M.Anila, Philippines – A virtual formal toast with custom pieces of wood marked the official start of the four-day Can NA! Food and Travel Festival 2020 on Tuesday (September 15)? With chocolate, coffee, and tea light. ????
“This year, we have restructured Ken NA! In a virtual event. And by doing so, we’re really expanding our platform and will now be able to reach a wider audience online. We have tailored this year’s program to the needs of our stakeholders. Cain NA 2020 seeks to prepare our stakeholders for the transition to a new routine. Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Pewat, who was leading the virtual toast, said.
Philippine Products, in partnership with Ayala Malls, highlighted the beginning of the Virtual Festival’s thematic approach. Virtual Symposium during September? 15-18? The Food Tourism Exchange will feature some notable chocolates, impressive coffee businesses and new and relaxing tea experiences across the country. ????
“I’ve been inspired by how communities have gathered around food during an epidemic. By publishing serious kitchen videos that donate food to our front liners celebrating our sacred heritage, and farmers , Ordering home delivery to help small businesses, and restaurants. People have found ways to make a living and keep our people alive. And food has been the center of them all. The Philippines recognizes the spirit of hospitality.
One of the highlights of this year is the “Can NA”. Trading Post, an online store featuring Filipino products. The online store www.kainnastore.com will be open for one month.
The online learning module is essential for food and farm tourism stakeholders and other micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in partnership with the Department of Commerce and Industry’s CTRL + BIZ Reboot Now program. Will offer commerce training. Google, Facebook, Zumato, At In, Grab Food, Jackash, Air21, and Lazada.
Food Tourism 101 will feature Margarita Faris, J.J. Yolo, Ivan Man Dye, and Michael Cruise of Clock, who share food tourism, market tours, food hotspots, and other inspiring food tourism experiences. Will offer competent experience.
“Ken Na is a celebration of our heritage and culture. For the past two years, we have been happy to share this opportunity with the Department of Tourism, as we work together to promote our country for local and international tourism, “said Janella Topaz, President of Isla Malls. Are
Grab a can of cans! Tile the Home app of the Catch app to increase the search for partner merchants. To further promote the project, the Guide to the Philippines published a comprehensive guide to the essentials of Tuscult, Cape, and Tsa Bains across the country. Zumato will also highlight Ken! In the feature of their collection.
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