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Pinoy farmers harvest edamame for the first time

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CLARK FREEPORT A joint project between a company and Northern Luzon farmers cooperatives allowed the Philippines to harvest edamame, or young soybeans from Japan, for the first time.

CLARK FREEPORT joint project between a company and Northern Luzon farmers cooperatives allowed the Philippines to harvest edamame, or young soybeans from Japan, for the first time.

A 20-hectare farm located in Barrio Talipapa, Cabanatuan City in Nueva Ecija produced the first edamame beans. The beans are now bound for Japan.

The farm is a joint project of Top Shelf Corp. and a number of Northern Luzon farmers cooperatives. Top Shelf Corporation is a company formed by young farmers Raphael Pelayo, Elaine Timbol and Jeff Fernandez.

See full article at Business Mirror

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