• Welcome to the Official Website of Moringaling Philippines Foundation Inc.

    Main Office: G/F PITAHC Bldg. East Avenue Medical Center East Ave, Quezon City 1104 Philippines Mobile No. 0925-843-0033

  • Moringa

    Here in the Philippines, it is commonly called Malunggay in Tagalog and Kamunggay in Cebuano. Almost all of its plant parts have various important applications in the industrial, pharmaceutical and food industries. The plant roots are used as natural medicines for many people. Its bark and seed pods are a good source for dyes and tannins. Its leaves, stems and twigs are used as animal feeds. But the most important of all its plant parts is its seeds.

  • What are the health benefits of moringa?

    Scientific research confirms that these humble leaves are a powerhouse of nutritional value. Gram for gram, moringa leaves contain: SEVEN times the vitamin C in oranges, FOUR times the Calcium in milk, FOUR times the vitamin A in carrots, TWO times the protein in milk and THREE times the Potassium in bananas.

  • Why is moringa called the “Miracle Tree”?

    Moringa leaves and pods when taken in regularly, will nourish the body with necessary vitamins and minerals. All parts of the moringa tree including leaves, pods, bark, seed, fruits and root has medicinal value. Hence, it was called the ‘Miracle Tree.’

  • 5th Moringa Congress

    The recently concluded 5th Moringa Congress held last Nov 21-22, 2013 at Mimosa Convention Hall in Clark, Pampanga was attended by some 300 participants coming from nearby provinces and the Visayas and Mindanao regions.

  • 1st International Symposium on Moringa

    In partnership with the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), the World Vegetable Center (AVRDC) and Central Philippine University (CPU), the MPFI hosted successfully the first ever International Symposium on Moringa at Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria last November 15 to 18, 2015. It was attended by local and foreign delegates from 36 countries.

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Who we are?

Moringaling Philippines Foundation, Inc. (MPFI) is a network organization serving the moringa supply chain in the Philippines – farmers/ producers, processors/ manufacturers, health enthusiasts, suppliers, exporters and consumers of Moringa products.

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. We shall be the Moringa umbrella organization in the Philippines connecting all stakeholders and working together for a sustainable and globally competitive industry

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You are most welcome to our meetings every 4th Friday of the month at our office  – G/F PITAHC Bldg. East Avenue Medical Center, East Ave, Quezon City 1104, Philippines

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MPFI Activities

October 16, 2013 : at the Sangguniang Bayan in Rosales together with different groups; presentors were Bernadette Arellano, Bing van Tooren, Raffie Baroso

October 19, 2013: PRESSCON WITH THE MPFI Board of Directors AT MIMOSA CLARK AND followed tv/RADIO INTERVIEWS at RJ station in Makati with Deanne Hernandez, at the Camp Aguinaldo radio station, and twice at official tv station of Clark

November 21, 2013: Moringa Congress at Clark

January 4, 2014: Upon invitation by CGMA, workshop given to the people of Porac and Canadian guest: Presentors were Gina Matsuoka, Bing van Tooren and Bernadette Arellano

January 19, 2014: At the Quiboloy radio/tv station in Dagupan: on the air interview of Bernadette Arellano and Rosie Cabintac

February 27,2014: Upon invitation by Organic Agriculture group workshop with the Senior Citizens group in Alaminos, Pangasinan: presentors: Raffie Baroso, Philip Somcio, Jekah Rapada, Bernadette Arellano and the LBP branch manager

April  27, 2014 : By invitation of the Crusaders, one hundred fifty attending the workshop in their San Fabian compound, Pangasinan: presentors were Rosie Cabintac, Bing van Tooren, Gina Matsuoka, and Bernadette Arellano

May 6, 2014: By invitation of the President of the Rosales Barangay Rural Health Units, 200 BHW's attended: presentors: Jason Manto, Bernadette Arellano, and Jekah Rapada