Batangas’ Office of the Provincial Agriculturist will reopen the Community Food Market at the capitol this month.
It will feature the products of small and medium enterprises and livelihood associations.
The project was successfully held in 2022 and recorded P1.8 million in sales for the participants.
The OPAg was able to organize 12 community food markets last year.
Since its launch in May, the number of associations of farmers and fisherfolk, as well as cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprises participating in the community food market has grown.
Provincial Agriculturist Rodrigo Bautista the the aim of the food market was to bring the market closer to the people and to help promote Batangas products to a wider audience.