SWIMBIKERUN.ph Our Triman Triathlon 2019 THE ANTICIPATION

Posted by Claris Quezon | Posted on July 21, 2019
trying LUBON, traditional basket of Aetas

 

A few more days of anticipation… the Triman Triathlon 2019 our first partnership with SWIMBIKERUN.ph will happen on July 28,2019.

We are so hopeful, that it shall introduce to the event participants what the Haduan Negrito Community produces. All vegetables and fruits are organically harvested as it was not sprayed with any insecticides nor grown with chemical fertilizers.

freshly picked avocado on the way to the storage, for ripening on July 28, 2019 event

We are very simple people and unused to the demands of the urban marketing strategies,  nonetheless, we are ready to take on the challenge of creating sustainable packaging and how to present our produce that is organically grown in our own forest. All indigenous creation of the Aetas will be showcased in this event. Accessories are all made of seed growing in the mountain. We will also showcase traditional delicacies that is cooked in the bamboo shoots, as well as the typical plates, cup, spoon & fork used when we have our gathering. Participants will appreciate the tools used to transport our products from the mountain to the city.

banana heart used for traditional Negrito sinigang
lubon, the traditional basket used to transport vegetables and fruits, it is made out of forest reeds
traditional staples
traditional cup.spoon & fork, and the bracelet

Ate Gloria preparing my avocado on a banana leaves basket
Ate Gloria with my avocado basket
my basket on my way down
our future marketing strategist
we are excited to show what we have learned

 

We are counting the days, preparing for the event to take place….hoping and wishing that our first venture will be as HAPI as it can be. Come and join us in Fontana Clark on July 28, 2019. Excited to see you all. #HAPIkami #katutubo at HAPI

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