Yasutaka Shinozaki-san is a semi-retiree who is concerned about the food safety and health of the Family. He
started organic farming for 2 years and he became a buzzword on organic vegetables delivery in Manila. 

I hesitated to share this foodie discovery but some OAP readers might
want to have organic vegetables delivered to their doorsteps. Prices are a bit expensive compared to ordinary vegetables.

What’s the advantage of Organic Vegetables? The farm follows the organic best practice of using no pesticides, no weed-killers, or no chemical fertilizers at all. It uses techniques like using the smoke of natural leaves, branches and grasses; spraying vinegar or calamansi with garlic; or deploying fine nets to protect their vegetables. It uses compost and other natural materials only.

Shinozaki Farm delivers pure organic vegetables with two types of baskets (minimum order):

1. Basket (standard) – P650
– with 10-15 kinds of vegetables,
– volume good for two, twice meals a day for 5-7 days,
– delivered to your doorstep once a week.
– contents are on timely harvest basis only so customer has no choice

2. Basket S (small) – P450
– with same kind of vegetables as the standard basket,
– volume good for two, twice meals a day for 3-4 days,
– delivered to your doorstep once a week.
– contents are on timely harvest basis only so customer has no choice

Note:
Additional vegetables per pc or per kg varies
Additional fruits per pc or per kg varies, seasonal (30 kinds of fruit trees with 70 mango trees)

Shinozaki Farm also delivers:

Organic Chicken Eggs – P100 per dozen
Native Chicken – P250 per kg, weighs 1-1.5kg per head, delivered dressed as a whole
Wild Duck – P300 per kg, weighs about 1kg, delivered dressed as a whole
White Duck – P250 per kg, weights about 2-2.5kg, delivered dressed as a whole
Goose – P400 per kg. weighs 2.5-3.5kg, delivered dressed as a whole
Organic Rice – P650-800 per 10kg, delivered twice a year, right after harvest and mil 

+P50 per delivery as chip-in to fuels

Note:
– Fowls are grown in open area such as a rice field
– They are never kept in small cages
– They eat all-natural food, like rice-bran, beans, potatoes, greens, fish, seaweed, our organic vegetables and fruits
– They drink deep well or natural water only
– They are running around or swimming in about 2,000 square meter open area every day
– They don’t use antibiotics (unlike broilers, which are usually overdosed with special hormones too)

Francisco-Shinozaki Farm Inc.,

San Jose Patag, Santa Maria, Bulacan 

Telephone: +63 44-641-4970
Mobile: +63917-838-8081

Live an Awesome Life in God’s Grace,

Anton

Text by Anton Diaz. Copyright 2008.

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