I learned about the art of making of salabat tea during my boy scout days, then the art of making your own mint tea, its very effective if you have those leafy greeny plants in your backyard, but what happens if you ran out of leaf ? Enter now the instant mix and tea, Last January I bought this local made lemongrass tea in Bacolod City, its a one of a kind tea for me, because I never saw that in a our grocery, I realized that we have lots of good products in our provinces, now I wonder that why do they have less presence in our grocery? is it a good time to have a supermarket that offers and sell all-pinoy products? hmmm
Let's support our national food produced and products this March 26-30, 2014 in SM Megatrade Hall 1-3 for the Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair.
HERBAL TEAS AND HEALTH DRINKS. Health buffs looking for organic products, herbal teas and drinks, as well as nutritious food supplements will have their pick from the growing number of entrepreneurs in this category. Philippine herbal medicine is starting to gain acceptance as a viable, cheaper alternative to Western drugs.
Keeping alive traditional Filipino home remedies, organic herbal teas produced by the marginalized farmers, fishermen, women, and indigenous peoples of Antique will be among the many products on exhibit at the upcoming Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair to be held from March 26-30, 2014, to be held from March 26-30, 2014, at SM Megatrade Halls 1-3, 5th Level, Building B, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.
With about half of Filipino MSMEs (micro, small, and medium enterprises) engaged in the food and beverage sector, the Department of Trade & Industry’s Bureau of Domestic Trade (DTI-BDT) is bringing together more than 200 exhibitors from the country’s 16 regions to showcase the best of Philippine food products, promote the country as a culinary destination, and provide business opportunities to entrepreneurs nationwide.
Dubbed Piling-Piling Pagkaing Pilipino, this edition of the Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair will showcase a seafood pavilion as well as a pili nut pavilion. Also available will be coffee from Benguet, unoy rice from Kalinga, empanada from Ilocos, longanisa from Vigan, Ivatan yellow rice from Batanes, sans rival from Pampanga, cashew nuts from Palawan, smoked fish from Cavite, suman sa lihiya from Oriental Mindoro, laing and pinangat from Albay, snack food from Iloilo, chicharon from Cebu, moron from Leyte, juices from Zamboanga, processed meat from Misamis Oriental, coco sugar from Davao del Sur, tablea from Agusan del Sur, and many more mouthwatering delicacies from all over the country.
For more information, contact the DTI-Bureau of Domestic Trade at telephone no. 751-3223, fax no. 751-3224, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please “Like” the Facebook page www.facebook.com/sikatpinoyfairs for updates on Sikat Pinoy events