Products sold during the two-day Bagsakan, including mangoes, dilis, cashew, corn, potato chips, and more.

The Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion (BDTP) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in coordination with the DTI-Region III, DTI-Bulacan, and DTI-Bataan held its 4th and 5th Bagsakan on 27 and 29 April at the DTI Head Office Parking Area to support MSMEs from Bulacan and Bataan and the Bataan mango growers. The MSMEs were Amanda’s Marine Products, Beakris House of Goodies, Gloria’s Delicacies, Gracielo’s Cashew Products, Magpoc’s Araro Cookies, Mama Cili Bangus Sardines, and Joyful Garden Farm Organic Farmers Association, Inc.

The two-day Bagsakan sold out 4.7 tons of Bataan mangoes and generated Php 843,152 total sales continuing the success of BDTP’s Bagsakan project. Through the project and social media accounts more MSMEs, local farmers and fruit growers will showcase their products. The event was marketed online and orders from the public were taken before the event.

The BDTP and the DTI Regional and Provincial Offices proudly support Filipino MSMEs and the government in adherence to the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act” and relevant issuances that ensure the availability of goods, particularly food and medicine.

Watch out for the next Bagsakan on May 7 (Thursday) at the DTI Head Office. On sale will be Zambales mangoes, Pampanga watermelons, salted eggs, fried itik, Bulacan organic rice, Nueva Ecija dairy products, Tarlac vegetables, Bataan araro, bagoong, nilasing na hipon, ready to eat dilis, pusit cashew nuts, and other Filipino delicacies. Follow DTI-BDTP on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube to get the latest news and updates. ♦

Date of Release: 30 April 2020