Farmers Plaza Bazaar resumes operations

Farmers Plaza Bazaar

After months of closure due to the COVID-19 lockdown, Farmers Plaza Bazaar resumes operations
to revitalize Araneta City's offering of quality and affordable goods.

Stalls at the Farmers Plaza Bazaar has started reopening to cater to the needs of bargain-hunters and thrift savvy shoppers. Patrons can once again enjoy the rich selection of clothes, shoes, apparel, and food at a bargain.

With safety prioritized at the City of Firsts, social distancing measures and sanitary regulations are put in place at the bazaar. Merchants are required to wear face mask and face shield at all times. Disinfectants are made available in all kiosks. Floor markings and numerous safety reminders are made visible around the bazaar.

Shoppers are required to wear face mask and face shield in the bazaar to reduce the risk of the pandemic. A company ID or quarantine pass issued by the local government unit is also needed upon entry. Patrons are also advised to bring their own shopping bags to minimize physical contact.

Occupying the whole 4th floor of Farmers Plaza, the bazaar can be easily accessed by EDSA-MRT commuters and Araneta City visitors who are in search of budget-friendly goods.

For shopping convenience, patrons may also use the Araneta City-Zen Personal Shopper and buy items at Farmers Bazaar remotely. Through this service, patrons may book a personal shopper using the MyKuya app on any mobile device to do the shopping and item delivery on their behalf.