The Philippines and Israel are discussing stronger trade links and new fruit export opportunities, reports businessmirror.com.ph.
The Philippines is considering Israel as a potential market for bananas, pineapple and mango, as well as several processed products.
Israel, meanwhile, is looking into investing in Philippine agriculture, the report said.
Philippine-Israeli trade is growing, but is low compared to links with Europe and the US.
Philippine exports to Israel peaked in 2007 at US$33.9m, when imports from Israel reached US$248.4m.