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Activated Carbon Market to reach USD 12.70 Bn by 2030, growing at a CAGR of ...

GetNews 16 May 2024
Produced from carbon-rich materials like coal, coconut shells, and wood through carbonization and activation processes, it is renowned for its strong adsorption capabilities ... carbon producers.
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Solon lauds PBBM vow to fund PCA program

Manila Standard 13 May 2024
Luis Raymund Villafuerte of Camarines Sur, a coconut-producing province, said ...
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How the humble coconut is starting to fuel parts of Papua New Guinea

AOL 10 May 2024
The oil from copra – the white flesh from the coconut – is used to produce biodiesel, a renewable fuel made from biological sources, such as vegetable oils or animal fats ... to produce coconut biodiesel.
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The Palai Inc. initiative: Advancing organic agriculture in South Cotabato

Sun Star 06 May 2024
For export, the country produces organic pineapples, bananas, banana chips, sugar (muscovado and coconut), coffee, coconut vinegar, coconut oil, banaba leaves, and herbs ... It is a leading producer of these exported organic food products.
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Salt Industry Development Act

Manila Bulletin 30 Apr 2024
It mandated all salt producers to iodize their products. Salt has many uses other than food such as in agriculture (coconut fertilizer), health and wellness (relieve sore throat-gargle with warm water, soak feet) etc.
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"Demand for coconuts is increasing"

Fresh Plaza 26 Apr 2024
Although we produce coconuts year-round, we're currently getting to ....
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The future of our coconut industry is in diversified manufacturing

Manila Bulletin 22 Apr 2024
Developments in Axelum’s operations as well as those of other coconut processing companies bode well for the island economy of Mindanao, which produces a major chunk of our country’s coconuts.
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Vegan chocolate crowned Supreme Champion at Outstanding Food Producer Awards

RNZ 19 Apr 2024
A New Zealand chocolate touted as being 'so good it doesn't taste vegan' has been crowned Supreme Champion at this year's Outstanding Food Producer Awards. Mind Your Temper's Black Forest Bonbon is a plant-based chocolate made with coconut milk.
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"The demand for Vietnamese coconuts Is experiencing significant growth”

Fresh Plaza 18 Apr 2024
... coconut industry in Vietnam, producing high-quality coconuts.
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Rarotonga grower raises concerns about produce theft

Cook Islands News 18 Apr 2024
A Rarotonga grower has raised concerns about what can be done to those caught stealing produce from other people’s farms ... He says other produce such as coconuts are also sometimes reported stolen.
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Trà Vinh exports organic coconut flower nectar to Australia

Vietnam News 16 Apr 2024
Trà Vinh, the country’s second largest coconut producer after neighbouring Bến Tre Province, has nearly 27,400 ha of coconut, mostly in Càng Long, Tiểu Cần, and Cầu Kè districts. It plans to widen its coconut growing area to 30,000ha by 2030.
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NanoForge to set up facility in PH

The Manila Times 16 Apr 2024
The proposed facility will specialize in producing high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters and will also use activated carbon from coconut shells, which will help Filipino coconut farmers.
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Isreali Embassy, Innov8 Boost Employment,  Bolster Nigeria’s Economic Prosperity Through i-FAIR

This Day 16 Apr 2024
Nigeria .. By Eniola Olakunri. ‘Empowering the individual means empowering the nation ... MitiMeth – a luxury brand employing waste, water hyacinth, banana fiber, coconut shells and bamboo to produce handsome handmade decors and clothing accessories.
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US firm NanoForge plans to invest in coco filter manufacturing facility

Manila Standard 15 Apr 2024
... the Philippines to produce high-efficiency air filters made from coconut shells.
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Ministry releases exports of moringa leaves, charcoal to Asia, Europe

Antara News 14 Apr 2024
The coconut charcoal produced by PT Cococha Indonesia will be exported to Jordan with a volume of 33 tons valued at Rp814 million. Alamsyah said that in the future, coconut farmers in West Java would ...
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