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Brazilian consumers lend farmers a hand to go organic
by Karla Mendes
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
21 June 2018
On 21 June 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Every week, farmer Thiago Kaiser fills his truck with dozens of boxes of organic food to be delivered directly to those who will eat it in Brasilia, Brazil's capital city. Kaiser is one of a growing number of Brazilian farmers paid by customers to grow organic fruit and vegetables through a shared-production system. His farm does not sell any of its produce on the open market, including restaurants and supermarkets.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The model adopted by Kaiser, known as 'Community Supported Agriculture' (CSA), is a system in which local residents finance and participate in food production.
The farmer calculates the cost of producing food for a group of people, who pay a monthly fee. They agree to buy seasonal vegetables and fruits, and to split the costs of crop failure.
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