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Cashews: organic cultivation moves further into focus

February 8, 2021 10:58 AM, Der AUDITOR
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HANOI. More and more farmers in the Vietnamese growing region of Binh Phuoc are opting for the sustainable cultivation of cashew nuts, hoping that this will make it easier for them to tap into difficult markets such as the EU.

Fairtrade is gaining more and more importance

Many cashew farmers in Binh Phuoc, which is one of the most important growing regions in Vietnam, are still struggling with the aftermath of 2020. Prices had reached a new record low, in some cases just covering the cost of cultivation, and the Covid-19 pandemic had caused significant difficulties in global trade. Now farmers are looking for solutions, with more and more of them switching to growing organic cashews. There is a lot of interest in sustainable solutions in this regard, which is also increasingly being

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