'Oplan Isda' yields seafood produce
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The Provincial Fisheries Office (PFO) here announced that at least half a ton of seafood was bought by the fisherfolk cooperatives of Tarlac from another fisherfolk group — Bulacan’s Nagkakaisang Samahan ng Mangingisda sa Bayan ng Paombong (NASAMAPA). PFO Tarlac chief Lanie Lamyong said that the trading of “ready for vending” seafood produce was through the efforts of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources-Central Luzon’s (BFAR3) Fisheries Post-Harvest and Monitoring Division (FPHMD) and her office. “The procurement of the seafood produce is one of the many commercial links between fisherfolk cooperatives from other provinces,” Lamyong said, adding that it is patterned to BFAR’s “Oplan Isda” program which is a marketing intervention to increase fisherfolk income by strengthening relations among fisherfolk cooperatives.
Reyes, J. (2022, April 1). 'Oplan Isda' yields seafood produce. Daily Tribune, p. B16.
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