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Organic farming pays, attests young investor in spice crops
by Gadiosa Lamtey
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9 October 2021
On 9 October 2021 The Citizen reported:
Maurice Awiti owns 273 acres of arable land in Tanzania where he is active in organic spice farming. His main focus is on black pepper -- the most traded spice is the world -- but also grows cardamoms, cloves, ginger, turmeric, vanilla and cinnamon, which he processes and sells mostly in European market, as well as in Kenya next-door, and in the domestic market.
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