70 Central Luzon MSMEs join virtual trade fair
Some 70 micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) from Central Luzon participated in the One Town One Product (OTOP) Virtual Trade Fair 2020, according to the Philippine Information Agency.
The four-day event, from September 24-28, was livestreamed daily at the OTOP Philippines Facebook page and could be accessed by guests, buyers and sellers at www.virtualtradeexpoph.com.
“This is being participated by MSMEs from different parts of the country who have undergone product development assistance such as product cliniquing, labeling and design assistance under the OTOP Next Generation project,” Department of Trade and Industry Regional Director Judith Angeles said.
Central Luzon MSMEs exhibited and sold quality products such as Sabutan and beauty products from Aurora; handicrafts and marine products from Bataan; and sweets and delicacies and wood products from Bulacan.
Also featured at the fair were linen, herbal and dairy products from Nueva Ecija; delicacies, nuts and leathercraft from Pampanga; sauces, condiments and macramé products from Tarlac; and processed fruit, bayong, bags and face masks from Zambales.
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