Capitol holds 6-day agro-industrial trade fair

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO — Governor Lilia Pineda led the ribbon-cutting ceremonies in Monday’s opening of the agro-industrial trade fair, one of the highlights of the province’s ongoing 439th founding anniversary.
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Assistant Secretary Angel Pelayo and Provincial Director Leonila Baluyut also joined the governor in the said ceremonies which signaled the start of the six-day agro-industrial trade fair at the Capitol’s Arnedo Park.
After the opening ceremonies, the governor, together with the guests, Provincial Board members and department heads of the provincial government, toured the various stalls which feature native delicacies and products of various small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in various towns of the province.
At one stall, the governor tasted the delicious “duman,” to the delight of guests and visitors who attended the opening ceremonies of the trade fair.
Board Member Nestor Tolentino, chairman of this year’s agro-industrial fair, said that the event is a joint collaboration of the Provincial Government, DTI, Departments of Science and Technology, Interior and Local Government, Agriculture, Agrarian Reform and the Philippine National Police-Pampanga Provincial Office.
Tolentino also acknowledged the active participation of various SMES in the province, ensuring the success of the said event.
The Apung Monica de Minalin Multi-Purpose Cooperative with its processed meat products and mineral water; Sweets and Delicacies Association of Pampanga which include products of NeriMar’s, Lailen’s, Emy’s and Navarro’s; K Anne’s, Wow and Araro products and cookies’ Remzor’s organic products and delicacies; Minalin Poultry Cooperative’s fresh eggs, Edelyn’s peanuts and tilapia produce; and Betis meat products are among the participating SMES in the trade fair.
Other native products and produce on sale at the trade fair include the fruits and vegetables harvested by indigenous peoples from Candaba town; herbal oil and healthy nutritious products of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program beneficiaries; Office of the Provincial Agriculturist; and fruit tree seedlings of Wilson Tree Bank.
Christmas lanterns, decorative pillows, handmade bags and footwear, aluminum and kitchen wares, garden tools, nursery furniture, pottery, handicrafts including paintings and accessories, fabric softener and dishwashing liquid and other products of participating SMEs are also featured in the said trade fair.
Last Monday’s opening event, according to one of the stall managers, was a good day for business as the governor and her guests bought some of their native products. She added that she hopes that more buyers come and visit the trade fair and buy their wares, which will be on display till December 11.
Lydia Rivera of DTI said that they are inviting all government employees, non-government organizations and private individuals to come and visit the agro-industrial trade fair and take advantage of the reasonably priced but quality produce and products of fellow Kapampangans. (PR)


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