Tuesday, July 17 2018
New weekend market site is more accessible

New weekend market site is more accessible

Market goers will be glad to know that the AANI Weekend Market at the Food Terminal in Taguig City has relocated to a more customer-friendly place. It is located right after the entrance of the FTI and there is also free guarded parking.

Of course, more important is the availability of a wide variety of fresh agricultural and marine products. The wide array of vegetables include the pinakbet type as well as the chopsuey varieties from the highlands.

The AANI Weekend Market is operating in close cooperation with the Ayala group that has acquired a major portion of the food terminal.

The market is customer-friendly because the stalls are well laid-out with concrete pathways. Aside from vegetables, there are fresh fruits of the locally produced and imported kinds. There are organically grown products, including culinary and medicinal herbs.

A food court is located in one section where market goers and members of their families can partake of breakfast and snacks of favorite local specialties. The market is open on Saturdays and Sundays.

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FREE TRAINING ON URBAN GARDENING – SM Foundation in collaboration with Harbest Agribusiness will conduct free training on urban gardening in three sites in Manila, Las Piñas and Quezon City this September. The schedule and other information may be had by contacting Michelle or Julie Ann at 671-7411 to 14.

The training will consist of 12 weekly sessions that include lectures as well as hands-on practice in vegetable gardening in the urban setting.

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AGRI-BAZAAR CUM AGRI-KAPIHAN – Today and tomorrow (Aug.22 and  23) are the last two days of the Agri-Bazaar cum Agri-Kapihan at the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City.

This is where fresh farm produce like vegetables, fruits, planting materials of exotic fruit trees, herbs and ornamental plants are available for sale. Also included are organic fertilizers, wellness products, processed foods and many more.

The Agri-Kapihan which will be held tomorrow is a forum where timely topics in farming and gardening are discussed. The attendees are also encouraged to share their experiences in their own projects.

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URBAN AGRICULTURE TRADE SHOW – The 2nd Urban Agriculture trade show will be held on September 5-6 at the SM Mall of Asia. This is a sequel to the very successful Urban Agriculture Expo last May at the Rockwell Tent in Makati, a project of Agriculture Magazine.

The Rockwell Tent proved to be too small for the event so it has to be transferred to a bigger venue which is the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City. The aim of the trade show is simple enough. It wants to showcase the latest practical technologies that will enable ordinary urban dwellers to do their own brand of gardening and farming such as growing plants and raising small animals for home consumption or for sale to augment the family’s income.

There will be organic and conventionally grown vegetables and fruits at the trade show which attendees can buy. There will also be lectures on timely topics.

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AGRILINK TRADE SHOW – Soon after the Urban Agriculture expo, the Agrilink extravaganza will follow on October 15-17 at the World Trade Center. This is the country’s biggest and most anticipated agricultural event that is held once a year, usually in October.

Agrilink is participated in by local firms, individuals and groups as well as big companies from abroad. Many of the foreign companies come from Korea, Japan, China, United States, France and elsewhere.

Exhibits are found in the roofed area (1.2 hectares) as well as outdoor. In the outdoor exhibits are planting materials of fruit trees, vegetables and herbs, various livestock and poultry breeds that include goats, sheep, exotic animals, farm machinery and many more.

Free seminars are also conducted by different companies. And entrance is also free.
Article and image source: http://www.mb.com.ph/new-weekend-market-site-is-more-accessible/#E8PrMq7qRv3BCxXy.99

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