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Monday, April 22, 2013

La Carlota Agro-Trade Fair 2013


Local produce of La Carlota City from root crops, fruits, vegetables, ornamental plants, among others are displayed and even offered for sale in an affordable prices in this business fair.

This agro trade fair is a part of the various activities in the week-long La Carlota Pasalamat Festival which kicks off, Apri 22 and culminates on April 25.

Other wholesome feature and family fun-filled togetherness which could be seen and be enjoyed in this week-long activities may include the following: horse back riding, laro ng lahi, and many more.

Yo may take your time and visit the place, La Carlota City and enjoy the fun of this festival.

The following pictures are taken from the present display of produce in this trade fair located at Locsin-Ledesma Avenue, just within the premises of La Carlota City Gymnasium:



I visited this trade fair late this afternoon and took the above pictures. Before I went home, I made some canvas of fruits, particularly avocado which is my favorite. A kilo of which costs Php35.00, which consists of 3 pieces or fruits of avocado. It is quite reasonable and affordable. As I went home, I bought fresh cow's milk in a medium plastic bottle for Php40.00

In this summer, you may come here in La Carlota and buy of their produce which is nutritious, and energy-giving which everyone's pocket could afford to get.


17 comments:

  1. This agro fair is definitely worth participating for. Not only the traders would enjoy the benefit but also the kids since it has other educational functions.

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  2. I am so sure this event was a total success. 35 pesos/kilo of Avocado. Not bad. Fave ko rin po ang avocado.

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  3. This is a unique trade-fair. Our government should look into this kind of trading goods, not only that they can help farmers but also help them in their way of living.

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  4. I'm fond of attending Agri Trade Fair when I was still living in Philippines. It's a good avenue to buy agricultural products and to know newest trends about farming.

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  5. This kind of trade fair benefits both the seller and buyer, because the buyers can get the products in a lower price compared to when it is already in the market, while the seller can sell their products with better margins because there are no middle men involved.

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  6. Prices are about the same as what we have in Divisoria. But I'm sure it's a different feeling when you're buying from someplace far and it's in the middle of a festival.

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  7. Trade fairs like this always benefits those areas in the countryside not only that you can get a fair price, you'll know too that it is fresh.

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  8. I'm glad that there is a trade fair in Carlota. That agro fair is good for that province because it can help create livelihood for the locals.

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  9. This is the kind of fair that will benefit everyone including our local farmers. We can eat/buy healthy produce at an affordable price. Hope there will be more fairs like this :)

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  10. Poor me...Seriously, I don't even know where La Carlota City is :(

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  11. I think this is a nice way to encourage mini agriculture projects in the area and also a very healthy food alternative too.

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  12. If La Carlota products will be available and sold every day or in a scheduled market once a week after the conduct of this activity, masasabing tagumpay nga ang trade fair na ito. and I do hope, it happen... :)

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  13. If La Carlota products will be available and sold every day or in a scheduled market once a week after the conduct of this activity, masasabing tagumpay nga ang trade fair na ito. and I do hope, it happen... :)

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  14. I have to agree with sir Robi and I would love to spend time visiting Negros Occidental to witness the La Carlota City pasalamat festival

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  15. The fresh fruits and vegetables sounds exciting, added the cheap price. What can you ask for? This is something a family would enjoy doing, not only for the foods of course but also for the other activities just like the horse back riding.

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  16. I love anything related to plants! I hope people here in my place would set up an Agro-Trade Fair too! =)

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  17. Sulit talaga ang mga nabili mo, Sir Gil. I want the fresh cow's milk :)

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