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Puerto Princesa Councilor Matthew Mendoza can’t wait to see the planned Agri Pinoy Trading Center in his city.

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The trading center, the politiko posted on Facebook, will be where farmers and local producers can showcase and sell their products. Moreover, it will house spaces for training farmers and teaching them new technology.

There would also be venues for conferences and a deck where tourists could view the market and the surrounding areas.

All these are intended to help the people who produce our food, and the sooner it’s completed, the better!

“The Agri Pinoy Trading Center is for Farmers and local producers to sell and showcase their products, a site for organic produce and includes venues for training and learning new technology, a proposed event center good for conferences etc and a third level for tourists to view the market below and the view surrounding the Center. A high level Tabuan indeed. Thank you Department of agriculture with support from the city and provincial governments,” Mendoza posted on Facebook.