The Philippines is home to a confluence of flavors with its rich and diverse agricultural sectors that span across its 7,641 islands. Its unique topographic features and apt climatic conditions provide the right setup for thousands of plant and animal species to thrive and continue to nourish its people.
The Philippines’ lakes and seas near Laguna and Quezon enhance the subtle taste of its coconuts. Likewise, its pristine seas and diverse marine life in Sarangani and Occidental Mindoro allow sought-after tuna species to become fatter and more exquisite.
The suitable tropical conditions in Cebu, Bukidnon and Davao helps in nurturing sweeter and more sumptuous varieties of mango, pineapple and banana. Also, the abundance of nearby tropical fruits and flowers makes for more fruity and delectable cacao and coffee varieties in Benguet, Cavite, Batangas and Davao.