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Amazon women create sweet business success with wild, vitamin-C packed fruit
by Maria Fernanda Lizcano, translated by Matthew Rose
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15 November 2023
On 15 November 2023 Mongabay reported:
A women's group in Colombia's Amazon is successfully leading a sustainable, and profitable, business by harvesting camu-camu, an acidic wild fruit with more vitamin C than an orange or lemon. The business has been able to produce four to 14 tons of fruit pulp per year for sale around the country, while sustainably managing the plant species' population.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The women played a pioneering role in Colombia by showing that non-timber forest resources could be used to generate income in areas of protected rainforest.
The sustainable use of such resources has become a successful conservation strategy that has received praise from scientific institutes and environmental authorities.
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