The Philippine Coconut Authority reported in 2009 that of the 12 million hectares of farmland, 3.1 million ha. is devoted to coconut widely spread in 68 provinces throughout the country.
Natural stuff and environment friendly materials are the “in-thing”, and which have caught the interest of consumers. However, availability of cheaper synthetic dyes lessen the demands for natural dyes even
Gale-force winds forming waves as tall as 15 feet swept through villages in Tacloban City and other areas during the height of typhoon Yolanda has flattened homes, destroyed concrete buildings
Philippine is known as a rice-consuming country and it is a fact that most Filipino can’t eat viand without rice. But did you know that even though rice is an
FOR Filipinos fish and fishery products are the primary source of protein. Rightly so because the Philippines with its vast and rich fishery resources- over 2,000 fish specie, 17,460 km