[Backliners] How a group of Millennials used social media and technology to help strawberry farmers sell their produce during Covid-19 pandemic

As the lockdown pushed the Philippine supply chain into disarray, farmers found a helping hand from agri-preneurs.

Some of these agriculture entrepreneurs formed SadiwaPH, a fund-raising group whose members used social media platforms like Twitter to help strawberry farmers from Benguet to directly market their produce to consumers in Metro Manila amid the enhanced community quarantine.

BusinessMirror reporter Jasper Arcalas talked to 24-year-old Max Carasig, one of the people behind SadiwaPH.


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