Processed Shrimp

Processed Shrimp Shrimp is one of the seven major aquaculture species in the Philippines and is one of the country’s two major aquaculture exports, sent to countries such as Japan, Korea, and the United States. Shrimp farming in the Philippines uses a variety of systems which are affected by the climate, availability of capital, site continue reading : Processed Shrimp

Processed Meat

Processed Meat The Philippine processed meat industry has six different product categories: fresh processed meat products, cured meat pieces, raw-cooked products, pre-cooked products, raw (dry) – fermented sausages, and dried meat. Major export products are sausages, corned beef, bacon, luncheon meat, and other indigenous meat products.   About Processed Meat The country is a net continue reading : Processed Meat

Processed Fruit

Processed Fruit Dried mangoes is among the more competitive food manufactured products in the Philippines. The country’s brand of dried mangoes is well-recognized around the world, with 85% of total dried mango local production exported to key markets, such as the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, and other Asia Pacific countries. Because of the continue reading : Processed Fruit

Condiments

Condiments Condiments and sauces are among the country’s essential food products. In a country where eating and dining is an important social activity, these products are constantly profitable and will continue to experience high levels of demand as the population increases. In this regard, the Philippine condiments industry can enhance its competitiveness in specialty products, continue reading : Condiments

Carrageenan

Carrageenan Among the world’s top biggest exporters, the Philippines is a well-known and leading producer of carrageenan. “Philippine-grade” carrageenan is one of the most reliable inputs in meat processing, processed food, dairy products, condiments, personal care products, and pet food products.   About Carrageenan The Philippines produces high-quality, food-grade carrageenan. About 70% of Philippine carrageenan continue reading : Carrageenan