Our story

SariSuki was founded in 2020 as a response to the COVID pandemic and part of the founders' mission of empowering communities around the country.

To enrich the lives of communities by providing a platform to help themselves

We strive to offer supermarket-quality products at wet market prices while helping others make a decent living.

During the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Brian Cu's (one of our founders) wife, Kate, started selling fruits and vegetables to her community. By consolidating the orders in her area, Kate managed to buy fresh produce in bulk and offer her products at discounted prices.

She wasn't alone in doing this. All over the country, community sellers started providing the needs of their neighborhood. Inspired by this amazing collective behavior, the team at SariSuki found that this was an actual business model in countries like China and Indonesia - Community Group Buying.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is SariSuki?

SariSuki is a community selling and buying platform that helps people become online grocery sellers in their neighborhood and offers fresh and affordable grocery items to buyers.  

How do I become a SariSuki seller?

You can become a Ka-Sari Community Leader by simply downloading our SariSuki app from Google Play or the Apple App Store. Once you have the app, register your virtual store. Successful Community Leaders have the potential to earn anywhere from ₱30,000 to ₱50,000 every month.

What are the Serviceable Area of Sarisuki?

You can sell and buy fresh grocery items in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal. SariSuki continues to expand, follow us on our social media to keep updated on our expansion.

How to Order as Ka-Suki Customer at SariSuki?

Go to SariSuki webstore and use our store finder then choose the community leader or seller near you. Add your grocery items to your cart and complete your online purchase. Your Community Leader will contact you once your order is available for pick up. 

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