“Be a BuyANI.”
This is the inspiring message of the Ayala Malls in partnership with Department of Agriculture (DA), Ayala Foundation, and the Restaurant Owners Association of the Philippines (RestoPH) in launching the BuyANI Fresh Produce Market. It aims to show the solidarity, BuyANI is a testament to the mission of rebuilding the nation through continuous support for local businesses, communities, and farmers.
Ayala Malls customers can enjoy safe shopping for the freshest produce and regional food favorites. Organic vegetables and fruits, fresh dairy products, herbs, and other locally cultivated items in well-curated stalls at DA-controlled prices. Consumers will also be able to contribute to uplifting the livelihoods of these local farmers with every purchase.
Department of Agriculture (DA) Secretary William Dar lauds this initiative to help our noble farmers protect their livelihood who were greatly affected by the logistical difficulties brought about by the quarantine.
With the strong support of the private sector, the DA, is confident that it can achieve its goal, “Masagang ani at mataas na kita” and a food- secure Philippines with prosperous farmers and fishermen.”
Jennylle Tupaz, Ayala Malls President shares, “We continue our mission in uplifting the lives of the Filipinos during these unprecedented times. BuyANI is geared to help Filipino farmers sell their fresh produce and rebuild their business as they steadily get back on their feet and push forward. We understand the struggles of the heroes of our agriculture industry and local restaurateurs alike. By bringing them closer to the consumers through this project, we hope we are able to help alleviate some of their difficulties and contribute positively to the industry as a whole.”
Ayala Malls would like to remind all shoppers that recommended health protocols such as physical distancing and wearing of face masks and face shields should be followed, and that in the spirit of sustainability and caring for the environment, purchases are plastic bag-free and shoppers must bring their own ecobags.
For more information about the BuyANI Market, visit and follow @iloveayalamalls on Instagram and Ayala Malls on Facebook for more information.