Regional plum for bee farm of Bohol

A hotel resort and  food production company engaged in organic food production and eco-tourism services in Panglao Island, Bohol, was chosen as the 2017 Best Setup Adoptor (regional level) during the Regional Science and Technology Week held at the Cebu Waterfront Hotel in Cebu City recently.

A partner-beneficiary of the Department of Science and Technology 7, Bohol Bee farm, at the same time, awarded as one of the top 5 finalists for National Best Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program Adoptor in the country.

Owned by the Victoria Sandidge, the Bohol Bee Farm is a beneficiary of the DoST 7 funding and technical assistance to boost the productivity and profitability of its organic food business. 

Her products include organic ice cream, spread, bread and other products whose ingredients are mostly sourced from within the farm of the eco-tourist resort.

As a partner-beneficiary of the DoST 7 under Setup, her business was able to avail of funding assistance for the acquisition of a brand new ice cream machine that enables it to increase its production from 40 gallons a day to an average of 250 gallons a day.

The DoST also provided the Bohol Bee Farm technical support to raise the packaging and shelf-life quality of its products to excellent standards.

Topics: Regional plum , Bohol Bee farm , Panglao Island , Bohol ,
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