Some 143 micro, small, medium enterprises (MSMEs) are poised to join the “Likha ng Central Luzon (LCL) Trade Fair 2022.”
The 24th edition of the trade fair shall be held October 26-30 at MegaTrade Hall B of SM Mega Mall.
According to Department of Trade and Industry Small and Medium Enterprise Development Division Chief Warren Serrano, this year’s LCL will have more non-food participants.
“We have around 63 food participants and 80 non-food participants coming from the seven provinces of the region,” he said in a Philippine Information Agency report.
Exhibitors from Aurora are expected to showcase their Sabutan products, cacao products, bags, coconut-based products like coco jams and wood crafts while Bataan MSMEs will showcase marine products, brooms, bags and cashew products.
Bulacan will showcase its jewelry, furniture, meat products, home decorations and delicacies.
Entrepreneurs from Nueva Ecija, on the other hand, will showcase their barongs, pasteurized milk and dairy products, meat products and handicrafts.
Meanwhile, Pampanga participants will showcase their lanterns, delicacies, sweets, curtains, home decorations, and handicrafts.
Lastly, Tarlac MSMEs will sell their juices, and healthy drinks, peanut butter products and wood crafts while Zambales will promote mango-based products, bags, and many more.