THE Department of Trade and Industry-Zamboanga Peninsula, in partnership with SM City Mindpro, kicked off the Hechos de Zamboanga, a product exhibit that aims to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in selling their locally-made products on Monday, December 6.

From foods to goods, a wide array of local produce from various entrepreneurs, were showcased in the exhibit. Participating MSMEs include Ruru Mushrooms, Mapzacara MPC, Gab's Creation Handicraft, Sweet Affairs by Lyssa, Nono's Bread and Pastry House, 2K Peanuts, Taza Coffee, Team Healthy, Don Mario Farms, Craftie Maw and Techie Paw, Project Hope, and Philippine Coconut Authority.

Gracing the ribbon-cutting ceremony were DTI-Zamboanga Peninsula Director Al-Zamir Lipae, DTI-Zamboanga City Provincial Director Grace Aduca, Councilor Vicente "Vino" Guingona, and SM City Mindpro Mall Manager Aileen Ann Villa-Enriquez.

"Our MSMEs have been one of the core players in the business industry and with the Hechos de Zamboanga, it is a great avenue for them to highlight the products the city can boast and be proud of. Know that SM will always continue to support such activity," Enriquez said.

Let us support our local entrepreneurs and visit Hechos de Zamboanga Christmas Market at the Ground Level of SM City Mindpro fronting Uniqlo on December 6 to 13.

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