Last Saturday (July 3, 2010) we had the opportunity to promote the Trinidad and Tobago Mango Festival on New York radio – WBAI! Gia (NRWP), Kathryn (IICA), Yolande Selman (Tourism Development Company) and Brian Cockburn (UWI) – all members of the planning committee for the festival, participated in a 30 minute interview with the host of […]
Did you know that the succulent Julie mango really comes from Trinidad even though the world’s mango family was really born in India? At first blush, it sounds like the story of indentured labour, but in truth, when you think about the varieties of mango that have sprung up wherever there is warm, dry weather […]
For what it may be worth to you! almost every week there is supposedly wonder miracle news about tropical fruits and their health benefits.I daresay that if you follow all of these newly-found-out research news, that you will live until you die…ha ha haMangoes have been found to prevent or stop certain colon and breast […]
IICA’s Contribution to the Development of Agriculture and Rural Communities in Trinidad and Tobago
The IICA Office in Trinidad and Tobago has published their annual report for 2009, entitled “IICA’s Contribution to the Development of Agriculture and Rural Communities in Trinidad and Tobago”. We are pleased to share this publication with you. Click here to access the report on IICA’s website.