DOT’s Philippine Harvest celebrates Philippine-Spanish culinary traditions through regional cuisine

By Patricia Bianca S. Taculao

The recent Philippine Harvest, a trade fair that showcases different products from around the country, focused on the culinary traditions shared between the Philippines and Spain.

Dubbed “Sabores de España,” the four-day fair highlighted food, fresh produce, and artisanal products from Ilocos, MIMAROPA, Central Visayas Region, Zamboanga Peninsula, CARAGA Region, and the NCR.

The fair was organized by the Department of Tourism (DOT), in participation with SSI (Store Specialists, Inc.) Group, Central Square, the Embassy of Spain, and the Tourism Operations Board.

In the meantime, the DOT-accredited travel and tour operators assisted customers and shoppers on their different travel needs. The fair hopes to promote local produce as well as tourism to the different regions in the country.

For more information, visit the Department of Tourism (DOT).

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Patricia Bianca S. Taculao
Patricia Taculao, or Patty as she likes to be called, is a content producer for Manila Bulletin Digital Lifestyle. She graduated from University of Santo Tomas with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She loves to spend her free time, reading, painting, and watching old movies.

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