Snapshot: One ‘Pine’ Day at DOLE PINEAPPLE PLANTATION – Polomolok, South Cotabato

On the method to Koronadal City, we made a short stop at the DOLE Kalsangi Club home in Polomolok, South Cotabato. After a “pine” lunch (composed of Pinoy dishes with pineapples), we had a possibility to check out some parts of the vast plantation that rugs the ordinary at the base of Mt. Matutum.

The town’s development had been dragging its feet up until December 1963 when Dole Philippines was inaugurated as well as ended up being its largest industrial firm. According to my bestfriend Wikipedia, “As of 2004, the area planted to pineapple is 15,507.872 hectares with an typical production volume of 31.94 metric tons per hectare. This industry, which is located at Barangay Cannery Site, produces about 6,000 tasks at present.”

Polomolok is stated to be the richest municipality in South Cotabato (and one of the richest in Mindanao), with DOLE Philippines being the biggest taxpayer.

Dole Pineapple Plantation
Polomolok, South Cotabato

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Special thanks to Red of regional Governance support Program for regional economic advancement (LGSP-LED) as well as Louie of Allah Valley Landscape advancement alliance (AVLDA) for making this trip possible.

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