TADECO Home creates using only all-natural fibers. Their abaca* fiber is intricately handwoven by the region's ethnic indigenous people into rolls of fine t'nalak fabric, using traditional techniques passed on from many generations. This distinctive fabric is then converted into contemporary home accents and lighting pieces by seasoned artisans of Mindanao.

TADECO Home has evolved from a community development program of Tagum Agricultural Development Co.(TADECO), a major banana exporter in Asia, into a globally acknowledged handicraft manufacturing business in the Philippines. It also produces handmade paper and other products made of banana fiber sourced exclusively from TADECO's plantations.

*MusaTextilis / ManilaHemp

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us

Office Address:
Damosa Market Basket, Lanang
8000 Davao City, Philippines
Phone: +63 (082) 235 21 35
Fax: +63 (082) 234 05 86
Email: info@tadecohome.com
Contact Person: Juvenal S. Fernandez

About this Site

TADECO manufactures handmade scrap books, picture frames, lanterns and other natural paper processed from banana, pineapple or abaca fibers made into stationeries, paper bags, gift-boxes, t'nalak weaves and other environment-friendly novelty items.

TADECO provides livelihood programs helping weavers in Lake Sebu, generating livelihood opportunities to Banana workers of TADECO and their families, communities in the Panabo area as well as the squatter areas in Davao City.

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