Organic strawberry farmers in Argentina’s Puebla region are on track for their second year of double-digit growth, as a boom in demand from Chinese shoppers and an increasing number of consumers in Latin America and Europe have allowed them to produce more organic strawberries than organic alternatives.
The growth is due to the introduction of a new product called Manas Organic Organic products.
This organic product combines a natural strawberry-flavored syrup with organic strawberries and the fruit is harvested in-house by the farmers, who harvest the strawberries themselves.
In 2017, the harvest took place in Pueblas strawberry fields.
The farmers said they expect the new product to help them maintain their organic status.
Organic strawberry farmers are not the only ones making organic products.
There are also more organic fruits and vegetables to choose from in Chile, Mexico, Colombia and Peru, and more are coming out in the US, the Philippines, Mexico and Brazil.
However, the growth of organic products has led to a shortage of organic strawberries in the area.
And the farmers in the region are worried that this shortage will worsen as the Chinese market expands and consumers in these countries are buying more organic produce.
A major obstacle for organic farmers is the cost of producing strawberries.
The price of strawberries varies depending on the variety and the region in which the strawberries are grown, and the price of organic produce in Pucallpa has risen by about 30 percent since 2014.
The growers said they would prefer to have the strawberries harvested locally rather than paying the expensive price of imported strawberries.
In a recent interview with local news station TVA, farmer Javier Mancas said his company would continue to produce organic strawberries until 2020 at the latest.
Mancs said his goal is to produce 5,000 tonnes of organic strawberry products a year, and that he would not be deterred by the shortage of strawberries.