A Visit to the AANI Sunday Market

Quezon Memorial Circle,  Quezon City -Philippines

It was sunny sunday morning when we visited the Agri-Aqua Network Incorporated (AANI) sunday market at the Quezon Memorial Circle.

Mr. Mark Manfred Spitzer during the cactus and succulent workshop

There was an ongoing agriculture trade bazaar , seminar and agri-kapihan ( some sort of press-conference  ) at the venue site. It was a 3-day event  from September 16 to 18 which highlighted several lectures/ workshop among well-known agriculture, health and wellness, horticulture and orchid growing .

 

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Royal ELMSS Food Corporation

Royal ELMSS House produces all natural vinegar made from 100% pure sugar cane sourced from only the best and freshest harvest .  They are cheaper compared to the  commercially known brand .

500ml vinegar cost Php 15.00 , 1 liter at Php 26 and 1 gallon at Php 89.00 . They also have some sinamak at Php 130.00 per bottle . They also have sinamak which cost only Php 120 .00 per bottle.

Some of their new products are chilli sauce and chilli paste . I have met them during the last orchid and garden show .

Contact : (02) 586-7091 Cellphone : 0995-1936045 

Email : royalelmssfoodcorporation@gmail.com

fried finger foods

There are also several interesting foods and healthy options at the AANI Weekend market at Quezon Memorial Circle. For those who are not familiar , AANI also had a weekend market in Taguig .

Nicole’s Mushroom Burger

Nicole ‘s Mushroom Burger had different mushroom dishes – Among them are mushroom burger, mushroom cheese burger , mushroom burger steak with rice , mushroom siomai .

canteen area

Ms. Jo Quimpo and the rest of the group bought mushroom burger and mushroom cheese burger at the stall. Mushroom burger cost Php 35 .00 Mushroom Cheese Burger cost Php 40.00

Contact: Fred or Mel ( mushroom culture ) : 0939-626-2088 / 0910-8920-309

Veggie 01 Express 

Veggie 01 Express specializes on vegetables menu – They have siomai , tofu nugget ,lumpiang shanghai , mushroom tofu sisig and siopao.

poultry and rabbits for sale

Aven Nature’ Farm sells rabbit , culinary herbs , native fruit trees, native pigs, free range chickens, pigeons , ducks and fowls, fish pond.

Their farm is about 8,000 square meters located at 68 J.P. Rizal street, Santa Barbara, Baliuag , Bulacan .

They also provide seminars and farm tour

Contact: 0918-9030633 (Art) 0923-721-2509 ( Ms. Angie )

rabbit for sale 

There is another rabbit farm based from San Miguel, Bulacan -but the farm is not yet open to the public and the owners only participate in bazaars and one must try to pre-order rabbit several weeks or months before.

For more inquiries  at AANI Market Bazaar , please call 475.0134 or 0917.795.0916.

Landline : (02) 837 7927

AANI FB page: https://www.facebook.com/aani18.ph/

Exciting Floats and Street Dancing Parade at the Hortikultura Extravaganza 2016

Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City -Philippines

King Louis

The Philippine Horticultural Society together with Quezon City government , Quezon Memorial Circle administration , Del Monte -Philippines ( non participating ) float  , Agri-Aqua Network International Incorporated ( AANI ) , Harvest , Villar Foundation , PHSI c/o Myrna Magalong , Quezon City government , King Louis , Harbest , Bonsai and Suiseki Alliance of the Philippines , Agri-Aqua Network International  (AANI ) and Ashitaba by Ms. Adela Ang launched for the second year the floral float parade and street dancing parade at the Quezon Memorial Circle and adjacent area.

 

Villar Foundation

Villar Foundation float showcased a nipa hut with different vegetables , flowering plants and produce . The float also have a typical urban garden setting with plastic soft drink bottles used for planted vegetables .

Harbest Agricultural Corporation

Harbest Agricultural Corporation had a wide array of agricultural products ranging from greenhouse technology , hydroponics, fertilizers , seeds among others.

Address: 3rd Floor ITX Bldg., #5 Rosemarie Lane Barangay Kapitolyo, Pasig City The Philippines. E-mail: harbest@harbest.com.

Website: http://www.harbest.com.ph/

 

Del Monte, Philippines

Del Monte, Philippines float showcased different products of the company . The float had green, red and yellow ornamentation attached to the float .

Website : http://www.delmonte.ph/

Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/DelMontePH/

Philippine Horticultural Society Inc.

There are 10 participating Quezon City high school  at the street dancing contest

Ernesto Rondon High School

The students wore a stylized ethnic costume with green headdress and logo of Quezon City .

Bagong Silangan High School

The students were from the SPA – Special Program in the Arts from grade 7,8,9 and 10

Bagong Silangan High School

They wore recycled dress made from corn husk, newspaper, spoon , CD, candy wrapper , bottle caps , straw and sacks .

Tandang Sora High School

Tandang Sora High School students wore recycled plastics head gear and accessories

3rd Pinoy Herbal Festival

3RD PINOY HERBAL FESTIVAL celebrates THE POWER OF NATURAL HEALING

Much debate continues about the effectiveness of herbs as medicine. Some doctors argue that while its remedies can be useful in treating some ailments, they are very limited, particularly when it comes to treating more serious diseases.

Do we encourage the development and wider use of herbal medicines? And homeopathic remedies, as well as acupuncture, yoga, fasting, raw vegetable juices, massage, peace of mind, meditation, exercise and other natural therapies? FACT: HERBS ALONE DO NOT RESTORE AND MAINTAIN HEALTH, no matter how wisely used. This is because the body is a complicated machine which relies on other things as well to keep it going.

 

Do we as Filipino citizens continue to institutionalize this form of health care and capitalize on the abundant supply of indigenous plants with medicinal properties in our country? When, what and how do we use herbs? Do we believe in the medicinal values of herbs?

 

If yes, then join us as we celebrate the Power of Natural Healing on the 3rd Pinoy Herbal Festival, November 19 to 21, 2010 at the AANI Herbal Garden and Livelihood Center, Quezon Memorial Center, Quezon City.

 

Agri Aqua Network International Inc. (AANI) will organize the festival in cooperation with supporters and partners who believe in the power of natural healing which includes herbs and our indigenous plants. (Culinary herbs will also be highlighted).

 

Should you want to be our supporter/partner in this campaign, please call: 0918-800-1728 / (02) 497-2755.

AGRI-Link 2010 Expo

Last October 7 to 9, 2010, The World Trade Center hosted one of the Philippines biggest Agriculture Show. Envision as AGRI-LINK 2010 expo . the show aimed to bridge the buyers and the sellers of various Agriculture products, services , machinery , live stocks , industry practitioners , academe and technology transfer  .

Entrance to the retail area

There are many interesting ideas, products and technologies that will certainly be of great interest to lot of show goers. At the outdoor exhibit area, for instance, there will be a lot of plants aside from the farm animals. Guest of honors include Department of Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala .

King Louis Ornamental Plants and Cut Flower landscape exhibit booth

If you are interested in plants, you will see them in the booths of the Friends of AANI. There are, for instance, the many different bamboo varieties from Mrs. Carolina Gozon Jimenez who has developed a bamboo plantation in Antipolo City. She has about the biggest collection of bamboo varieties hereabouts.

If you are looking for planting materials of superior exotic fruit trees, you will also find them in the outdoor area. These include superior varieties of pummelo like Magallanes, two varieties from Vietnam as well as from Thailand. There will be stocks of grafted Longkong lanzones (the superior variety from Thailand), imported varieties of mango like Golden Queen from Taiwan, Peach mango from Australia, different varieties from Thailand and Florida (USA).

There will be rare fruit trees like the variegated orange that produces sweet and juicy fruits, sweet kamias seedlings, imported makopa varieties, sweet sampalok and many others.

Watermelon and Papaya fruits exhibited by Mr. Toto Barcelona of Harbest Corporation

One of the interesting exhibits will be the farm-ready seedlings from East-West Seed Company which include Sinta and Red Lady papaya, seedlings of tomato, eggplant, different varieties of sweet and hot peppers, bitter gourd  and others.

Quality fruits and vegetables harvest by Allied Botanical Corporation

Allied Botanical Corporation or just simply ABC booth is a consistent top-crowd drawer during the expo. Their sweet melons , high quality seeds of vegetables  , fruits and flowering annuals including their fertilizers earned them the nickname ” Ang Pambansang Fertilizer ” , ” Quality Seed Company ” , ” Kaagapay ng mga Magsasaka” , ” Forefront in Seed Technology“, ” Best Quality that a grower can find” among others.

Their demonstration farm in Pangasinan is a beehive of activities and their company is very proud to have sponsored several students from leading Philippine Colleges and Universities through their  scholarship projects.

Allied Botanical Corporation -Sales and Marketing Team

The company  also send a team of capable and experience oriented  resource speakers in various agriculture , horticultural shows all over the country.

Their never ending support earned their company as one of the leading pioneers in the seed, fertilizer and technology transfer in agriculture industry.

Agri-products from different parts of the country

There are over 300 exhibitor booths selling different kinds of agriculture products.

A panel of experts will also be available for ready consultation by trade show goers beside the booth of AANI. Dr. Rey Itchon  gave a lecture on free-range chickens.

French Pavilion exhibit at the Agri-Link expo 2010

Belmont Agriculture Corporation a French based company  which has been in the forefront of the industry for over 35 years. Belmont marketing manager Tony Magno said they will be displaying their modern tunnel ventilation system which uses fiberglass cone fans installed at one end of the house and large openings at the opposite end. The improved air quality removes excess heat, moisture, dusts, odors and harmful gases like carbon dioxide and ammonia, providing the birds with more free oxygen.

Belmont’s tunnel ventilation system lowers the temperature in the poultry house through evaporative cooling. The decrease in humidity helps keep the animals comfortable so they can eat more and grow faster. The birds are more healthy and will require less medication.

pot bellied piglets for sale

Magno said they customize each tunnel ventilation system, depending on the environment of the farm. He added that Belmont’s tunnel ventilation system lessens land area requirements, providing higher bird stock density by at least 35 percent more. One satisfied user of Belmont’s tunnel ventilation system is San Miguel Foods, Inc. which became more profitable after adopting the system.

James Yap wearing B-MEG T-shirt together with some eager fans

San Miguel Basketball and Pure foods Basketball Team were also within the WTC grounds as part of the company support to the event.

AGRI-LINK 2009

Come & Visit!!! Philippines’ biggest and most prestigious international trade show on agribusiness, food and fishery. THEME: ” Sustainable Food Production: Focus on the Filipino Market”

The country’s world-class food products are set to draw international attention at the forthcoming Agrilink, Foodlink and Aqualink 2009, which is slated at the World Trade Center, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City on October 9-11.

  • 16th International Agribusiness Exhibition and Seminars
  • 10th International Food Processing, Packaging and Products Exhibition
  • 5th National Fisheries Exhibition and Seminars

Seminars

October 8, 3:30-5:30pm (Thursday), Venue: Tent, WTC

  • Snap Hydrophonics
  • Indigenous Plants for Health and Wellness
  • Food Safety Assurance System: Key to Meet Global Demands for Safety & Quality of Exported Food Products
  • Quantum Agriculture

October 9, 10:30am-12:30pm (Friday), Venue: Tent, WTC

  • Snap Hydrophonics
  • Indigenous Plants for Health and Wellness
  • Making Money Out of Guppies & Other Live Bearers
  • Raising Koi & Other Egg Layers for Fun & Profit
  • Going for the Big Time by Raising High Value Ornamentals
  • Niche Market vs. Mass Market in Aquaculture
  • Organic Local Market & Global Trade
  • Organic Poultry & Piggery Presentation

1:00-3:00pm

  • HUCC Postharvest Processing Technologies
  • The Road to the Control of Disease Outbreaks in Pigs: No Shortcuts…No Blind Curves..
  • Bamboo for Sustainable Environmental Protection & Economic Development

1:00-3:00pm

  • Seminar on Demystifying eLearning
  • Investment Opportunities in Mariculture Parks
  • Culture & Market Potentials of Pangasius
  • Introducing the Humback Grouper
  • Cage Culture of Macrobrachium in Inland Waters
  • The Use of Bamboo & Local Materials for Local Buildings

October 10, 10:30am-12:30pm (Saturday), Venue: Tent, WTC

  • All About Medicinal Herbs

1:00-6:00pm

  • Business Opportunities in Mariculture Parks/Zones
  • Climate Adaptation Measures for Fisherfolks: The Region 8 Success Story
  • Farming Potential of Peneaus Vannamei or PacificWhite Shrimp in Freshwater Systems
  • Improvement of Farmed Seaweed Seedstocks Through Tissue Culture
  • Development Plan for the Philippine Ornamental Fish Industry
  • Global Competitiveness of the Philippine Ornamental Fish
  • The Wawa & Yoreka Success Stories
  • Ornamental Fish Health & Quality Control Protocols
  • Export Procedures for Ornamental Fish

3:30-5-30pm

  • Development Indexing – Social Return of Investment

Special Events (Venue: Lobby, WTC)

  • 10:30am-12:00nn – Agri-Kapihan Forum: Latest in Organic Farming
  • 3:00pm-5:00pm – Cooking Demonstration: Latest Trends of Meat Processing with the Use of Fiber Technology
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