Cebuano News: Kooperatiba sa North Cotabato nagbaligya og dugang organic rice ngadto sa UEA, USA

  • July 05, 2017

MANILA, July 5, (PIA) - Ang Don Bosco Multipurpose Cooperative (Don Bosco MPC) padayon sa pag-angat ingon nga nag-una sa pagbaligya og colored organic nga humay sa Pilipinas.

Sumala sa usa ka tahu gikan sa Department of Agriculture 12, ang Don Bosco MPC nga nakabase sa M’lang, North Cotabato nag-padala og laing hugna sa organ rice nga humay ngadto sa United Arab Emirates og sa United States of America kaniadtong Hunyo 30.

Ang maong batch naglangkob og 10 ka metrico ka tonelado alang sa Dubai og laing 3.5 metrico ka tonelada alang sa USA. 

Atol sa usa ka send-off nga seremonya sa Davao City, ang Don Bosco General Manager nga si Romano Laurilla nagtahu nga ang pagbaligya sa ilang organic black rice ngadto sa US nahimo nga posible human sa usa ka tigum kauban ni Justin Garrido, usa ka social entrepreneur og founder sa Social Project PH.

Ang maong kooperatiba mao ang tig-apod-apod og black rice ngadto sa US, diin mokabat og 2 metrico ka tonelado nga black rice kaniadtong 2014 og Pebrero 2015. 

Ang Don Bosco MPC naghimo og black, red og brown rice sa sobra 500 ka ektarya nga humayan sa M’lang, Tulunan, Midsayap, President Roxas nga mga lungsod og Kidapawan City sa North Cotabato og Surallab sa Southern Cotbato, pulos nasakop sa SOCCSSARGEN nga rehiyon.( egorne/PIA8 Southern Leyte)

http://news.pia.gov.ph/article/view/1611499143189/coop-in-north-cotabato-exports-more-organic-rice-to-uae-us


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