Bapamin Enterprises is a company engaged in sweet sorghum production and sweet sorghum processing. The company's major products are: sweet sorghum vinegar, syrup, flour (gluten-free) and grains and seeds. The company also manufactures sweet sorghum hand sanitizer in different scents.
The Birth of KILUS Foundation
August of 1997 > then Barangay Chairman Alejandro E. Santiago, a man with a very strong political will encouraged his wife Editha C. Santiago to organize a volunteer group of women mostly housewives called “Samahan ng mga Kababaihan ng Ugong” SKU as partners for the Clean and Green project of the Barangay Council.
November 19, 1998 - the SKU adapt and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission a new name “KILUS” composed of more than five hundred (500) strong women force.
In every zone, one coordinator and one deputy coordinator is assigned together with ten (10) “Zone” leaders, to monitor and lead in the cleanliness of their respective areas.
This partnership got positive result when at the end of December 1999, Ugong was awarded first place as the Cleanest and Greenest Barangay in Pasig City.
Through the collective efforts of this women organization, Ugong maintained its title as the Cleanest and Greenest barangay in Pasig until at present.
In February 19, 1999, KILUS launched its pet project “BAWAS BASURA DAGDAG KITA” (BBDK). At the end of the year, December 1999, Ugong earned the title of “The Cleanest and Greenest Barangay along Pasig, Marikina and San Juan River” sponsored by the clean and green foundation of Mrs. Ming Ramos. Barangay Ugong was awarded one million pesos (P1, 000,000.00) for this title.
“KILUS” then focus on livelihood projects for its members. The search for livelihood opportunities from garbage started.
The Ugong Barangay Council together with KILUS campaigned every purok household to segregate and sell their recyclables to KILUS.
UBC, provided for push carts, weighing scale for buying the household scraps and all recyclable items in the community. They helped in the set up of an Ecology Center in the Barangay Hall Compound.
KILUS members shared whatever amount they can afford as starting capital. KILUS buyers wear color-coded uniforms and proper identification card. Color of the uniforms depend on the purok assigned to them with an allowance of Php 75.00 per collector/buyer for Ugong Proper and Php 100.00 for Valle Verde. However, BBDK is limited to a very few members of KILUS and still many more are in need of additional income.
In continuing search for livelihood opportunities, a seminar was held at DAP (Development Academy of the Philippines) at Tagaytay City, the budget taken out of the Php 1M allocation award money by the Clean and Green Foundation. Noted speaker Dr. Meliora of Zero Kalat sa Kaunlaran (ZKK) should useful items and one that attracted our attention is a tiny doy pack bag from discarded zesto juice. Barangay Chairman Santiago pursued for the development of different style of products from doy packs through his livelihood staff. Chairman Andy became the model and promoter of the product wearing and bringing said products to his peers in the environmental circle. This product of Ugong attracted media attention and was featured in newspapers and TV shows. Thus, when buyers kept coming in – the Barangay turnover the technology and commercial scale production to KILUS.
In 2001 KILUS branched into a Multipurpose Environmental Cooperative group duly registered with the Cooperative Development Authority.
The much needed big break came when DTI-Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), Special Projects Chief Vivian Castillon exposed the product in the Manila F.A.M.E. International Trade Show. With all these, the doy pack products found a significant foreign market from Japan, USA, Denmark, etc. contributing a little to our economy.
The Profitability of the KILUS doy packs venture for the environment and for the members.
Today, KILUS is a beneficiary of TESDA who lent tools and equipment, a Php 200,000.00 loan granted by Mayor Soledad C. Eusebio’s Cooperative Assistance Project, Pasig City and another Php 200,000.00 loan from Senator Rodolfo Biazon. These loans were used to purchase additional high speed sewing machine and 80 families being helped by the production of doy packs. It has become sort of an extended family enterprise. The members has its own assignment: the pulot brigade which circles around Pasig City and other cities in Metro Manila buying the doy packs from funeral homes, cemeteries, schools, residential houses, wakes, dumpsites and whoever calls up with their doy packs. The linis brigade are those who wash and sanitized the doy packs in 3 stages and dry them. The mananahi or sewers brigade are those who earned the most from Php 2,000.00 to Php 3,000.00 a week. With school days around, the financial burden of their children are solved.
With more than a million pieces of discarded doy packs bought and still needed to transform them into bags we save mother earth from these wastes going to our drainage systems dumpsites and water bodies.
Do your part, collect them and sell them to us, the KILUS Multipurpose Environmental Cooperative at 36 C. Santos St., Ugong, Pasig City.
Product Line & Style
From colored magazines rolled-up and turned into variety of sizes with variety of colors. Can make different fashion accessories like earrings, bracelette and necklace. Even bags, frame designs and a lot more.
This is the first and the original style ever made by Kilus that brought the success. By sewing the different doypacks altogether to form different styles of bags. From the basic small size wallet to shopping bags, to beach bags, curtains, placemats, trash bags and even footwears.
From the back side of the doypack roll comes the folded strips. Sewn together to form a different and more elegant design. Because the other side of the doypack is silver in color, this made our products more saleable.
Classic Boxes and Frames
Doypack rolls are pasted in a customized-sized board that made these beautiful boxes extra ordinary. Designs can be in plain doypacks, in strips, even weave. Same with the frames that comes in different sizes also.
The folded strips are then used to weave different styles of bags, placemat, coasters, belt, keyrings, pencil holders and a lot more to mention. The idea of weaving the strips brought Kilus again big sales to clients.
After continous research in different recyclable materials, here came up another raw material that can be used to make bags and other products. The used rice sacks.
Telefax: (632) 671-2834
Address: (Office & Showroom):
36 C. Santos St. Ugong, Pasig City 1604 Philippines
Address: (Branch & Showroom)
Tiendesitas Fashion Village Section
Frontera Verde, Ortigas Avenue, Corner C-5,
Ugong, Pasig City Philippines
The company's name is derived from the initials of its proprietor Judith E. Reyes who is based in Cebu City. J.E.R. Shell Crafts started as a cottage industry 20 years ago with 3 workers then. As of today, the company has gained a strong foothold in the business world of shell craft and fasion accessories with an estimated 30 crafty workers and still GROWING. J.E.R. Shell Craft Creations Int'l., is a manufacturing and distributing company of high quality fashion accessories exclusively made from shells like bracelets, earrings, hairdress, belts, necklaces, etc., in a very consumer-friendly prices. In some occasion or by demand, we also make home decorative items.
Juan Districtis a place where love and pride for the Filipino race and the Philippines are shown through cool and cute graphic shirts and accessories. The brand offers exclusivity, individuality, and modern patriotism.
It is a brand made by Filipinos for Filipinos anywhere in the world and for anyone who loves anything Filipino. A brand that spreads not just cool vibes but also Filipino pride.
Cool Facts about Juan District:
1. Ang Juan District ay Gawang Pilipino para sa mga Masasayang Pilipino (Juan District is a Brand Made by Filipinos for the Happy Filipinos).
2. Ang Mahabang Juan District ay Magaan sa Bulsa (The Long Juan District is Low-Priced).
3. Shirtaholics Approved!!!
4. Wash-and-Wear Awesome Juan District is a Certified Loyal Companion from Beach Escapades to Road Trips.
5. Wearing Juan District shirt yields a minute probability of bumping into someone wearing the same graphic shirt as yours.
First, it is the crossed variety between Arabica Coffee and Robusta named "Katimor". It is grown at 1,500 meters above sea level in the very rich volcanic soil of the Phlippine's highest mountain and that is Mt. Apo in Mindanao, where Mt. Apo is located in the center of the coffee belt with the same latitude at Ethiopia. The parchment excrement of civet coffee is let to ferment for a week before it wash, dried and roasted to give time the enzyme to penetrate the parchment. Thus the combination factor crreate a heavely coffee which is smooth and chocolatey taste.
RITA RITZ, the pioneer in Philippine Herbal Tea making, has already carved a niche in the natural food industry. It is always associated with the famous PITO PITO a concoction of seven therapeutic herbal teas that was patented, FDA approved and copyrighted. The company becomes a by-word when associated with natural food condiments and herbal teas grown from organic farms. lts herbal products are carefully selected from fresh plants and scientifically processed for maximum effectivity.
RITA RITZ started in the early 80's when natural foods and herbal teas were not yet in vogue. Founded by MRS. ERLINDA CASTRO-SANQUI, a gifted retired teacher whose maternal influence had greatly shaped her life in making herbal and natural food preparations, this "all natural" penchant gave birth to their first product which became the pride of the company - the FRUITCAKE FILlPlNA. This indigenous recipe makes use of only Philippine ingredients and fruits. Hence, it garnered a National Award given by the PIDI/NSTA for creative and inventive research. After this, the company and the inventor-owner garnered several more awards.
ln 1990, the company started exporting their products overseas. Then in 1997, inventors Erlinda and Rita Carmela were sent by the TAPI (Technology Application and Promotion Institute) of the Department of Science and Technology to the 25th International Invention Contest in Geneva. Switzerland. There the nationally acclaimed product Rita Ritz Lolo Jose Banaba Tea and Rita Ritz Pito Pito Tea, won silver medal and bronze medal respectively.
In November of 2005, Ritz Ritz won First Prize at the National Invention Contest under Creative Research for the product Rita Ritz Mangosteen Pericarp Tea. Their new products, namely Guyabano Fruit Tea, Siniguelas Fruit Tea, Santol Fruit Tea and Mango Fruit Tea, were also chosen as finalists.
RITA RITZ BAKE HOUSE AND FOOD PRODUCTS Address: 151 Alley 1, Project 6, Quezon City Telephone: (632) 926-2280 E-mail: email@example.com
A Men's Collection Footwear
Ai-She Tsinelasstarted in Liliw as a retail store, now they exporting their products around the globe.
The owner of Ilocos Food Products, Clemencia A. Padre has also joined the wine industry by introducing locally available fruits and fermenting the extracts.
Aside from basi which was already been famous long ago from the Ilocano ancestors, Padre has also tried to produce wines coming from duhat, bignay, tamarind and the newest among them is the tropical wines which she combines four (4) famous fruits such as mango, tamarind, duhat and siniguelas.
Today, the company is also exporting these wines to the other parts of the world.
Naga was so blessed not only for having The Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia and even the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo but also for having Baycrafts Jewelry that can provide source of living for local Bicolanos.
Baycrafts Jewelry started as past time by a young bicolana named Marianne Olano, a graduate of Development Communications from Ateneo de Naga University. Later this passion had turn into business. On 2004, Baycrafts was founded and accepted some orders. This products included wired necklace and bracelets made from copper, crystals and pearls. They even also venture into crocheted jewelry such as arm cuffs made from cotton, yard and beads. The latest products that they have are barefoot sandals made from waxed cord, shells and acrylic beads.
Today, Baycrafts was really proud for being a Philippine home grown company that penetrated the world market through the help of social networking sites. The company is a member of Naga's One Town One Product(OTOP)by the Department of Trade and Industry, a government program that will highlight entrepreneurs with their unique regional products.