P4M-seaweed processing plant to rise in Guimaras
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A P4-MILLION seaweed processing plant is set to rise in Brgy. Concordia, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras in August 2017. A first in Western Visayas, the facility targets to process into powder at least one ton of fresh seaweeds daily. Seaweed farming is also a source of livelihood in Carles, Concepcion, San Dionisio, Estancia, in Iloilo, and Caluya in Antique. The seaweed farmers dry it for a week, then, send the dried seaweeds to Cebu.
De los Santos., M. A. (2017, July 10). P4M-seaweed processing plant to rise in Guimaras. The Daily Guardian, p. B1.
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