AVOCADO is a TRUST fruit. It’s one of those fruits that require you to trust the person you are buying it from, especially if you are buying it online. You can of course go to the grocery but that would mean paying too much for it. You can buy it from RuRi and you know that you are helping the farmers directly, but you will have to put out some trust. We’re putting our FULL TRUST in Brgy. Mayag in Bauko, Mt. Province that the avocado they give us will not make us sad. Several times now, we’ve taken avocados from lowland farms and we have had to refund our members for fruit that was picked too early that they never ripened. It’s been hit and miss. MOUNTAIN AVOCADOS for some reason have always been good, texture and taste, we’ve had no complaints. We like it that way, and we have very high hopes for this one. As should you, if you love avocados, I am writing this for you.
Brgy. Mayog is one of the most economically-depressed barangays of Bauko, Mountain Province. Most of the farmers there are Agararian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs), growing rice and vegetables. The way they augment their income are these avocados. These are their houses under the trees and these are the Mountain Avocados under their tables. Zoom in on trees, the Mountain Avocados are matured and ready to go. Zoom in on the cut Mountain Avocado, the ripeness have not reached the rind. Zoom in on the Mountain Avocados under the table, the avocados are all of equal size. Good signs, all of these.
We are taking the group to Mayog, Mt. Province to buy the Mountain Avocados from the family trees of rice and vegetable farmers there so they can augment their income. Every member who contributes P540 gets 5 kilos of Mountain Avocados. Founder members get 5.5 kg.
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