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Buy mushrooms, help farmers
Davao-based Mavil’s House of Mushrooms offers a variety of healthy mushroom chips.
Through Mavil’s research, they also have successfully developed a new breed of oyster mushroom and are planning to patent it in the future. They provide hands-on training and free technical support with the hope of raising the income of farmers in Tagum and surrounding areas.
Providing livelihood to mother crafters is social enterprise Mori Notes which offers multifunctional, quirky-designed pouches for everyday use.
The Quezon City enterprise’s flagship product Pursebook Journal combines a purse and a journal notebook into one convenient and sleek item. It also offers Dual Zip Purses, a wallet and cellphone holder in one; gadget organizers; neck pouches; insulated lunch bags; and travel wallets.
Mavil’s and Mori Notes were both awardees at the BPI Sinag Reignite 2020 Awards, the flagship program of BPI Foundation that champions Filipino social enterprises.
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