Mendez, Cavite – Economic Development on the Rise

Mendez, Cavite (or Mendez-Nuñez) is one of the smallest towns in the province, known for its rolling terrain and rich soil making it ideal for growing a number of crops.  Coffee, rice, corn, pineapple, coconut, and bananas are grown commercially, with an abundance of fruits, vegetables, and root crops as well.

To the north and east of the municipality of Mendez is Indang, while Tagaytay City is situated on its southern border, and Alfonso to the west.

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Mendez, Cavite Quick Links

Mendez, Cavite on Wikipedia
The Official Website of the Municipality of Mendez, Cavite
Mendez, Cavite on the official website of the Provincial Government of Cavite
Mendez, Cavite on the Dept. of Interior and Local Government official website

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  • Shawn Mendes tours Philippines ahead of concert - Philippine Star 18 March 2017
    Philippine StarShawn Mendes tours Philippines ahead of concertPhilippine StarAt the press conference on Friday, Shawn, who is here in the country for the first time, said that he visited Tagaytay City, Taal Volcano and Balete Falls in Amadeo, Cavite, among others. Shawn shared that he enjoyed the falls, which he described as ...and more »
  • Province of Cavite celebrates full-force for regional tourism showcase - 9 March 2017
    Asianjournal.comProvince of Cavite celebrates full-force for regional tourism showcaseAsianjournal.comThe participation of the municipal and city legislators as well as other tourism and trade stakeholders of the province of Cavite was in full-force during the organization and execution of the province's program as part of the CALABARZON feature for ...
  • Paradizoo and the 'power of three' - The Manila Times 3 March 2017
    The Manila TimesParadizoo and the 'power of three'The Manila TimesCavite TESDA Director Ronaldo Del Torre, city councilor Yolly Marasigan and Mendez, Cavite Vice Mayor Francisco “Cocky” Mendoza were also present in the inauguration that was witnessed by students, farmers, academe and other agriculturists. One of the ...
  • Rooster 'On Fire' - The Manila Times 4 February 2017
    Rooster 'On Fire'The Manila TimesROLLY G. REYES. Cavite fire – The Fire Rooster started the year ablaze. In another continent, immigrants are being “fired.” ... Cops raid home of beauty doctor Joel Mendez over SSS case. A thing of beauty is not always a joy forever. * * *. More ...
  • NCRPO raids home of beauty specialist Joel Mendez - InterAksyon 2 February 2017
    NCRPO raids home of beauty specialist Joel MendezInterAksyonMANILA, Philippines -- (UPDATE - 11:16 a.m.) Personnel of the National Capital Region Police Office raided the home of beauty specialist Dr. Joel Mendez on Pugo Street, barangay Talipapa, Quezon City seeking to arrest him Thursday morning. The Quezon ...and more »
  • Our national hero Andres Bonifacio - The Manila Times 29 November 2016
    Our national hero Andres BonifacioThe Manila TimesSOME Filipinos have begun to call Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan, the “First President of the Philippines.” That title removes the honor from another great Filipino, Emilio Aguinaldo. But Bonifacio does have a claim to the title, not only ...and more »
  • The tragedy of Andres Bonifacio - 27 November 2016
    The tragedy of Andres BonifacioInquirer.netIn the Philippines, there are only three national holidays in honor of specific Filipino heroes: Aug. 21 marks the assassination of Ninoy Aquino at the Manila International Airport in 1983, Nov. 30 commemorates the birth of Andres Bonifacio in Tondo ...and more »
  • Trike driver pinabulagta - Pilipino Star Ngayon 26 October 2016
    Pilipino Star NgayonTrike driver pinabulagtaPilipino Star NgayonCAVITE, Philippines – Pinagbabaril hanggang sa mapatay ng riding-in-tandem gunmen ang 41-anyos na tricycle driver sa kahabaan ng Maysili Road sa Barangay Asis 3 sa bayan ng Mendez, Cavite. Kamakalawa ng gabi. Napuruhan sa tagiliran ng katawan ...and more »
  • 2 killed, cop hurt in Cavite clashes - Tempo 2 July 2016
    2 killed, cop hurt in Cavite clashesTempoPANTALEON GARCIA, IMUS, Cavite – Two drug suspects were killed while a policeman was wounded Thursday night in shooting encounters in the municipalities of General Mariano Alvarez (GMA) and Silang, the Police Provincial Office (PPO) announced yesterday ...
  • Alfonso in Cavite: Feels like Vancouver - 10 June 2016
    Inquirer.netAlfonso in Cavite: Feels like VancouverInquirer.netLocated just a few kilometers from Tagaytay, Alfonso is an upland municipality in Cavite that has always been heavily forested. Compared with Tagaytay, it's still not densely populated and the innards are still forested that Waze and GPS don't work.

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