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Shopping: Healthy food, plants at Cavite’s Happy Garden

Organic green salad, crispy mushrooms, pure honey bee, and fresh herbs and plants, among others, were some of the items for sale at a pop-up held in Cavite-based malls. 

Shopping: Healthy food, plants at Cavite’s Happy Garden
Sonya’s Garden offers healthy food and wellness products at Cavite’s Happy Garden. 
Cavite’s Happy Garden held recently at SM City Dasmariñas, SM City Bacoor, and SM City Molino presented healthy and natural products from local farmers and small entrepreneurs in Cavite and nearby towns.

It showcased a variety of crops, herbal and medicinal plants, and different organic byproducts. It also featured plants to cater to the growing “plantito” and “plantita” community in the region. 

Cavite’s Happy Garden featured healthy food and wellness options inspired by the beauty and magical experience of Sonya’s Garden in Tagaytay, including fruit jams, Spanish specialties like Tendon Callos in Olive Oil, and its botanicals range of organic skin and hair care products.

Joyce Mushroom Kitchen’s booth had its famous white oyster mushrooms as well as its Mushroom Bagoong and Chili Sauce; while Hive’s and Marshal’s Farm had some of the best raw organic honey.

Plant enthusiasts had plenty of choices from the variety of plants and herbs available at the exhibit. Adorable and minimalist pots, hangers, and plant racks likewise delighted guests.

Topics: Cavite , Happy Garden , SM City Dasmariñas , SM City Bacoor , SM City Molino
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