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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 ...

Tomatoes Are Dumped In Nueva Vizcaya Due To Travel Restrictions

Farmers are forced to sell their tomatoes for P8-P12 per kilo.
For a country that’s going through a pandemic, one of the things you’d least expect to see are truckloads of fresh produce left to rot. In a post by Ifugao Highland Farmers’ Forum, mountains of tomatoes were left at the Nueva Vizcaya ...

Staying At Home? This Weekend Market Can Deliver Fresh Local Produce To Your Doorstep!

Staying at home? No problem.
The Veggie Drop-Off, a weekend market that aims to sell fresh produce that directly helps our farmers, is going to hold their third weekend-market at Angono Lakeside Eco-Park, Angono, Rizal and The Sunday Market at The Pop Up Katipunan, Quezon City from March 14 ...

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 ...

Get Your Rice Delivered Straight From Isabela's Farmers

At P35/kilo, you can be sure all proceeds go to the farmers.
We all know by now that our rice farmers need all the help they can get. The rice tarrification law is endangering the livelihood of our farmers quicker than actual good can be seen from it. What we can do? Directly help our farmers ...

We Need To Talk About How Rice Tariffication Law Affects All Of Us

This affects everyone one way or the other.
In light of recent events, one that has seen an uproar from Filipinos, concerns the Nueva Ecija farmers selling their harvested rice for the measly amount of P7 per kilo. This is connected to the Rice Tariffication Law.It was in February 2019 ...

This Is How We Can Help Our Local Farmers!

Support local!
It’s no secret that our local farmers get the shorter end of the stick. Did you know that last year there we had a tomato surplus? This resulted to the farmers from Kalayaan, Laguna throwing away almost P4 million-worth of red, juicy ...
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