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Ifugao Farmers Are Making Tomato Jam To Recover From Losses Due To Oversupply

One farmer remarked that the product tastes like strawberry jam!
The extraordinary conditions brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic has left many local industries struggling to stay afloat. Now more than ever, it's important to support local businesses. One sector hit particularly hard by the pandemic is our local farming industry. Due to ...

You Can Buy More Vegetables Straight From The Farmers This Weekend

The veggie drop-off has a new location in Quezon City!
Last weekend, The Veggie Drop-Off held their second weekend market at the Old Manila Eco Market site at Luneta, Manila and at the Quezon City Memorial Circle where thousands of patient customers waited in line to score fairly-priced fresh produce from Filipino ...

Rice Farmers Are "Worse Off" Because Of Rice Tariffication Law, According To Study

Let’s all do our share by buying local.
According to a report by, farmers are “worse off” based on a study by government think tank Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS). Based on the analysis released by PIDS, local rice producers are projected to lose an average of P10 ...

Session Groceries Raised 1.2 Million Pesos To Help Pinoy Rice Farmers

The second batch of pre-order is in the works!
Last September 13, Session Groceries opened the first pre-order for locally-sourced rice from Filipino farmers via the Session Groceries app. This initiative was sparked by the negative effects of the Rice Tarrification Law, wherein Filipino farmers experience stiff competition with rice importers ...

IKEA Will Work With Filipino Farmers For Their Menu

What do you think will be on IKEA's menu?
As with any foreign restaurants who expand their reach to Philippine shores, it is often (if not always) a wise move to add a Filipino element to their foreign menu, as it will give us Filipinos a sense of familiarity—plus, it's much easier ...
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