Heartilicious 5 Trade Fair, organized by the Samahan ng mga Rizalenyo sa Sektor ng Agrikultura at Pagkain (SARAP) and DTI Rizal Provincial Office with T & C Logistics as partner, was launched February 5 at Robinsons Place Antipolo.
Twenty nine MSMEs offering various products will participate in this 10-day marketing event while observing health protocols.
The annual Valentine special trade fair, which will be held February 5 to 14, showcases both food and non-food products from micro entrepreneurs of Rizal Province.
Exhibitors from all over Rizal showcase quality locally-made products of the province. These include pasalubong grocer, desserts, gifts, arts and crafts, bags, shoes, PPEs, RTW, health and wellness products, fresh produce, plants and many more.
DTI Provincial Director Desiderio Jurado III, SARAP President Marivic Olegario, Antipolo City Tourism Officer Mar Bacani, Robinson’s Place Marketing Manager Carlota Reyes and other SARAP officers cut the ceremonial ribbon.
Robinsons Place Antipolo is ideally situated at the junction of Sumulong Highway and Circumferential Road and host to the new public transportation terminal.
The mall is a major attraction of Antipolo. It is in the middle of the city – and close to all important landmarks – yet provides an escape from the bustling activities of the city proper.
Samahan ng mga Rizaleño sa Sektor ng Agrikultura at Pagkain, Inc. is the organization of micro entrepreneurs in the province of Rizal engaged in the production, sale and distribution of delicious and quality food products that are uniquely favored by Filipinos and foreigners alike.
The Department of Trade and Industry serves as the main economic catalyst that enables innovative, competitive, job generating inclusive businesses. It develops policies and programs aimed at sustaining the growth and development of the Philippine economy.
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