The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) through its Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion (BDTP) is partnering with Fisher Mall in mounting a Bagsakan event on 20 – 31 August 2022 at the Event Center, Upper Ground Floor of Fisher Mall in Quezon Ave., Quezon City. A ribbon-cutting ceremony with DTI officials and the Fisher Mall management is scheduled on 22 August 2022, 11 a.m. at the venue.

In coordination with the DTI Regional Operations Group (ROG), the event will showcase the best products of 37 micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) from Pangasinan, Bataan, Laguna, Cavite, Quezon, Rizal, Sorsogon, Cebu, Samar, Zamboanga City, Davao Del Sur and the NCR. Consumers, traders, distributors, resellers and institutional buyers from the North NCR and nearby provinces can enjoy great selection of authentic Filipino delicacies, seafood products, processed and frozen meat products, fresh fruits and vegetables, pastries, snacks, healthy beverages, fruit wines, coconut-based products, varieties of Philippine coffee, health and wellness products, home décor and furnishings, fashion accessories, gift and souvenir items, and more.

In partnership with, a farm-to-table e-commerce platform, buyers and consumers can also purchase high volume of fresh produce from the Cagayan Valley region. Bundles of fresh fruits, vegetables, and root crops by smallholders farmers, fruit growers and social cooperatives will be on sale. Pre-orders will be accepted soon at

Consumers may place bulk orders of the Bagsakan products by directly contacting the participating MSMEs, namely Abundance Agri-Tourism Farm, Four H Handicrafts, Alion SEA-Kapit Bisig Association, Ruthy’s Food Products, Amanda’s Marine Products, Gloria’s Delicacies, Magpoc’s Araro Cookies, Terio’s Food Products, Tess Enterprise, Willy’s Cashew Nuts, LuckyGemBiz General Merchandise, Ai-She Footwear, Blue Macay Food Manufacturing Corporation, Harito Food Products, Let Eat Go Food Beverage, Sol’s Italian Food, Switsis Food Products, Pasciolco Agri-Ventures, JMU Belt Collection, Philia Variety Store, Cerra Furniture, Adorno ’72 Home Décor, Island Rkoc Home Décor, Jer Shells Craft Creation Int’l, Ma. Delza’s Native Product, Angie’s Yakan and Handloom Weaving, Nutrarich Nutraceuticals Innovation, RLM7 Enterprise, Papaping’s Baked Boneless Bangus, Starkaffea Corporation, Abby Shoes Manufacturing, Sanja’s Delicacies, Capellan’s Deli Food Products, Diana Stalder by Dermaline, Marc Daniel’s Food Products, YZHNY Enterprise, and Moonlight Handicraft. Their products and full contact information are accessible at the DTI BDTP Facebook page:

For 2022, the BDTP has chalked up 17 Bagsakan activities in collaboration with commercial partners and the DTI Regional Operations Group. As a crisis-response initiative to help ensure the supply of food and essential products while sustaining the livelihoods of farmer groups, small enterprises and social coops, the Bagsakan project has now realized Php 76.62 million in sales and assisted 310 small entrepreneurs from various regions since March 2020. The BDTP continues to explore and build new partnerships for various Bagsakan opportunities that will help MSMEs, farmers and cooperatives generate income amid the pandemic and thereby stimulate the economy. For more updates on upcoming Bagsakan activities, national trade events and other 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

Date of Release: 17 August 2022