DA-PCC supports ‘LAB for All’ initiative, showcases Cara Cuero products

The DA-Philippine Carabao Center at Central Luzon State University (DA-PCC at CLSU) expressed solidarity with First Lady Atty. Marie Louise “Liza” Araneta-Marcos’ ‘LAB for All’ initiative. As a show of support, the center offered dairy products to 350 beneficiaries, particularly indigenous people, and showcased Cara Cuero products in Nabuclod, Floridablanca, Pampanga.

Cara Cuero is a brand that showcases local craftsmanship and innovation by utilizing carabao hide and horn to produce high-quality leather products, accessories, and decor items, among others.

Attendees were treated to a range of dairy delights, including choco milk, fresh milk, coffee milk, and lacto juice, personally distributed by DA-PCC at CLSU Center Director Dr. Ericson Dela Cruz.

In recognition of her efforts, the First Lady received a special token from DA-PCC, which contained a variety of Cara Cuero products, including a mini Christine handbag, back scratcher, comb, carabao figurine, and candle holder.

The “LAB for All” caravan aims to provide primary healthcare services through free laboratory testing for various diseases, medical check-ups, family planning services, distribution of free medicines, tree-planting activities, coastal clean-up drives, and feeding programs, among other services, to underserved communities.