#DTIMalasakit Stories

 

Local entrepreneurs share success stories in the industry, made possible through the help of Department programs and initiatives.

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A portrait of Ms. Rojani Abeleda, owner of Honey's Homebakes
The recipe for cakes and pastries is changing, as bakers produce delicacies that are a feast for both the taste buds and eyes of their customers. This story of a local baker from Occidental Mindoro is the kind that hits close to home to entrepreneurs who found themselves shifting from
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Tinnie's Creamy and Crunchy Peanut Butter
Peanut Butter with none of the guilt? Tinnie’s Food Products made it possible. Tinnie’s Food Products is a manufacturer of food spreads and other food products and is well known for its creamy and crunchy peanut butter. Moreover, they are the premier peanut butter manufacturer in the town of Odiongan,
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“Gusto ko pong lumago ang aking sari-sari store na naumpisahan dahil dito ngayon nakikita ang mga pangunahing bilihin ng mga tao,” says Ida Hilvano from Jaro, Leyte.  A woman, together with her husband, Mario, once started a bakeshop in their barangay in 2009. Both did not have the know-how in business.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended businesses nationwide. While most stores temporarily closed or limited their services, Marle Noble decided to look for alternative solutions to continue the business and employment of her store’s personnel. Marle is the cooperator of OTOP.Ph Ginama in Gaston Park, Cagayan de Oro. The store was
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