Though the second edition of Tindahan ni Tarsee may have just concluded, the range of products presented how amazing Filipino entrepreneurship is.
Despite the lesser quarantine restrictions now, we must continue to take precautions to keep safe. With WJH Home and Body Essentials, you can get that extra protection from its line of disinfectant room and linen mists and helmet sprays.
But if stress is causing you grief during this pandemic, WJH’s selection of essential oils and scented candles is the answer. And if you’re suffering from “mascne,” or acne caused by the wearing masks, it has different sets of skincare products to help you.
On the other hand, Kurbang Lokal has bags, cardholders, cord organizers, and key and jewelry holders that are made in Marikina from vegan leather. Its guilt-free products will also leave you guilt-free about your bank account. The best part? Its 12.12 sale is still ongoing until 22 December.
What I love about its leather goods is that they don’t look like their price. Even more amazing is that its products are unisex. Its bags aren’t exclusively for women. It is encouraging men to use bags because being able to carry things while on the go shouldn’t be gender-restricted.
Since Tindahan ni Tarsee started with food, it also ended with food.
Chrissie Cakes is for people with a sweet tooth, but it’s products are not too sweet and light in the mouth. Its products are perfect with coffee, can be served at any party, and make for amazing gifts!
If you have special cake and cupcake design ideas, Chrissie Cakes is open to any requests.
Innovate on your tapa experience with Brunchmate Premium Beef Tapa. Available in original, garlic, sweet and spicy, and spicy garlic flavors, it is truly tapa with a twist!
Even more amazing is that it uses USDA beef belly to make sure the beef is tender and won’t be hard to slice and chew.
Other Brunchmate products to try are the Applewood Smoked Cheese and the Calamansi 100 percent Extract.
This may be Tindahan ni Tarsee’s final salvo for its second season, but the Daily Tribune will always support local entrepreneurs.