2 bold projects bring produce from farmers to consumers

  When the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic forced restaurants to shut down, Filipino farmers were left with no one to sell their harvest to. There was also the logistical problem of transporting the produce from the farms to the cities. It was a setback that could have crippled the agriculture industry. Fortunately, two relentless individuals came to the rescue. The Luzon lockdown brought to life Dom Hernandez’s Bangon Benguet program. “This idea was conceived back in 2014,” he says. … Continue reading 2 bold projects bring produce from farmers to consumers