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Bacolod City Opens Its Newest Market: Negros Occidental Food Terminal

This new market in Bacolod was just launched last August 4!

By: Mira Maestrecampo | August 15, 2022
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Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market, market in Bacolod, Bacolod

The Negros Occidental Food Terminal will be a commercial building that will induce more economic activities in the province.

Image: Provincial Government of Negros Occidental

The Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market, along North Capitol Road, beside Ayala Malls Capitol in Bacolod City, finally launched its operations last August 4, Thursday.

The Provincial Government of Negros Occidental officially runs the newest Food Terminal Market in the highly urbanized city of Bacolod.

The turnover of stalls to the lessees in the Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market was officially done last August 8.

Provincial Administrator and Lawyer, Atty. Rayfrando Diaz II additionally announced that fish stalls, vending markets, and bagsakan area where the fresh fish and other freshly-caught seafood products are brought over will officially start their official operations today, August 15, Monday.

There will also be meat and poultry products, fruits and vegetables, and dry goods available at the Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market. These stalls, however, will start at a later date which will be on August 23, Tuesday.

Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market, market in Bacolod, Bacolod

Clean and well-built interiors of the Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market.

Image: Provincial Government of Negros Occidental

In the following days, canteens will also be established to cater to dining customers and will operate on September 7. This is called the ‘tulahan’ kitchen, where the old pala-pala was previously known.

56 Bacolod market stalls have officially started their operations today, August 15. The schedule was finalized upon signing the contract with the lessees and the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental last August 3.

Significantly, the Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market was a project by late and former Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. The operations of the infrastructure project were then put under the Economic Enterprise Development Department (EEDD).

The Province of Negros Occidental aims to generate more revenue to support Negros Occidental’s economic flow and help with the efforts to boost its business enterprises. Provincial Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson also expressed that the provincial government needed to make a move in generating local revenues for Negros Occidental.

The building of Negros Occidental Food Terminal Market has two floors. The ground floor would be where kitchens, vending stalls, kiosks, and rentable storage spaces are. At the same time, the second floor would be where function rooms and conference halls will be situated, where corporate meetings and small gatherings can be held.

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Mira - with a long surname - is a girl who dreams of becoming a news anchor someday, in God's perfect time. She loves to read books and eat different kinds of cheesy or saucy food. A coffee addict and a dog lover, she loves long hugs, hot coffee on an afternoon break with friends, or simply sleeping all day with her stuffed unicorns.
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