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Pineapples, a different look

Pineapple is a very popular crop in the Philippines. But what do you do with the leaves after the harvest? But small entrepreneurs can turn this waste problem into surprising innovation!
Man holding pineapple

EDD 2021 - Creating wealth from pineapple waste: profitable farming and clean fashion

Pineapple farming happens year-round, giving family farmers an assured source of income. LPMPC, a Philippine cooperative of pineapple farmers sells the fruit and pineapple-based products such as juice and jam. However, it is a waste product that offers the greatest profit: fibers extracted from pineapple leaves. 

The world is holding its breath

Covid-19 is wreaking havoc on the world. Things can even worsen in continents such as Africa and Latin America. In Asia and Europe the virus is far from under control. We are currently adjusting our projects and objectives worldwide. One thing is for sure: only together we can beat this virus

Trias employees reachable via email

Following the corona measures, Trias staff in Brussels and elsewhere in the world are working from their homes as much as possible. Currently they are easiest to reach via email.

Everyone has dreams, right?

Unfortunately, obstacles such as poverty, ignorance and exclusion make many people's dreams unattainable. Trias is in the business of removing those obstacles by strengthening farmers' and
entrepreneurs' associations

Trias is active worldwide, helping four million disadvantaged individuals by removing economic barriers. By strengthening organisations of farmers and entrepreneurs, we create opportunities for their self-development. This allows them to make their own dreams come true. After all, no one else can do it for them.