Baguio-Benguet as Coffee Capital of the Philippines

THE conduct of the first, second and third Philippine Coffee Conferences in Baguio City is definitely an activity to beat in as far as the beverage industry is concerned. Read more: Baguio-Benguet as Coffee Capital of the Philippines

Philippine coffee industry is hot and brewing

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Kirstin Reyes worked for 7 years in Singapore where she began an affair with coffee. When she returned to her home in Tuguegarao City in 2013, she roasted coffee and created her own coffee brand. In 2014, she opened Barako Boy, Tuguegarao’s first coffee shop that sold specialty coffee at a […]

Resurrection of PH coffee sector pushed

BAGUIO CITY—For the past decade, farmers have struggled to supply at least a tenth of the country’s demand for coffee, the world’s second most traded commodity. Related post: Resurrection of PH coffee sector pushed

Asean leaders receive training on sustainable value chains

Remaining upbeat in steering an inclusive and sustainable agricultural and rural economy, the Philippine government-hosted Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) brings to the fore the significance of value chain development toward improving market system productivity while highly regarding marginalized farmers’ inclusivity. Read more: ASEAN leaders receive training on sustainable […]

Gov’t perking up coffee industry

Baguio City – The country’s coffee industry got a much-needed shot in the arm after the government, through the Department of Agriculture (DA), allotted P354.6 million to enable it to reach the national production volume of 214,626 metric tons by 2022. Read more: Gov’t perking up coffee industry

Farmers urged to plant more coffee

Farmers should consider planting coffee so they can cash in on in the increasing demand of Filipino consumers for the crop, Senator Cynthia A. Villar said. Read more: Farmers urged to plant more coffee 

4 women who are changing Philippine agriculture

While women appear to be closing the gender gap in several fields — such as education and political empowerment — they remain mostly invisible and undervalued in one of the Philippines’ basic industries: agriculture. Read more: 4 women who are changing Philippine agriculture

Winners announced for Nestlé’s Creating Shared Value Prize 2018

‘Mumm’ from Egypt and ‘Fishers and Changemakers’ from the Philippines are the joint winners of Nestlé’s 2018 Creating Shared Value Prize. The two social entrepreneurs have won CHF 150’000 each for their outstanding work in nutrition and rural development. Read more: Winners announced for Nestlé’s Creating Shared Value Prize 2018 

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