ANGELES CITY The city government led by Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin Jr., officially opened a three-day trade fair featuring homegrown organic products.
Dubbed "Mayap a Pupul," the trade fair is in coordination with the Department of Agriculture - Pampanga Office, and the Department of Trade and Industry - Pampanga.
It was officially opened on Thursday, November 24, and will run until November 26, 2022, from 8AM to 8PM at the Plaza Anghel, Museo Ning Angeles.
Angeles City Vice Mayor Vicenta “Vicky” Vega-Cabigting led the opening ceremony of the trade fair.
DA Regional OAP Alternate Focal Person Marie Joy Daguro, Provincial OAP Focal Person Rowena G. Kassem, PH. D., DTI Pampanga Consumer Protection Division Chief Nathaniel Samson, and Barangay Sto. Rosario Captain Rey Cosme, also attended the trade fair opening.
Mayor Lazatin encourages everyone to visit the trade fair and show support to the farmers.
“Ito po ay makakatulong ng malaki sa ating mga kababayan magsasaka, hindi lamang sa kanilang income, kundi pati na rin Suportahan po natin ang ating mga magsasaka at patuloy po nating tangkilikin ang kanilang mga ani,” Lazatin said.
Chief Adviser IC Calaguas and Executive Assistant IV Reina Manuel will manage the trade fair with Angeles City Economic Development and Investment Promotion Office headed by Irish Bonus-Llego.
This year’s theme “Maunlad na Pagsasaka, Garantisado sa Organikong Agrikulturang Sinaliksik” aims to promote organic agriculture by focusing on its importance in enhancing global competitiveness and environmental integrity, increasing food security and safety, and alleviating poverty.
November 26, 2022
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