18th National Mango Festival was held from May 31 to June 2 at Eaton Centris Walk in Eton Centris, Quezon City.
After we went to Sidcor –Eton Centris Sunday Market, We decided to visit the festival. There were several talks, demonstrations and lecture held at festival where participants can enrich their knowledge on basic mango cultivation techniques, pest, diseases, fertilization and how to preserve excess production.
Ilocos Norte grown mangoes
10 Exciting Booths at the 18th Mango Festival
10. ) Wilson’s Tree Bank – offers several tree seedlings of mulberry trees, edible figs and few other tree seedlings.
Bicol mangoes from Yulaik farm
9.) Bicol Mangoes by Yulaik Farm . They also have some fruit wines made from lipote, mangoes. They also process mango sauce, baligang concentrate, dried lipote.
Address: Universal Road, Zone 6, Triangulo, Naga City , Camarines Sur
Contact: #0907-788-3250 / (054) 473-6300
8.) Santa Maria Dairy Farm– Santa Maria dairy farm offers milk, kesong puti, milk gel, milkobar, ice cream and pastillas which is sold for Php 50 per pack.
7.) Philippine Mango Seedling Farm– They have their farm in Candaba , Pampanga province.
6.) Pampanga Mangoes are sold for just Php 60.00 per kilo
5.) Carlies Handicraft– Ms. Carlita Frades offer handwoven bayong made by the members . They are based in Commonwealth, Quezon City.
Contact : (0932-3153826, 092664441776)
4.) Green Thumb Zambales Dried Mangoes– Aside from fresh mangoes from Zambales, they also have dried mangoes.
3.) Spirulina by Aztec Food Growers Corporation- Their farm is based in Cainta, Rizal province. The ponds are secured and fully enclosed by screen mesh walls and transparent roofing.
Contact: landline 477-2256/ 622-2713 Cellphone :0917-8375280/ 0917-5078539
2.) Villar Sipag Booth– The booth showcases the advocacy program of the foundation like organic composting, urban farming, coco choir making, water hyacinth weaving among others.
They also gave away free organic compost sack for interested group and visitor at the festival.
1.) Guimaras Mangoes– They were sold initially for Php 150 per kilo during the first two days of the festival, But were sold for just Php 120 by the end of the event.