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The domestic tuna industry needs to be unburdened of unnecessary regulations to unlock its potential for job creation and output growth, the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) said.

Science and Technology Secretary Fortunato dela Peña  recently inaugurated an equipment that can prolong the shelf life of brown rice.

About P18 million worth of high-quality coffee beans are harvested annually in the upland villages in this province.

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“About five years ago, I gave birth to my first son and I was just looking for a diet that more or less fit me.  What I did was eat 30 different salads for 30 days,” Nikki shared.

Genetically-modified crops can help the Philippines meet its nutritional requirements, an official of American multinational agrochemical and biotechnology firm Monsanto said.

Listed sugar miller Victorias Milling Co. Inc. saw its net income decline 20 percent for the second quarter of the current crop year owing to lower cane productivity.

The Department of Agriculture is optimistic it will get its proposed P213-billion allocation next year following assurance from President Duterte himself.

The Department of Agriculture (DA) plans to craft the country’s seaweed roadmap following huge export demand from one of the local aquaculture commodities.

Del Monte Pacific Ltd. plans to boost its pineapple production in the Philippines to at least one million metric tons in the next five years from this year’s target of 750,000 MT.

Climate change and global warming are triggering extreme weather patterns such as super typhoons and devastating draughts.

Filipinos’ love affair with food remains strong as ever with many new restaurants and food and beverage businesses popping up throughout the country. But there still remains a gap between delicious and healthy food.

Coconut coir producers are partnering with the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) on the use of coconut fiber as erosion control tool in compliance with the Mining Act.

Climate change has evolved as an academic pursuit as top agricultural academic center SEARCA and 16 international agencies have created the course Master of Science in Food Security and Climate Change or MS FSCC.