Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) still stands alongside the Department of Agriculture (DA) in its efforts, already having distributed thousands of chicken to more than 3,000 farmers in Central Luzon a week ago.
First, the Philippines’ poultry leader provided 369 fresh dressed chicken and 246 Marinado cut-ups to 593 farmers in Botolan, Zambales.
BAVI then showed the same sort of dedication to 147 farmers in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija; 483 farmers in Samal, Bataan; 400 farmers in Casiguran, Aurora; 248 farmers in Malolos, Bulacan; 712 farmers in Maria Aurora, Aurora; and 543 farmers in Tarlac City, Tarlac.
All of that, still in support of DA’s Cash and Food Subsidy for Marginal Farmers and Fisherfolk Program, which hopes to uplift nearly 900,000 beneficiaries in the continuing COVID-19 crisis.
“We thank the Department of Agriculture for their trust in our products and our people,” expressed company president Ronald Mascariñas, full of gratitude. “Being part of this program is an opportunity for us to serve our farming and fishing communities which have been heroically feeding the nation even amidst the pandemic.”
The partnership between Chooks-to-Go’s parent company and the government formally set sail last December 15 and is still going strong.
And BAVI’s always amiable executive vowed continued strong support. As Mascariñas put it, “Ang ayudang ito ng DA ay para sa buong Pilipinas. Abangan ang announcement ng inyong lugar para rito.”
“Maraming salamat po sa DA sa inyong tiwala sa BAVI.”
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