The Technology and Livelihood Development Center has generated P48, 287.10 in sales last month, which is 9.13 percent lower than July, Menzi Joy Rojo, food sector in-charge, said yesterday.
Rojo said July sales was P53,141.55 with most of it from consigned products displayed at the center.
She said they always have fluctuating sales and there are times when they receive bulk orders from customers and sometimes, profits come from walk in clients.
From the total generated sales, 10 percent or P4,828.71 goes to the province as provided in the provincial tax code, while the remaining amount are returned to the producers, Rojo also said.
The TLDC also has other income from equipment rentals, photocopying, and training room rentals, she said.
Meanwhile, as of last month, the TLDC has been assisting 64 local producers from local government units and has provided them basic trainings in their product packaging, labeling, and marketing.
Some of the products sold at the center are muscovado sugar of Alter Trade, nata de coco of Toboso, coco honey of Valladolid, oyster sauce of Hinigaran, and herbal products like mangosteen capsule, sambong capsule, cinnamon capsule, herbal oils, and yacon juice. *LTG