Being a farmer runs in their blood since that has been the business of Alfredo’s family. They usually borrow funds if the plant or crop has been damaged or affected by a disaster like typhoon. It was just a blessing that they are now able to have enough to pay their debt and that they are able to sustain their daily needs especially the needs of their child. They’ve been part of Session Groceries since August of 2018. They offer ampalaya, french beans & pechay. They usually sell pechay in Baguio City.
They knew Session Groceries from one of our partner farmers, sir Rony Carlos. Emilia and Alfredo didn’t take this big opportunity for granted. They were more inspired to work harder this time even if they had to give their crops for free before because of the small market and low demand of vegetable supply in their area. Emilia & Alfredo never give up even when they even have to sell their crops for as low as Php5.00 per kilo and have to travel from Sablan to Baguio. These two never lose hope that someday it will be a better day for them to sell their crops at the right price.