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Philippines Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

For information on Philippines Food Suppliers, accomodation and other markets company contact details, please see the following link:

4.11 Philippines Additional Services Contact List

Main Food Suppliers

WFP Philippines has mainly concentrated on the procurement of several food commodities such as rice, mung beans and canned fish. Following the recommendations of auditors, the CO, together with HQ Food Quality and Assessment Unit and Regional Bureau Procurement Unit did a Food Mission to Philippines.  Assessment reports done for the commodities can be found in the following document. To further enhance the database, CO will have to continously update the vendor’s list based on the mission supplier assessment report.


Note: The information provided in the attached documents, which has been taken from the old DLCA, does not match the structure of the new LCA and is therefore provided separately.


Hotel accommodation is relevant for WFP Philippines CO for the conduct of its trainings and workshops with partners for the implementation of WFP funded projects.  Various hotels have been previously visited from Luzon and Mindanao. Some of these have served to be potential accommodation during WFP emergency response in flood affected areas like in Cagayan de Oro. Compared to Manila, as the capital city of Philippines, several hotels can be found in other provinces of Mindanao like in Cotabato, Iligan and Zamboanga. Security assessment is always recommended for specific areas which can be found critical. The details below identifies previously used hotels by WFP. 

Additional Operational Support

WFP Philippines is maintaininig a roster of potential suppliers catering to various items and services for its operation. The Procurement Unit have established several Long Term Agreement Contracts (LTA) for commonly used items such as office supplies, equipments, stickers and flyers as visiblity materials. A continuous process of coming up with future long term agreements is being considered as part of emergency preparedness for the country office and in support to its sub-offices. The  contact provided are based on the current and updated details available.