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THE Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) on Saturday announced that its national office has sent additional 100 chainsaws to the existing more than 300 chainsaws of the regional office and additional number is about to be delivered within
THE Food and Agriculture Office (FAO) on Tuesday called on the international communities to extend a helping hand to coconut farmers whose sources of livelihood were ravaged by killer typhoon “Yolanda” that hit Central Philippines
PhilippinesIf the government wants to hasten the recovery of the coconut farmers in the typhoon-devastated areas of the Visayas, President Aquino should return the multibillion-peso coconut levy fund to its real owners, according to the militant
In terms of value, coco exports from January to December this year jumped to $1.205 billion from $1.167 billion in 2012. Exports of copra meal grew the most in terms of volume, a 60-percent increase year-on-year to 630,662 MT from 392,024 MT.
Leyte The super typhoon that slammed through Central Philippines laid waste to a vast region of coconut farmland, eradicating in one fell swoop the livelihoods of tens of thousands of smallholders. "It's all gone," Glen Mendoza said, gesturing
And then next year we will establish four additional plants," Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala told reporters on Monday."If ever the money from the coco levy will be released, then maybe we can use some for expansion," he added. The Philippine
Pagkatapos ay ibibigay na namin ang proposal na direktang benepisyo. Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP), in an interview on GMA News TV's News To Go Thursday. Martial Law years by alleged cronies of then-President Ferdinand Marcos, which included
Coco product exports up nearly 100% in Q1 June 13, 2013 2:56pm The volume and value of coconut products shipped to overseas buyers in the first quarter soared as nut production increased and demand for coco oil in key markets strengthened, government
The volume of copra exports during the period also dropped 88 percent to 23.20 metrics from 208.60 metrics last year. "[The increase to a 5-percent blend] will be an addition to the consumption of methyl ester which of course comes from coconut oil,"
Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said Aquino signed last May 29 Republic Act 10593 "amending certain provisions of Republic Act 8048." The new measure was posted on the Official Gazette, listing the circumstances when a coconut tree can