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First Merkado Supermarket Opens In UP Town Center

AyaGold is giving grocery shopping a new meaning with Merkado Supermarket. The first Merkado Supermarket is located at U.P. Town Center opens a couple of weeks ago. Amidst the emerging gastro-hub of Quezon City and with the community in mind, the mid-market supermarket boasts of an extensive line of local and imported goods, as well as a wide range of fresh and grocery items, rotisserie and wine selection carefully handpicked for those with a discerning taste. Shopping at Merkado Supermarket will be a breeze, weaving through the supermarket’s wide aisles, clean layout, and organized sections. Can’t find your way around the supermarket? Merkado Supermarket’s friendly staff will be around to lend assistance. Buying groceries is made more convenient with all cashiers accepting cash and card transactions.

First Merkado Supermarket Opens In UP Town Center

Surrounded by the country’s most renowned academic institutions, a growing residential and business community, Merkado Supermarket fosters a sociable environment enabling family, friends, classmates and colleagues to gather or chat while picking out their favorite snacks or choosing their preferred cuts of meat. In Merkado Supermarket, shoppers are invited to enjoy the relaxing shopping experience.

A Haven of Specialties 

Carrying over 20,000 merchandises and spanning 3,900 sqm of floor area, Merkado Supermarket is set to have something for each type of shopper.

First Merkado Supermarket Opens In UP Town Center

First Merkado Supermarket Opens In UP Town Center

Let the aroma of freshly baked goods lure you in for more in depth discussions over warm breads or sweet pastries. Exclusively prepared for the supermarket, the bakery will feature local favorites and new special items such as their Japanese cheesecake. For family gatherings or weekend getaways, head on over to the rotisserie for grilled or barbecue specials. Health enthusiasts are definitely in for a treat as the supermarket’s extensive fresh produce section, which makes up 30% of the supermarket’s mix, will also have a salad bar, cut fruits, a juicing station, and even Japanese corn with a choice between fresh or cooked. Asian cuisine also gets a fair share with featured spices and various kinds of sushi. Those with a green thumb can get their hands on potted herbs, while the romantics at heart can surprise their loved ones with special floral arrangements from the store’s resident florist.


Merkado Supermarket 
U.P. Town Center, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City

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