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Conab includes pineapple, banana, cashew nut, cowpea, and mango in the PGPAF bonus list in Brazil

Conab inclui abacaxi, banana, castanha de caju, feijão e manga na lista de bônus do PGPAF
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The Price Guarantee Program for Family Farming (PGPAF) will guarantee bonuses for five products from states in the North and Northeast regions of the country this November and which were not on the October list. They are pineapple (SE), banana (PB and PE), cashew nut (PE), cowpea (TO and MA), and mango (BA).
The Price Guarantee Program for Family Farming (PGPAF) will guarantee bonuses for five products from states in the North and Northeast regions of the country this November and which were not on the October list. They are pineapple (SE), banana (PB and PE), cashew nut (PE), cowpea (TO and MA) and mango (BA). The list of products and the calculation of bonuses are made by the National Supply Company (Conab), based on prices received by producers in October, valid for the period from November 10th to December 9th, according to an ordinance released on Wednesday Thursday (10), in the Official Gazette of the Union. Among the products included this month, mango from Bahia guarantees the biggest bonus, 57.85%, for an average market price of R$ 0.51 per kilo. Cowpi bean farmers in Tocantins will receive the lowest rate on the guarantee bonus list, being 0.83% based on a respective average market value of R$196.29 for the sale of a 60-kilogram sack. The other products on the list - ...
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