BAGUIO CITY – The Division of Agriculture-Cordillera by way of its Agribusiness and Advertising and marketing Help Division (AMAD) on Tuesday, August 2 launched one other KADIWA ON to offer low-cost agricultural merchandise and meet the vegetable wants of earthquake-affected communities. Wheels launched. Abra Province.
The receptiveness and noise of the municipalities noticed in Abra throughout Kadiva final week, 29-30 July, has prompted one other wave of Kadiva to mobilize within the province, this time with a big amount of agricultural merchandise.
Two Kadiva vans laden with 6,800 kg of blended greens and fruits reached Bangued in Abra at 3:00 pm on Tuesday.
The vans have been en path to the municipalities of San Juan and Lagangilang, the place allied native authorities items and group members are ready.
Agricultural merchandise on sale are people who have a protracted shelf life, resembling cabbage, Chinese language cabbage, saute, potatoes, beans, lemon and cucumber.
The following day the unsold merchandise can be dropped at the municipality of Dolores.
Dr. Rosemary Tesoro, DA Agriculture Program Coordinating Officer, Abra mentioned that the worth of Kadiva is less expensive than the market value.
“As well as, we additionally assist Benguet farmers promote their produce, so it is a win-win state of affairs,” Tesoro mentioned.
The KADIWA program goals to make secure, nutritious and inexpensive agricultural merchandise extra accessible and nearer to the communities.
In the meantime, the DA-Regional Area Workplace 1, in coordination with the DA-Cordillera and the Abra-Provincial Agricultural Workplace, mobilized a kadiva within the province on August 1.
They introduced a minimum of 2,000 kilograms of fish merchandise, ready hen, and sure meals resembling cooking oil, fish sauce, chips, dried fish, and native garlic.
The one-day KADIWA of the area recorded complete gross sales of P299,496.40.
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