UP alumnus cited for helping poultry farmers

posted September 17, 2019 at 08:58 pm
The top executive of Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) has been cited by the University of the Philippines Alumni Association for helping farmers join the local poultry industry through a broilers grower program.

UP alumnus cited for helping poultry farmers
BAVI president Ronald Mascariñas poses with Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri and wife, Audrey Tan Zubiri, during the awarding ceremony.
BAVI president and general manager Ronald Mascariñas received the 2019 UP Alumni Association Distinguished Alumnus Award in Entrepreneurship and Employment Creation from UP President Danilo Concepcion, during ceremonies at Ang Bahay ng Alumni at UP Diliman in Quezon City.

Joining Mascariñas as Distinguished Alumni awardees were Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri (Enterprise Development in Renewable Energy) and Associate Justice Marvic Leonen (Law and Judiciary). The Most Distinguished Alumnus Award was given to former Finance Secretary and Ambassador Edgardo Espiritu.

Also cited "for being a successful 'rags-to-riches' businessman in the country's highly competitive food sector”, Mascariñas graduated with a degree in agriculture from UP Los Baños in Laguna in 1982. He started BAVI’s operations in 2002 and led it to become the country’s top chicken rotisserie chain with retail brands Chooks-to-Go, Uling Roasters, and Reyal.

UP alumnus cited for helping poultry farmers
BAVI president Ronald Mascariñas with the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Entrepreneurship and Employment Creation.
In 2004, UP Los Baños also named Mascariñas as Most Outstanding Alumnus in Entrepreneurship.

Topics: Bounty Agro Ventures Inc. , University of the Philippines Alumni Association , Ronald Mascariñas
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