International Journal of Research Studies in Management
Tourism Educators and Movers of the Philippines Special Issue
2022 Volume 10 Issue 5
Available Online: 25 October 2022
Sanqui, Benedict Elijah E.*
Divine Word College of San Jose, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tampol, Renato A.
Divine Word College of San Jose, Philippines (email@example.com)
Galay, Jenny A.
Divine Word College of San Jose, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Occidental Mindoro was awarded by Malacañang as the 1st Runner up in the GAWAD SAPAT ANI year 2000. It was the first presidential award for outstanding province on food security. To perpetuate this identity and potential of the province for it is an island province, surrounded by water, fishing industry should be acknowledged as a livelihood source of income for small fisherman. This feasibility study entitled Tiger Grouper (Black-Spotted Grouper) production using Floating Fish Cage in Mapaya, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro was conceptualized. Grouper, otherwise known as Lapu-lapu, a first class seafood and the most expensive is raised in the wild. The possibility of raising it in fishpond will reach the top Municipal Fishery producers for the common good, will increase the income of the small farmers and contribute to the taxes due to the government and for the locality to be known for one of the largest supplier of Grouper. The fishpond is already equipped with the essential equipment needed for the smooth operation of this business partnership. The one managing the fishpond shall act as the holdover manager/consultant. Basically, this study was conducted to determine the feasibility and viability of Black-Spotted Grouper culture in Mapaya, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. This proponent interviewed exporters for their willingness to accept as a grouper supplier to satisfy the demand in the market. This study found out that Tiger Grouper (Black-Spotted) or Lapu-lapu Culture in Mapaya, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro is an acceptable, feasible, viable, and profitable business and livelihood undertaking.
Keywords: Black-Spotted Grouper, first class seafood, feasibility study, viable, profitable, Occidental Mindoro
Cite this article:
Sanqui, B. E. E., Tampol, R. A., & Galay, J. A. (2022). A feasibility study on Tiger Grouper (Black-Spotted Lapu-Lapu) production using floating fish cage in Mapaya, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 10(5), 113-124. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2022.60
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