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Category: Manufacturing and Services
Subcategory: Supply and value chain and market-matching

Supply Chain Improvement for Commercially Grown Organic Vegetables in Region IV

Conducted by CvSU Completed on 2009
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In CALABARZON, the distribution flow of organic vegetable was generally from the farm to the public market. In some provinces, deviations may occur if there are traiding centers where farmers dispose of their organic vegetable, the pinakbet vegetables in CALABARZON were distributed by the farmers either to the wholesalers, consolers who acted assemblers, retailers or traiding post, and then sold then sold the products to the cosumers. the farmers in Rizal and Quezon sold a portion of their vegetables to the consolidators of SM Hypermarket an Robinson place Super Market through the cooperatives and farmers' organization, respectively. Some farmers like in Belfarms VOHO Farmers coved the entire chain from production to marketing and distribution of vegestable to restorant /or processors, as well as to direct household consumers.

Proponents
Nelia C. Cresino
Marietta C. Mojica
Rizaldo C. Cresion
Raecel Estebat
Beneficiaries
vegetable producers
Fund Source
DOST-PCARRD
No. of Patents
0
No. of Utility Models
0
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Cavite State University
Cavite State University Indang, Cavite Philippines 4122
Phone: 046-4151-010
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