Maguindanao Royal Traditional Handicrafts has a lot of things to offer about Maguindanao culture. Most of its products are totally made of inaul, the traditional woven cloth of the Maguindanaon. It is the Maguindanao word for “woven”. With Inaul, Maguindanao Royal Traditional Handicrafts does not only provide with colorful and intricately designed cloth. With it, it gives a piece of Maguindanao’s culture and tradition; something that symbolizes how committed they are as well in preserving what they have.
Rio Grande Pusaw Handicrafts Association is proud to sell products that are made up of water hyacinth stalk; processed into ladies bags, souvenir bags, pen holders, coin purse, leis, ref magnets, coasters, placemats, table runners and other novelty items of your choice.
Great Harvest Food Industry is a local chocolatier and maker of special food products mainly natural salad dressing, dried fruits and other gourmet foods mostly made from locally produced raw materials. In 2012, Great Harvest began developing and processing its first product, the Dried Fruits- Mango, Coconut, Pineapple, Jackfruit and Papaya which are sourced from local farms of SOCSKSARGEN. From a small production line located in the heart of General Santos City, the processing of the product is done using a state-of-the-art equipment and quality standard procedures by well-trained and hardworking personnel. As food handler, the company puts utmost importance on sanitation and training as key factors in sustaining the production of high quality products. In 2014, out of great passion for creativeness and innovation, as well as the heart for helping improve the local community, Great Harvest has ventured into its new product line, the personalized and handmade chocolates made from premium ingredients. In the following year, in 2015, through careful study, experimentations, and consultations, Great Harvest also came up with its own formulation and launched its ‘no-preservative’ natural salad dressing made from local fruits and vegetables. Great Harvest is working hand-in-hand with the local farmers by patronizing their produce such as pineapple, mango, passion fruit and other produce that can be used by the company to make high quality products. Striving to be among the top suppliers of special food products in the region, Great Harvest opened an outlet at SM Mall and KCC Mall GenSan in 2015 to September 2017, and is now supplying its chocolates and salad dressing to main stores and hotels in Mindanao. The high quality and goodness of our products continue to pave the way for us to expand our market to the different tourist spots in the country, including Boracay and Palawan. Currently, Great Harvest is now on its way of introducing its newest and interesting innovation – the Gourmet Tuyo – a specially prepared dried fish in a very tasteful unique sauce, which is also made from our local products. Our commitment and continued efforts to be the leading maker of unique and high quality products is our way of serving and delighting our customers, as well as supporting our local community and contribute to a Greater Gensan.
Guaranteed best tasting chili garlic sauce and spice blended vinegar under the brand name Dandom's are the sought after quality products by Daily Grace Enterprise, a micro enterprise started in 2015 in General Santos City. These condiments are made from locally sourced fresh raw materials from rural farmers in Sarangani Province. It is produced in a newly put up FDA accredited facility founded by a food technologist with a vision of producing export quality condiments and giving economic opportunities to rural farmers and marginalized women in their community.
You may visit our website www.dandoms.com for more info about our company.
Currently these products are available in local groceries such as KCC Mall of Gensan and 138 Hypermart and in some Tuna Shops and Meat Shops in the city. SAFI Meat Shop, City Central Meat Shops, Citra Mina Seaffod Market, Immanuel Tuna, VL Food Products, Sofia Tuna Traders, Jo-Ann's Refreshment, Yolly's Palabok, Senda's Siakoy House, I.P Antipolo BBQ and Jomun's Kamayan are some of their product outlets.
Back in the year 1950, the late Jose Cunanan Deonoso was engaged in the cattle raising business. As the cattle grew in number, so was the milking cows which produced more milk. Her mother, the late Maria Cunanan Deonoso tried the idea of making it as pastillas to avoid putting the milk to waste. It was a trial and error process until she was able to perfect the right texture and taste of the pastillas we have today.
We do not put any preservatives or additives.
It makes our product a healthy alternative to anyone’s sweet cravings.