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Geography on the plate: The culinary rediscovery of Colombia's biodiversity
by Aurora Sola
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29 December 2020
On 29 December 2020 Mongabay reported:
In one of the world's most biodiverse countries, new supply chains for exotic products are using flavor to change the way Colombians understand their country's biological endowment. Mucho, a two-year-old startup, has already built supply networks in 16 of the country's 32 departments, sourcing ingredients from rainforests, Amazonian rivers, and two oceans. Selva Nevada turns tropical fruits into ice-cream. Through conservation agreements, it provides incomes for forest peoples while keeping jungles standing. Overcoming logistical hurdles, these triple-bottom-line companies provide a model of commerce that is good for people, good for the planet, and excellent for the palate.
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