excellent sources of Vitamin B, iron, calcium, and phosphorus. Also rich in beta carotene. Cure for diabetes, coughs, skin diseases, and sterility in women, parasiticide, antipyretic and as purgative among others.
  • Arugula- Very good source of folates, vitamin A, B-complex group of vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin-K. Adequate vitamin-K levels in the diet help limiting neuronal damage in the brain; thus, has established role in the treatment of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Baby Ginger- Contains anti-inflammatory, carminative, anti-flatulent, and anti-microbial properties. Effectivelineup of luyas against E.coli induced diarrhoea, especially in children. Contains a good amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, copper, and magnesium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps controlling heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Basil – Low in calories and contains no cholesterol, but are very rich source of many essential nutrients, minerals, and vitamins that are required for optimum health. Contains exceptionally high levels of beta-carotene, vitamin A, contains a good amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, copper, and magnesium. Excellent source of iron.
  • CucumbersGreat for skin and eyes. Reduced risk of several cancer types, including breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and prostate cancer. Promotes joint health, relieves gout and arthritis pain. Cures diabetes, reduces cholesterol and controls blood pressure
  • Eggplants (long and round varieties) – Brain food, antioxidants, prevents cellular damage that can promote cancer; and lessens free radical damage in joints, which is a primary factor in rheumatoid arthritis.3 talong3
  • Gourd (Upo) – Relieves indigestion and constipation problems. Good source of niacin (vitamin B-3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B-5), pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) and minerals such as iron, zinc, potassium, manganese and magnesium.
  • Guyabano – Contains strong anti-cancer properties. Proved to be up to 10,000 times stronger in slowing the growth of cancer cells than Adriamycin, a commonly used chemotherapeutic drug! This plant is proven antimicrobial agent for both bacterial and fungal infections, is effective against internal parasites and worms, lowers high blood pressure and is used for depression, stress and nervous disorders. Cure for hair loss.bundle of saluyot
  • Jute Leaves (Saluyot) –High antioxidant properties primarily in the form of Vitamin E. Cure for arthritis, hardening of arteries, heart and kidney ailments. Contains vitamin A, which aids in repairing the body’s cells and improves eyesight, Vitamin C or ascorbic acid, which improves blood circulation and helps lower the risk of cataracts and other eye disorders, Vitamin E, which slows down the aches and pains associated with aging, holds infertility at bay and increases stamina and has high percentage of calcium, which contributes to strong teeth and bones.
  • Kangkong (potato vine) – Promotes excellent bowel movement. Eliminate bad fats that clogged up the blood vessel walls, making it good for those with high cholesterol and hypertension problems. Great for diabetic. Excellent source of iron, calcium and Vitamin C.
  • Lemongrass (Tanglad) – Herbal medicine for gastro-intestinal problems stomach-aches, diarrhoea, gas, bowel spasms, vomiting, fever, flu, and headaches. Also cure for cough, cold & sore throats; anxiety, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, colitis; aids digestion, smoothens rough, dry, scaly skin, cure for acne, constipation, kidney detoxification, insomnia, enhances relaxation and deep sleep.
  • frilly lettucesLettuces (curly,frilly and romaine) – very low calorie green-vegetables. Store house of many phyto-nutrientslettuces that have health promoting and disease prevention properties. Excellent source of several Vitamin A and beta carotenes, vitamin K, folates and vitamin C. Rich in xanthin and carotenes which protects against age-related macular disease (ARMD) in the elderly. Also contains good amounts of minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which are very essential for body metabolism. Also rich in B-complex group of vitamins 3green frilly lettuceslike thiamin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), riboflavins.
  • Loofah (Patola) – Good source of calcium and iron and an excellent source of phosphorus and vitamin B.
  • Mango – Contains strong antioxidant compounds that protects against colon, breast, leukaemia and prostate cancers. High levels of fibre, pectin and vitamin C lowers serum cholesterol levels especially the bad cholesterol. Clears clogged pores and eliminate pimples. Great source of vitamin A, which promotes good eyesight, prevents night blindness and dry eyes. Alkalizes the entire body.
  • Moringa (Malunggay) – Super vegetable that offers excellent source of protein, minerals, and vitamins rarely found in any other herbs and green leafy vegetables. Has the richest source of vitamin A, vitamin-C, vital B-complex vitamins, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, selenium, and magnesium.
  • Mustard Greens (mustasa) – More vitamin A, carotenes, vitamin K, and flavonoid anti-oxidants than some of commonly consumed fruits and vegetables around. Excellent source of several essential minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, selenium, and manganese. Prevents arthritis, osteoporosis, iron deficiency anaemia, protects against cardiovascular diseases, asthma and colon and prostate cancers.
  • Okra – The pods are among the very low calorie vegetables, rich sources of dietary fibre, minerals, and vitamins; often recommended by nutritionists in cholesterol controlling and weight reduction programs. Contains healthy amounts of vitamin A, and flavonoid anti-oxidants such as beta carotenes, xanthin and lutein, with highest levels 5 okrasof these anti-oxidants. These compounds are known to have antioxidant properties and are essential for vision. Good source of foliates, vitamin-C, rich in B-complex group of vitamins like niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), thiamine and pantothenic acid, vitamin K.  Also good source of many important minerals such as iron, calcium, manganese and magnesium.
  • Pechay – Rich source of Vitamins A, C, Potassium and fibre. Low calorie and low fat, which makes it ideal for dieters.
  • Petite green and ripe papaya – Powerhouse of nutrients. Prevents cancer, and cure for gastro problem. Great for the skin, relieves digestion problems, protects your eyes and heart. Rich sources of vitamin A, C and E, carotenes, and other phyto-nutrients antioxidant nutrients which are very powerful antioxidants. Good source of fibre that lower high cholesterol levels.
  • Spring Onions and Leeks – Great source of pyridoxine, folic acid, niacin, riboflavin, and thiamine. Also onion leeksexcellent source of vitamin A, C, K, and vitamin E.
  • Squash – Low in Calories. Brilliant source of vitamin C and very good source of magnesium, vitamin A (particularly in its concentration of carotenoids, including beta-carotene), fiber, folate, copper, riboflavin and phosphorus. Also abundant in potassium, manganese, and antioxidants that keep free radicals at bay. With its high beta-carotene content, it protects us from pollutants and chemicals that lead to cancer. The high level of vitamin C prevents premature aging (aids in the production of collagen and building of bone mass) and cancer as well as inhibiting cell division. The magnesium found in yellow squash has been shown to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke and indispensible to the health of joints and bones. It also contributes to the mineral density of the spinal column. Along with its potassium content, magnesium is good for reducing high blood pressure. The abundant fibre content of yellow squash promotes colon’s health since it promotes regularity and adds bulk to the stool. Alleviates the symptoms of prostate. Prevents the onset of cataracts and macular degeneration. High levels of manganese which aids in maintaining healthy bone structure, calcium absorption, enzyme creation, and bone building. The iron, foliate, zinc and phosphorous found in yellow squash all contribute to the mineral health of bones, and help fortify against osteoporosis.bbeans
  • String Beans – Contain vitamins C, A and folic acid, which is a B vitamin. Good source of carbohydrates, protein, dietary fibre and minerals.
  • Sweet Potato Tops (Talbos ng Camote) available in red and camote red side viewgreen varieties. Can be steamed and mix with tomatoes, lemon, ginger, onions and pepper. High antioxidant and found to be excellent remedy for dengue fever. This food is low in saturated fat and sodium, and very low in cholesterol. It is also a good source of protein, niacin, calcium and iron, and a very good source of dietary fibre, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Foliate, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Manganese.
  • Sweet Potatoes (local and California Variety) – Contains vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, fiber, B vitamins, potassium and even iron. May even protect cigarette smokers and those who live with them from emphysema by its vitamin A. High antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. The beta-carotene and vitamin C protects the body of cancer-friendly free radicals. Excellent food for those suffering from either form of arthritis or asthma. With Low Glycemic Index, this is great for diabetics.  Eat organically-grown sweet potatoes whenever possible so you can eat them with their skin, which contains nutrients.
  • Vine Spinach (Alugbati) – Served either steamed or raw but raw is better. Toss it in a mix of tomatoes, cucumber, shredded carrots and vinaigrette dressing. Rich in fibre and Vitamins A, B, C and iron. Low in fat and calories and helps you control your weight.1 strand of alugbati like

Get inspired to plan your meal around these nutritious   vegs and greens all year round not just in the summer!

Would like to TRY FIRST? 

Contact us at

0927 675 5199/villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

If I whet your appetite to eating healthy and nutritious real foods, it’s excellent value for you if you SUBSCRIBE:

For example a pack of pakbet mix or green leafy mix which contains 7 types of ingredients each is between P150 and P 165.

Contact us at

 0927 675 5199/villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

HOW TO ORDER:

ORDER anytime of the week FOR PICKUP/DELIVERY on THURSDAYS (for veg and greens) after 5 pm and for meats and dairy every Saturday after 5 pm.

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The VillageGreenShop has over 200 plus of sustainably grown and raised living foods to choose from if you would like to completely shift to eating healthy and nutritious meal.

We can fill your weekly food basket of your choice of brown or black rice, free-range eggs, fresh cow’s milk, coco sugar, heirloom or regular tomatoes, herbs, veg and greens of your choice, native chicken, beef cuts, pork cuts and many more. The choice is yours. See  Facebook update. It cannot get better than this, you will see the difference and the benefit is all yours! Please share this news to your family and friends too!

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0927 675 5199 /villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

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Your weekly food basket of organic produce

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Simply text, call or email to order at

 0927 675 5199/villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

Rice

Weight

Price

Brown Rice

5 kilo pack

444.00

Black Rice

5 kilo pack

540.00

Salad Greens

Weight

Price

Arugula

1000 grams

300.00

French Beans

1000 grams

192.00

American slice cucumber

1000 grams

60.00

Lettuce-Frillice

1000 grams

180.00

Lettuce-Green Ice

1000 grams

120.00

Lettuce-Red Sail

1000 grams

180.00

Lettuce-Lollo Rosa

1000 grams

120.00

Lettuce-Romaine

1000 grams

120.00

Alfalfa sprout

1000 grams

840.00

Mixed Salad **

1000 grams

360.00

* includes BabyMizuna MiniCrown Lolorosa Romaine or Red Romaine GreenIce Baby Tatsoi MiniCrownGreenwave or Estrossa Wild Arugula GreenFrelise

    Vegetables

Weight

Price

Snap Beans

1000 grams

72.00

Amaranth

1000 grams

144.00

Zuchinni

1000 grams

96.00

Regular Tomato

1000 grams

60.00

Edible Fern (Pako

1000 grams

24.00

Carrots

144.00

Bell Pepper

1000 grams

360.00

Red Hot Pepper fresh

1000 grams

144.00

Red Hot Pepper dried

1000 grams

420.00

Lady Finger Pepper

1000 grams

120.00

Shi-su (perilla)

1000 grams

480.00

Cherry Tomato

1000 grams

180.00

Zuchinni

1000 grams

96.00

Sweet Pepper-Conical type

1000 grams

180.00

Leeks

1000 grams

300.00

Japanese Okra

1000 grams

120.00

Ordinary eggplant

1000 grams

60.00

Micro Greens

Micro Arugula

35 grams

81.00

Micro Radish

40 grams

81.00

Micro Mizuna

40 grams

81.00

Micro Cilantro

40 grams

108.00

Micro Beets

40 grams

108.00

Baby Vegetable

Mini crown green frelise

1000 grams

280.80

Mini crown green loloroso

1000 grams

199.20

Baby Carrots

1000 grams

324.00

Baby Tatsoi

1000 grams

360.00

Baby Mizuna

1000 grams

360.00

Specialty Vegetable

French beans

1000 grams

324.00

Brocollini

1000 grams

324.00

Wild Arugula (rocket)

1000 grams

840.00

Cherry Tomato

1000 grams

324.00

Kohlrabi

1000 grams

324.00

Heirloom Tomatoes

1000 grams

324.00

Edible Flowers

Nasturtium flowers

40 grams

90.00

Dill flowers

40 grams

90.00

Arugula flowers

40 grams

90.00

Red hibiscus buds

40 grams

90.00

Herbs

Weight

Price (Php)

Flat leaf Italian parsley

1000 grams

600.00

Sage

1000 grams

960.00

Italian Oregano

1000 grams

600.00

Curly Parsley

1000 grams

108.00

Thyme

1000 grams

1200.00

Kaffir Lime

1000 grams

3600.00

Lemon basil

1000 grams

144.00

Tarragon

1000 grams

960.00

Purple Basil

1000 grams

120.00

Mint

1000 grams

600.00

Sweet Basil

1000 grams

120.00

Dill

1000 grams

420.00

Thai basil

1000 grams

84.00

Fruits

Papaya

Per kilo

84.00

Vegetable

Price/Php

Sayote / Per Kilo

78.00

Ampalaya / Per Kilo

108.00

Regular Tomato / Per Kilo

72.00

Cucumber / Per Kilo

72.00

Camote & Gabi / Per Kilo

72.00

Saba Banana Per Piece

4.00

Celery/bundle

36.00

Pandan leaves

36.00

Native Onion/bundle

36.00

Sayote Tops/bundle

36.00

Kamote Greens

36.00

Squash Greens

36.00

Tarragon/Pot

120.00

Mint/Pot

120.00

Ashitaba/Pot

156.00

Meat

Weight

Price

Organ meats:
Beef liver Per kilo

378.00

Beef kidney Per kilo

360.00

 Beef heart Per kilo

360.00

Ox tongue Per kilo

660.00

Ox tail Per kilo

540.00

Beef cuts
Tenderloin Per kilo

900.00

Marrow bones Per kilo

313.20

Bulalo Bones Per kilo

237.60

Ox feet Per kilo

259.20

Beef  sinigang cut Per kilo

291.60

Ground Beef Per kilo

360.00

Ground sirloin Per kilo

486.00

Beef Ken chi (shin) Per kilo

378.00

Beef Shank Per kilo

378.00

Beef Sukiyaki Sirloin Per kilo

540.00

Beef Sirloin Whole Per kilo

540.00

Beef ribs Per kilo

302.40

Beef stew cubes (kalitiran) Per kilo

378.00

Beef brisket Per kilo

378.00

Beef Rib Eye Per kilo

648.00

Beef Striploin Steak Per kilo

594.00

Breakfast Steak Per kilo

540.00

Beef Ground Lean Per kilo

378.00

Pastured Pork
Pork chop Per kilo

336.00

Pork steak Per kilo

336.00

Pork ground lean Per kilo

336.00

Pork back ribs Per kilo

336.00

Pork  sinigang  cut Per kilo

216.00

Pork Belly Cut Per kilo

336.00

Pork Pata Per kilo

264.00

Pork Adobo Cut Per kilo

336.00

Pork Liver Per kilo

192.00

Chicken
Native Chicken Per kilo

384.00

Native Eggs Per pc min of 2 dozen

15.00

Pastured-Raised Duck Per kilo

360.00

Grass-Fed Lamb Meat
Lamb Racks Per kilo

1080.00

Lamb Shank Per kilo

420.00

Leg of Lamb Per kilo

720.00

Lamb Shoulder Chop Per kilo

456.00

Lamb Ribs Per kilo

420.00

Lamb Loin Chops Per kilo

840.00

Lamb Kebab Cubes Per kilo

600.00

Smoked Meats/ Processed Food

Weight

Price

 Beef Jerky

150 grams sun dried

192.00

Beef Tapa

250 grams.

192.00

Beef Fresh Bacon (new)

250 grams.

192.00

Burger Patties (4 pieces)

250 grams.

192.00

Pork Bacon

250 grams.

192.00

Canadian Bacon

250 grams.

192.00

Pork Ham

250 grams.

192.00

Pork Tocino

250 grams.

192.00

Dairy products

Weight

Price

Fresh milk

1 liter

162.00

Kefir

1 liter

180.00

Mozarella Cheese

150 grams

96.00

Raw Cheese

150 grams

96.00

Note:

  • All items in the food list are seasonal and local products so some items might not be available at the time of order, and due to heat and rain it affects harvest and price. (Probably you have the same questions as we do – how might we embed resilient systems in agriculture to create sustainability in production?)
  • Order and delivery schedules:  Order by Saturday, Monday and Tuesday and we will deliver on Wednesday to Friday, if the items are available we can deliver earlier than Wednesday. However you can place your order daily 24/7 especially if you are a subscriber.
  • Minimum order is P3, 000.00 for both individual and group-buy though we encourage people to group buy so we can be flexible with the minimum order.  However there are items that have no min order.
  • Why we encourage people to group buy? Simply because an individual doesn’t make as much savings or impact as a community. As we are low carbon food distribution system we can reduce carbon emission together if by the same amount of fuel in transporting these items we deliver to as many people in one location each time! The savings we don’t keep but is passed on to you as discount according to volume/frequency of orders each community makes!
  • Low carbon food distribution system vs. traditional supermarket food shopping. Did you know that if you buy produce in a supermarket you’ll find that transportation is most of the cost? Make it low impact by buying local and collaboratively, eating seasonal, and supporting ethical shops that brings you produce sourced from poor farmers especially women, and enables you to make the right choices. TheVillageGreenShop challenges systems and deeply entrenched habits to rethink our food shopping and eating choices and habits.
  • All produce in this food list are all organic produce sourced directly and ethically – we pay moral price from women farmers, youth-farmers not in education and employment but trained in farming, smallholder farmers, farmers coop and community supported farms  so they can invest in education, health, livelihood, and improve their prospects for the future. We are committed and passionate food social enterprise.
  • Why we exist? We are both a food social enterprise and a campaign platform. Please read What we tackle at https://thevillagegreenshop.wordpress.com/what-we-tackle/
  • We will bring you a much extensive list of food items as we go along so we will keep you updated. Items to watch out for: coffee, stevia sugar, coco sugar, mint vaporub, smoked milkfish (bangus), anchovies, chutneys, jams and preserves.

If I whet your appetite to shift to real and living foods, and our social ethos appeal to you, simply contact us at the details below to TRY FIRST or LIKE TO SUBSCRIBE on a WEEKLY BASIS. If we don’t have what you like, will you please us know? Cheers!

Order at

0926 739 4997 / 0927 675 5199 /villagegreenshop@btinternet.com

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