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Sophisticated shopping further expands in Iloilo

Following the opening of The Marketplace at Festive Walk in Iloilo in October, the premium grocery continues to offer Ilonggo shoppers access to all the freshest and finest products as it opens its second branch in the city at Plazuela Dos in Mandurriao. 

The Marketplace brings to Plazuela Dos in Mandurriao, Iloilo an extensive selection of local and international products, including pastries, meats, wines, fresh produce, and exclusive brands like Waitrose and Casino, among others.
The opening of the second The Marketplace in Iloilo marks the chain’s latest effort in bringing sophisticated shopping to more Filipino families, bringing more variety as well as great convenience and comfort to its surroundings.

“We are delighted to bring a second The Marketplace store to Iloilo so more Ilonggos can enjoy a different, upscale grocery experience,” says The Marketplace vice president for non-food merchandising Kerwin Legarde. 

He adds, “Our wide array of fresh picks and quality items from all over the world, along with impeccable customer service in a thoughtfully designed space make sure your shopping enjoyment is taken to a whole new level.”

The Marketplace has transformed the ordinary grocery experience into a premium grocery and lifestyle shopping with unique and extensive selection of local and international products that include exclusive brands like Waitrose from the UK and Casino from France, as well as the best deals and in-store promotions. 

Visit www.rustansfresh.com for more information.

Topics: The Marketplace , Festive Walk , Plazuela Dos , Madurriao
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