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DTI Bagsakan goes to Fisher Mall Malabon 

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is set to serve more consumers with the best Filipino products from various provinces in its upcoming Bagsakan to be held on September 20-30, 2022 at the 3F Event Center of Fisher Mall Malabon to jumpstart the festive mood of the BER Months.

Organized by the DTI- Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion (BDTP) in coordination with the DTI Regional Operations Group, and in partnership with Fisher Mall Malabon, the upcoming event shall mark the 19th Bagsakan activity of the year following the success of the recent 12-day Bagsakan in Fisher Mall Quezon Avenue, Quezon City which generated Php 4.43 million sales and assisted 37 MSMEs from different regions.

Institutional buyers, distributors, retailers, resellers, and the buying public in the NCR and nearby provinces can enjoy a wide range of quality local products from Nueva Vizcaya, Bataan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, Quezon, Sorsogon, Cebu, Samar, Zamboanga, and NCR.

The Bagsakan will showcase a great selection of food, beverages, health and wellness products, handwoven products, fashion and accessories, handicrafts, homestyle items, gifts and souvenirs, and more. Buyers shall also have the opportunity to meet and directly negotiate with the exhibitors namely, Four H Handicrafts, Alion SEA-Kapit Bisig Association, Amanda’s Marine Products, Gloria’s Delicacies, Magpoc’s Araro Cookies, Ruthy’s Food Products, Terio’s Food Products, Tess Enterprise, Willy’s Cashew Nuts, LuckyGemsBiz & General Merchandise, Sweetstyle Bead Shop, Harito Food Products, Let Eat Go & Beverage, Stalder Group of Companies, Switsis Food Products, JMU Belt Collection, Philia, Pasciolco Agri Ventures, Cerra Furniture & Home Décor/Isla de Mazitas, JER Shellcraft Creation, Ma. Delza’s Native Product, Angie’s Yakan Handloom Weaving, Abby Shoes, Cactus & Canvas, Capellan’s Deli Food Products, Evelyn’s Trading, Kitchen Witchery Ventures, Inc., Kyla’s Amazing Soybeans, Marc Daniel’s, Marissa’s Foods, Moonlight Handicrafts, Reon Foods Mfg., RLM7 Enterprise, Sanja’s Delicacies, Starkaffea, and Vien’s Cakes and Café. In preparation for the event, the DTI reminds consumers and visitors that health and safety protocols like wearing facemasks and social distancing will be implemented. For a more convenient shopping experience, buyers may view the featured products on the BDTP Facebook page (DTI.BDTP) and directly place pre-orders with the MSMEs.

The Bagsakan Special Project started as a crisis-response initiative in 2020 in support of the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act. It is aimed at helping ensure the supply of food and essential products for consumers and at the same time, assist farmers, fruit growers, social cooperatives, and MSMEs to market their product and generate income amid the pandemic. For 2022, the BDTP has already organized 18 Bagsakan events which generated Php 33.57 million in sales and assisted 332 MSMEs, small holder farmers social coops.

For more information on upcoming Bagsakan activities, national fairs and marketing programs for MSMEs, join the DTI-BDTP Community on Viber and follow us on Facebook and Instagram (DTI.BDTP), Twitter (DTI_BDTP), and Tiktok (DTI.BDTP) or email BDTP Director Marievic M. Bonoan at bdtp@dti.gov.ph

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