Distribution and Empowerment of Balinese Farmers and Fishermen

Despite the fact that the economy has not yet recovered due to the health emergency period due to the Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic, this has not dampened Krisna Holding Company’s commitment to revitalize the local economy, especially in the agricultural, plantation, fishing and micro, small and medium enterprises sectors. This is proven by the holding of Sunday Markets activities throughout Bali.

Photo 2: A farmer from Jembrana cultivating melon illustration – Photo source: Tribun Bali

Photo 1: Sunday Market events to distribute and empower of Balinese Farmers and Fishermen – Photo source: Balipost

Last week’s market arena absorbs and distributes the products of farmers and fishermen for the Balinese people. The fourth week Sunday Market was held at Krisna Souvenirs Bali in Temukus Village, Banjar District on last Sunday (6/9).

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Various agricultural, plantation and processed fishery products from several regions in Bali were also sold at the event. Apart from discounting prices of up to 50 percent, visitors are also spoiled with prizes in the form of t-shirts for spending multiples of 25,000 rupiah.

Photo 2: A farmer from Jembrana cultivating melon illustration – Photo source: Tribun Bali

Last week Sunday Market was attended by the Head of the Bali Province Tim Penggerak (TP), Ny. Putri Suastini Koster and Acting Head of PKK Buleleng Regency, Ny. Ayu Wardhani Sutjidra.

Krisna Holding Company owner Gusti Ngurah Anom, who is familiarly called Cok Krisna, said that before rolling out the Sunday market at several Krisna Oleh-Oleh Bali outlets, he got the idea from the Chairperson of the Bali Province TP PKK.

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