DOST and Royal Government of Bhutan Representatives Explore Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc Commissary

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[Parañaque, June 13] – The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) recently organized an industrial visit to the Commissary of Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc, a leading Filipino fast food chain. The visit was held in collaboration with representatives from the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Employment from the Royal Government of Bhutan, as part of their Industrial Visit, SME Promotion, and FPI (Food Processing Industry) program.

The industrial visit aimed to foster knowledge sharing and promote cross-cultural collaboration between the Philippines and Bhutan in the field of food processing and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The delegation, consisting of officials, entrepreneurs, and industry experts, had the opportunity to explore Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc’s commissary, gaining insights into the company’s operations, processes, and best practices.

Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc, renowned for its authentic Pinoy-vorite meals wrapped in banana leaves, opened its doors to the delegation, showcasing its commitment to quality, innovation, and sustainable practices. The visit provided a unique opportunity for the Royal Government of Bhutan representatives to witness firsthand the success story of Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc and gain valuable insights into the fast food industry in the Philippines.

The representatives from the Royal Government of Bhutan expressed their appreciation for the warm reception and the opportunity to learn from Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc’s experiences. They were particularly impressed by the company’s focus on preserving traditional Filipino culinary practices while incorporating modern food processing techniques and sustainable packaging solutions.

“We are grateful to have had the opportunity to visit the Commissary of Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc. The insights gained during this visit will contribute significantly to our efforts in promoting SMEs and developing the food processing industry in Bhutan,” said the representative from the Royal Government of Bhutan. “We were impressed by Binalot’s commitment to quality, sustainability, and the preservation of cultural heritage. We look forward to exploring potential collaborations and implementing best practices learned from this visit.”

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) emphasized the importance of such collaborative visits in strengthening international partnerships and facilitating the exchange of knowledge and expertise. Through initiatives like the Industrial Visit, SME Promotion, and FPI program, DOST aims to support the growth of SMEs and foster economic development through the sharing of best practices, technology transfer, and capacity building.

Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc is honored to have hosted the delegation from the Royal Government of Bhutan and the representatives from DOST. The visit served as a testament to the company’s dedication to excellence, innovation, and sustainable practices in the food processing industry.

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