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In Kerala, a push for organic food turns professionals into gardeners
by Helen Palmer
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23 May 2018
On 23 May 2018 PRI (Public Radio International) reported:
Just five years ago, Kerala, a tropical state in southwestern India, imported almost 70 percent of its food. But today, the state is about halfway toward its ambitious goal of going 100 percent organic and agriculturally self-sufficient by 2020. Kerala hosts a highly literate workforce, and many people choose to work abroad, so the state used to rely on imported food. When doctors and the public started to blame rising cancer rates on chemical pesticides from this imported food, it kickstarted an urgency to go organic. ... many Keralans are now embracing organic agriculture as a side hobby or even a second career.
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