Demo-farm products from the island of chocolate hills

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Bohol is not just known for its beaches and hills. It is also a home to organically produced products and vegetables.

Bohol Integrated Development Foundation (BIDEF), non-governmental organization based in Tagbilaran City, offers vermi compost, calamansi & calamansi juice, and dragon fruit, straight from the demo farms they have formed, with the help of Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP).

In production, BIDEF follows the Standard Center for Rural Development in the University of the Philippines in Los Banos. For orders, you may contact Francis Bernard Batoy. 


  • Vermi Compost
  • Calamansi
  • Dragon Fruit 
      #39 Hontanosas St., Tagbilaran City
    • Tel No: (038) 411 4455
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