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ADB approves $500-M loan for Philippine agri sector

The Philadelphia Inquirer 27 Jan 2023
... help the Philippine government expand economic opportunities in agriculture while ensuring near- to long-term food security for Filipinos.
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Food as Embodiment and Connection

Resilience 26 Jan 2023
Kamayan is a traditional style of eating for Filipinos in the motherland and beyond ... These structural and social realities have distorted our relationships with food and severed us from the medicinal properties of food and its sacred presence in our lives and relationships ... Even as early as the womb, we are irreversibly connected through food.
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From rags to riches: Filipino entrepreneur’s journey to success in UAE

Arab News 26 Jan 2023
When Jenny Segalowitz arrived in the UAE two decades ago, she started with a minimum wage job, working hard to help her family, and with a resilience that years later saw her flourish as one of the most successful Filipino entrepreneurs in Dubai ... In 2003, while still in college, Segalowitz received a job offer from a fast-food chain in Abu Dhabi.
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Tulfo eyes health ratings stamped on food products

Manila Standard 26 Jan 2023
To provide Filipino consumers proper knowledge on the food they eat, Sen. Raffy Tulfo filed a bill mandating the use of a health rating system on the labels of packaged food products ... This includes comprehensive knowledge of the food individuals consume ... the packaged food product.
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These 20+ restaurants are opening in Fresno, Clovis in 2023. Here’s what’s coming

Marietta Daily Journal 26 Jan 2023
There’s lots to look forward to on the Fresno-area restaurant scene in 2023. At least two dozen new restaurants and bars are in the works. They range from an international Filipino fast food chain that people get excited about (yes, ... .
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Philippine economy grows at fastest pace in 40 years

Al Jazeera 26 Jan 2023
“We are confident that we will remain in our high growth trajectory,” Baliscan told a media briefing on Thursday. He said China’s reopening will be a boon for the Philippine economy while protecting the purchasing power of Filipinos and ensuring food security would remain priorities for the government as the public grapples with high inflation ... .
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Philippines 2022 GDP growth quickest in over 4 decades, but outlook challenging

Arab News 26 Jan 2023
MANILA ... He said China’s reopening will be a boon for the Philippine economy, while protecting the purchasing power of Filipinos and ensuring food security would remain priorities for the government as the public grapples with high inflation ... For 2023, Capital Economics is expecting growth of 5.5 percent ... ....
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GMB: The chilly relationship between Byron Brown and Mark Poloncarz gets frostier

The Buffalo News 26 Jan 2023
FOOD & DRINK ... Several restaurateurs left adrift by a September fire at Grant Street’s celebrated international food court are coming downtown. Downtown Bazaar will add South Sudanese, Ethiopian, Filipino and Puerto Rican culinary choices to the menu at 617 Main St.
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Ambassador's Message

The Manila Times 25 Jan 2023
Filipino migration to Australia can be traced back to the 1880s, when pioneering 'Manila Men' arrived in northern Australia to work in the pearling industry. Many of these first Filipinos settled in remote coastal towns like Broome, Cooktown, and Thursday Island ... food and religion.
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Ambassador’s Message

Manila Standard 25 Jan 2023
Filipino migration to Australia can be traced back to the 1880s, when pioneering ‘Manila Men’ arrived in northern Australia to work in the pearling industry. Many of these first Filipinos settled in remote coastal towns like Broome, Cooktown, and Thursday Island.
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World-class force for good in food in Southeast Asia

Manila Standard 25 Jan 2023
In 2020, Unilever announced an expanded Future Foods ambition with two key objectives ... Help reduce the environmental impact of the global food chain ... Knorr and Lady’s Choice are among Unilever’s prized food brands in the country, nearly synonymous to Filipino family meal favorites like ‘sinigang’ and ‘macaroni salad.’.
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DA to push seed industry program

The Manila Times 25 Jan 2023
This new program presents logical and useful steps in our continuing and various efforts to ensure national food security to Filipinos," Agriculture Senior Undersecretary Domingo Panganiban said ... Cynthia Villar, who chairs the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Food and Agrarian ...
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Why the Philippines is the surprising destination for you if you love a rum cocktail ...

Metro UK 25 Jan 2023
The first stop was the Filipino capital, Manila, which I took in bleary-eyed from the taxi, recently excavated from my long-haul slumber by a Gulf Air attendant with a sensitive bedside manner ... My Filipino food and drink awakening began in Makati, the bougie finance district ... Don Papa rum pays tribute to an anti-colonial Filipino hero (Picture.
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PH welcomes first batch of Chinese tourists this year

Manila Standard 25 Jan 2023
“We welcome you to the Philippines and we cannot wait to let you feel the warmth of the Filipino people and to enjoy our award-winning beach destinations and all our nature-based offerings. The Philippines is a country blessed with many islands, a wealth of cultural offerings, wonderful food, and the warmth of the Filipino people ... ....
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HazelCheffy engaged, shares preparation for 'buhay mag-asawa'

The Manila Times 25 Jan 2023
KNOWN to the public as HazelCheffy, Filipino food-hack maven, ulam (viand) content creator and family bonding connoisseur Hazel Añonuevo is engaged. HazelCheffy shares with her community the simple and heartwarming engagement, which was witnessed by friends and loved ones, in a video titled "Cooking Ina Mo Engaged Na!" ... Don't keep mum ... Facebook ... ....

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