The annual event that has been put up by the DTI – Bureau of Domestic Trade called Sikat Pinoy, a national domestic trade fair to provide Filipino entrepreneurs with a venue to showcase their products and expand their market presence. This is in line with the DTI-BDT’s mandate to promote the domestic market for MSMEs.
DTI-BDT said that with almost half of the Filipino MSMEs has food and beverage business, it is once again bringing together more that 250 exhibitors from the country’s 16 regions for the Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair to be held at the SM Megamall Megatrade Halls.
DTI Secretary Gregory L. Domingo and other DTI officials will formally open the event at 2:00pm on Wednesday, March 26.
Piling-piling Pagkaing Pilipino
Coffee from Benguet, Unoy Rice from Kalinga, Empanada from Ilocos, Longanisa from Vigan, Ivatan Yellow, Rice from Batanes, Sans Rival from Pampanga, Cashew Nuts from Palawan, Smoked Fish from Cavite, Suman sa Lihiya from Oriental Mindorom, Laing and Pinangat from Albay, Snack Food from Iloilo, Chicharon from Cebu, Moron from Leyte, Juices from Zamboanga, Processed Meat from Misamis Oriental, Coco Sugar from Davao del Sur, Tablea from Agusan del Sur, and more mouthwatering delicacies.
The fair will run from March 26 to the 30, 2014.
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