We are currently working with farming communities across a number of different regions including:
Is a landlocked province of The Philippines on the island of Luzon. Due to it’s cool climate and ideal altitude Benguet’s highland province is known as the Salad Bowl of The Philippines as it consistently produces a huge amount of premium highland vegetables.
Benguet’s capital is La Trinidad which also serves as the main vegetable trading hub in the province. It attracts farmers, merchants and traders not only from the local community, but also from further afield. Major crops include potatoes, Baguio beans, peas, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, sayote, carrots and strawberries.
With over 50% of the province’s total land area being agricultural land, and most of the province enjoying a climate where rain is evenly distributed throughout the year, it’s not surprising Quezon is the top agricultural-producing province in the Calabarzon region producing some of The Philippines best lowland vegetables and coconuts. Other major crops include rice, corn, banana and coffee.