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Kazakhstan goes organic in bid to build niche in grains market
by Agnieszka de Sousa
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19 July 2018
On 19 July 2018 Bloomberg reported:
Kazakhstan is tapping growing consumer demand for organic crops to help it better compete in the food-export market. The country wants to use much of its vast uncultivated lands to grow soybeans and other non-genetically modified crops for markets such as China and the European Union, Agriculture Vice Minister Gulmira Isaeva said. By offering non-GMO and pesticide-free produce, it hopes to carve out a niche in a crops market dominated by giants such as Russia, Australia, or the U.S.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
As the world's largest landlocked country, moving crops to top importers is pretty costly. So rather than trying to compete with low-cost growers, Kazakhstan aims to grow more organic crops that can be sold at a premium.
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