PCAI Bizworkshop

The workshop is designed to enhance the participants' knowledge of the recent and emerging developments in agribusinesses at the global and regional levels, allow them to understand and learn best practices in managing business issues and sharpen skills in formulating strategies to achieve higher productivity and transform their organizations to global standards.


- Gain key insights on local and global economies
- Be equipped with necessarry tools in designing your strategy plan
- Learn from academe and business practicioners the latest innovations on agribusiness and agribusiness management to create a sustainable competitive position
- Balanced scorecard made easy - monitoring of results and targets




PCAI Christmas Party 2015

PCAI held its annual Christmas Party last December 2, 2015 at Balete at Kamias in Quezon City.


Juice Up Calamansi

Go for calamansi when you want to cool down from the tropical heat of the Philippines. Abundant and widely available, the nutritious calamansi is a mainstay in the selection of juices here in the country. A great alternative to the popular lemon and lime, the calamansi localizes the citrus experience to excite even the most discerning palettes.

Calamansi


The Calamansi is a smooth and slightly spiny plant, growing to a height of 3 to 5 meters. Leaflets are elliptic to oblong-elliptic of 4 to 8 inches long. Petioles are narrowly and scarcely winged, about a centimeter long. Flowers are axillary, solitary, rarely in pairs, white, and short-stalked. Fruit is yellow when ripe, nearly spherical, 2 to 3.5 cm diameter, and thin-skinned. The skin or peel is green to yellowish green or yellow, loosely adhering to the flesh. The flesh contains a few light orange seeds. [Philippine Medicinal Plants]