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Native oyster species in Surigao del Sur draws attention for R&D

I did not personally visited Surigao Del Sur, but i feel more than that when I interviewed the project leader and researcher itself about the project on Tikod Amo – a delicacy of Lianga Bay in Barobo Surigao del Sur “It is delicious and appears to be the local favourite” said Gemma A. Asufre researcher … Continue reading

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In-demand products for livelihood featured in DA-BAR’s tech forum

  (Clockwise, starting from left): Marilyn Edrosolan and Zenaida Vinculado of BAI show how to cook skinless longganisa, siomai and burger; Dr. Elena delos Santos of BIARC explains the wonder health benefits from Moringa powder; Dr. Edwin Macaballug of ISU demonstrates how to cook delicious sweet sorghum cookies; Attendees of the seminar take a bite … Continue reading

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Oregano tea: A profitable venture for the health conscious Filipinos

 Photo by Edmon B. Agron and QAES Given that the Philippines is not a traditional tea-drinking country, tea consumption continues to increase as health-conscious consumers choose this beverage more for its medicinal benefits. A study conducted by Euromonitor International in 2007, showed that tea consumption in the Philippines has dramatically increased. The abrupt consumption growth is … Continue reading

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