Agrilink. Foodlink. Aqualink
The Philippines’ largest, most influential and internationally recognized trade
exhibition on Agriculture, Food and Aquaculture.
October 5-7, 2023
World Trade Center, Manila, Philippines
AgriLink: 2022 Highlights
Last year, the focus region was Region 13, and the focus was – High Value Crops such as Cacao, Coffee and Abaca, with the theme “Inclusive Growth in Agribusiness Chain: Key to Stability”.
Inclusive growth, as the OECD
Twenty-eight years of AgriLink and still counting!
2022 was a year of recovery and revival. As restrictions continuously eased with the pandemic more manageable, our economy recovered, and more world markets reopened. After
28th International Agribusiness Exhibition and Seminars
22nd International Food Processing, Packaging and Products Exhibition
17th National Fisheries Exhibition and Seminars
October 5-7, 2023
World Trade Center
“Plant Health and Value Adding: Key To Competitiveness”
Plant health and farm management have always been a major issue for Philippine agriculture, the value chain, and livelihood of farmers. Plant health encompasses integrated agricultural practices, including sanitation, fertilization, irrigation, soil management, pest and disease management,
Crops and Region on Focus
Philippine mango is distinguished globally. Philippines was once one of the biggest exporters of mango worldwide. In 2021, mango exports reached US$617.77 million, while the gross value-added income for mango was PhP37.4 billion. While the industry remains dynamic,
AgriLink is the agribusiness exhibition and seminars organized by the Foundation for Resource Linkage & Development, annually in October. …
FoodLink is the annual exhibition for food products; processing and packaging industries where leading international …
AquaLink is also annual exhibition for fisheries sector. The first Aqualink was the name given to the National Fisheries Convention …
News & Press Releases
Ilocos Norte Mango Farms with Good Agricultural Practices
Ilocos Norte is one of the biggest producers of mango in the Philippines, with many of its fresh produce going to other provinces like Cebu and even...
Mango Sector in Ilocus Sur
The mango sector in Ilocus Sur might not be as big like those in Pangasinan or Ilocos Norte, but their sizeable market encompasses Region 1 and...
Mango Growers in La Union Remain Resilient
In La Union, majority of the mangoes produced in the province are distributed to local markets and shipped to nearby provinces like Pangasinan and...
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