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Iloilo organic farms take root amid burgeoning health market
by Emme Rose S. Santiagudo, Correspondent
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30 September 2019
On 30 September 2019 BusinessWorld reported:
Farmers in Iloilo City on Panay Island in the Philippines have been shifting to organic farming, with growers learning the method's health benefits and potential for charging more for their produce. In 2000, Mr. Gumatico started with a small-scale vegetable operation but was inspired to go organic after a visit to a farm in Jaro, Iloilo City. A decade after his shift to organic farming, Mr. Gumatico owns a five-hectare organic operation supplying lettuce, cabbage, and other organic vegetables to his network of doctors as well as restaurants in Iloilo City.
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