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Peru: Organic chestnut from Madre de Dios will arrive in the United States

Castaña orgánica de Madre de Dios llegará a Estados Unidos
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Apr 13, 2022
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In the district and province of Tambopata, Madre de Dios region, a total of 64 tons of organic Amazonian chestnuts will be exported to the United States. The shipments will be between the months of April and July of this year 2022, the Association of Organic Collectors of the Amazon Nut of Peru (RONAP), will be in charge of exporting to the American country.
For this, four shipments with 16 tons each of Amazon chestnuts (peeled and dehydrated) will be made on a monthly basis; carrying out the first of them the last week of this month of April. This is the first export in the year that said organization will make, which will be possible thanks to the technical and commercial support of the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, through Sierra y Selva Exportadora, which supported the certification renewal process. organic. In 2019 Sierra y Selva Exportadora promoted the participation of representatives of the Association of Organic Collectors of the Amazon Nut of Peru in the Expoalimentaria and during 2020 and 2021, despite the covid-19 pandemic, it continued to encourage and support so that participate in business roundtables, virtual business events, workshops and training, in order to promote business sustainability in said organization. It is necessary to indicate that the use of the Amazon chestnut promotes the ...
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