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Cashews: organic farming is gaining relevance in Vietnam

December 9, 2020 4:04 PM, Der AUDITOR
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HANOI. More and more cashew farmers from the province of Vinh Phuoc plan to produce more goods in organic quality. However, the requirements are high.

Strict requirements in the EU

Big plans are being made in Binh Phuoc, the most important cashew nut growing region in Vietnam. Local farmers there intend to gradually change their cultivation methods to produce more organic products and thus significantly increase the value of their crop. One farmer told the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) that the goal is "to earn 10,000 USD per hectare of organic cashew acreage". However, they will have to make many changes first, as the requirements for organic produce are very strict in key markets such as the US a

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