Pasalubong Center

Handicrafts: Home decors made by women groups in Aleosan.

Marang: Commonly sold along the national highway in Makilala, particularly in Brgy Bulatukan. On peak season , which is between June to August, each fruit is sold for as low as P15 each.

Dragon Fruit: Grown by Pigcawayan councilor Greggy Saljay in their farm in Barangay Presbitero.

Tropical Fruits : Drop by and enjoy tropical fruits at Patulangon Fruit Stand along the National Highway, Sitio Patulangon, Brgy. Malasila, Makilala, Cotabato. These fruits are locally produced by our farmers.

Pastil:  Steamed rice with seasoned shredded native chicken wrapped in banana leaves especially made by our Muslim brothers. Available in the public markets of Kabacan and Pikit. Price range is between P5 to P10 each.

Tinagtag :  A rice-based delicacy which is usually served during special occasions like weddings of the Muslims. Available at the overland terminal and market of Pikit.  Price per pack is usually P10 to P15 each.

Apa : A crunchy delicacyexclusively made and sold in Matalam overland terminal.

Baye-baye: is a sweet Ilonggo delicacy made from scraped young coconut meat, sugar and pinipig. It is a perfect match for coffee or sodas. Available in Pigcawayan market with a price range of P10 to 20 per pack.



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