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AgriCare Limited strides on the value of agriculture, we fully understand the significant role agriculture plays in maintaining food security and contributing to a thriving economy which communally enhances the lives of many. Thus, AgriCare Limited not only sees agriculture as a business but as an avenue for community development as well. 


Currently AgriCare Limited commits to offering a range of crops and food items that are grown and prepared locally, with the utmost care and packaged into our care boxes. Our care boxes are delivered directly to our customers who are able to obtain and enjoy nutritious foods without the hassle. 


In the near future, we intend to offer Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) which would contribute toward our agricultural awareness campaigns, aid in expanding and advancing AgriCare Limited’s offerings and create job opportunities throughout communities in Trinidad and Tobago.  


To advance the science and art of cultivating plants and livestock in the agricultural sector for the purposes of supplying organic, quality products to our agricultural subscription based delivery service as well as exporting regionally and internationally. 



Our subscription base delivery service consists of two (2) fortnightly  deliveries. Within each delivery, there are items that are subject to change whereas others are by request ONLY. Each CAREbox consists of freshly picked crops, fruits and/or frozen livestock which is efficiently prepared before delivery. On the arrival of each subscriber's CAREbox, they are required to sign or have a representative sign for them. 


Deliveries are done Monday to Thursday between the hours of 8am and 4pm, as well as on Fridays between 8am and 5:30pm. 

Customers will be given confirmation on their delivery location and time slot at least 48 hours before.

Any deliveries being requested outside of the given delivery zone or time slot will be subjected to an additional $50 fee.   



of Field Amendments and Items that are Organic:


(seed, transplants or trees)

Heirloom and hybrid seeds are both permitted in organic farming systems. GMOs are not permitted, nor are seeds treated with non-organic fungicides or pesticides.


(items used to feed crops and soil)

Organic examples include cover crops, green waste compost, processed chicken feathers, processed fish and seaweed products, gypsum and sulfur.


(items used to control weeds)

There are not many effective organic herbicides. Hand weeding and maintaining clean fields are the most effective methods. There are some plant oils, natural acids and flame burners that may also be used.


(items used to control pests)

There are some effective soaps, predatory insects, plant-based extracts and bacteria used to organically control insect pests. Rodents, mammals or birds are controlled with deterrent 

and they may be trapped if permitted by the local fish and game regulations. The truth is that often, on organic farms, the pests win, and the crop is lost. 


(items used to control fungi)

Sulfur dust and copper are organic materials that are permitted organic materials.