DTI celebrates the launch of Tangerine’s new line of chocolate products in Quezon
The Kakao Integrated Development for Livelihood and Transformation (KIDLAT) successfully introduced a new line of chocolate products from Tangerine at Four K Kakao Farm, Barangay Villa Principe, Gumaca, Quezon.
“Tangerine” is a brand of chocolate products made from cacao grown by local farmers in Quezon and members of the Kakao Integrated Development for Livelihood and Transformation (KIDLAT), an organization of marginalized farmers that Provincial Governor Angelina “Doktora Helen” Tan spearheaded and organized during her incumbency as the 4th District Quezon Representative for the benefit of local farmers to sustain the cacao industry in the province.
The new line of chocolate products from Tangerine includes dark chocolate sugar-free, milk chocolate, dark milk chocolate, Rocky Road Panutsa with mallows, Panutsa Chocolate Peanut Clusters, Mendiants milk chocolate, cashew pineapple chocolate barks, green mango and sea salt chocolate, chocolate spoons (dark, milk, and white), and mocha tablea fine flavor chocolate drink.
Gracing the event were Chairperson of the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce and Entrepreneurship Senator Mark Villar DTI-4A Regional Director Marissa Argente, DTI Quezon Provincial Director Julieta Tadiosa, 4th District Quezon Representative Congressman Mike Tan, Department of Science and Technology (DOST) 4A Regional Director Emelita Bagsit, DOST Quezon Provincial Director Maria Esperanza Jawili, and Department of Agriculture (DA) 4A Regional Director, Milo delos Reyes.