Metro Manila fans of Aida’s Chicken’s Bacolod inasal, El Ideal’s delicacies and Tumandok Crafts’s decors have a chance to purchase these products, among others, as the Negros trade fair returns to Glorietta Mall this month.
Now on its 31st year, the Negros Trade Fair is tagged as the longest running provincial trade fair. This year’s edition will see over 100 booths selling the best of Negros products and services from Association of Negros Producers, Inc. (ANP) members and Negrense manufacturers.
Products range from food, natural and organic items, fashion accessories and garments, furniture and furnishings, gifts, décor and housewares, and tourism. Social enterprises also get a chance to present their goods at the fair to support their respective advocacies.
Aside from supporting small and medium enterprises in Negros, trade fair visitors will also witness the kind of care Negrenses have for their environment, as this year’s theme, “Biodiversity in Tourism” tackles the Biodiversity situation in the region reflected through their products.
The Negros Trade Fair is a non-profit program of ANP, which aims to provide SMEs in Negros an affordable venue to showcase their individual ingenuity and a platform for possible export trade. It is held annually in Metro Manila since 1985.
The fair will run from Sept. 14 to 18 at the Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City.