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City Government of Kidapawan and DA12 bring back “Kadiwa ni Ani at Kita” to provide more agri-fishery supplies

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NEWS | 2021/02/04 | LKRO


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City Government of Kidapawan and DA12 bring back “Kadiwa ni Ani at Kita” to provide more agri-fishery supplies
KIDAPAWAN CITY (January 27, 2021) – Consumers in Kidapawan City will have an
opportunity to buy quality and affordable meat such as pork, chicken, beef, fresh fruits
and vegetables and other agricultural products at the “Kadiwa ni Ani at Kuya” outlet that
will be set up in the Pavillon of the City Plaza on January 29, 2021.
This is an undertaking of the City Government of Kidapawan and the Department of
Agriculture (DA) 12 to make agri-fishery products even more accessible to the people
and to make sure that there is a stable food supply in the city.
Kidapawan City Mayor Joseph A. Evangelista through the Office of the City Agriculturist
coordinated with DA12 for the timely and fast installation of “Kadiwa ni Ani at Kita” so
that consumers here will have better options in buying and see for themselves the
ample supply of these particular commodities in the city.
Both local and regional farmers and producers will take part in the said undertaking from
7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Sellers from South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani, and
other parts of Region 12 will display their stocks and buyers have the chance to choose
among the array of market products.
Aside from meat products, plenty of vegetables like pechay, raddish, carrots, squash,
potatoes and fruits like mango, durian, banana, rambutan ang many others will be
readily available upon the opening of Kadiwa.
At the height of the Covid19 pandemic in April 2020, the City Government and DA12
also partnered and came up with the first Kadiwa in Kidapawan aiming to sustain food
supply and ensure that every household had the opportunity to acquire basic
necessities.
Despite the restrictions of the designated quarantine in the city, the activity gave
consumers the chance to buy fresh commodities at an affordable price and without
further going too far.
City Agriculturist Marissa Aton urged consumers from the city and nearby areas to
support Kadiwa as it is aimed to provide accessibility and conveniency as well as safety
in this time of Covid19 pandemic which comprises the program’s main objectives.
(CIO_AJPME/jscj)



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