Food producers, manufacturers, traders and importers have started lining up at the Department of Agriculture (DA) Central Office in Quezon City as DA steps-up the processing of application for Food Pass Accreditation. This level-up move aims to maintain the unhampered and unimpeded delivery of food and other agricultural commodities in the middle of the enforcement of the enhanced community quarantine in the whole of Luzon.
Nemia Faraon, who is among the first to fill up the prescribed application form, is transporting table eggs from Antipolo to Quezon City. She and husband Santos, owners of the Sabrosa Foods Inc., are also importers of milk, which will be delivered to different cities in Metro Manila.
The DA’s Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Service (AMAS), remains in full force amidst the month-long quarantine to manage the accreditation process and ensure the regular monitoring of supplies of stocks at various points of the supply chain. (Photo by Alarico Nuestro, DA-AFID)
Paano po makakuha ng food pass?
Here are the details: http://www.da.gov.ph/infographics/food-lane-conduct-pass/
Good day ask ko lang po may 2 hectares kasi na pinamahala ang uncle ko sa orion bataan may tanim na 21 trees na mango at red royale and f1 chili kaso since nag ecq dna ko nakapunta para magtanim pa, madali lang b makakuha ng pass para ma check ko mga tanim ko dun at makapag tanim pa dahil mag mga seedling pa ko galing kay farm ready.
Hi po. Magtanong po kayo sa Da ninyo. Sila po ang makaksagot. Salamat po.