More Kadiwa stores open in NCR

More Kadiwa stores open in NCR

By Liezelle Soriano

MANILA — Following the simultaneous nationwide launch of the “Kadiwa ng Pasko” project in Mandaluyong City last week, more Kadiwa stores opened on Friday in other parts of Metro Manila.

Among the stores opened to serve the public was the Kadiwa outlets in Caloocan City (Caloocan City Hall-South), Quezon City (VMMC Kadiwa Store, ADC Kadiwa Store-DA Central Office), Paranaque City (Petron station-Bgy. San Antonio, Paranaque City Hall), Pasig City (Petron Station-San Joaquin), Mandaluyong City (Farmers Collectives, The Podium, California Gardens Plaza), Las Piñas City (Shepherd Parish Manuela Pamplona 3, Southland Estate Town House), Makati City (Makati City Hall)and Cainta, Rizal (Liwasang Bayan).

Officials from the city stated that they want people to buy locally made goods and that they anticipate the Kadiwa ng Pasko initiative will deliver inexpensive but high-quality food and presents.

A kilo of sugar costs P70 and a kilo of rice costs P25, both of which are significantly less expensive than the prices at which they are offered in private stores and supermarkets.

Numerous farmers and fishermen are expected to profit from the Kadiwa ng Pasko scheme of the Marcos administration, which also benefits local consumers in the face of rising costs for essential commodities.

The Office of the Press Secretary said that on November 29, at least 28 Kadiwa ng Pasko sites will be opened across the country.


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