CITY OF SAN FERNANDO --- Six Pampanga micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are selling their products at the International Food Exhibition (IFEX) at the World Trade Center in Pasay City on May 26-28.
The Kapampangan MSMEs are Aiza’s Sweets, Sasmuan Delicacies, Lola Puring’s Food Products, RPO Fine Foods, John and Mico Food Products, and Lailen’s Pastries.
The popular traders from Pampanga join 15 other exhibitor-MSMEs from Central Luzon which are showcasing their products in the three-day food exhibition organized by the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions, the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) export promotions arm.
The exhibitor-MSMEs from Central Luzon are GMA Farms, Bagakeño Cashew Nuts and Gen. Merchandise, Amanda’s Marine Products, Sta. Maria Dairy, Seven C Corporation, Angel-Spice Mushroom Station, RamC Food Industry, Forturo Foods Manufacturing, RedJ Mushroom Farm, Lola Puring’s Food Products, Apung Ota Brownies and Delicacies, RP Corpus Sales Enterprise, Pindangan MPC, Green Thumb Agri Products and Sonia’s Sweets.
The DTI said the Central Luzon MSMEs---who are among the event's 500 total exhibitors---will feature the best of the region’s food products, including cashew nuts, coco jams, peanut butter, bagoong and dried fish, yogurt and other dairy products, fruit juices, chicharon, mushroom chips, pastries, candies, bottled sweets, processed mangoes and others.
The IFEX, which gives MSMEs an opportunity to launch their products, discover new markets, and transact with big buyers is back in-person this year after just going virtual during the pandemic.
May 27, 2023
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