Due to lack of coherent policies, the castana [chestnut] market faces saturation

Roxana Villa reports for El Deber: Chestnut crisis facing market saturation The markets for the Bolivian product [castaña] are closing, due to the import of nearly 6,000 tons of Brazilian almond. The sector calls for more regulation. Despite the $192 million dollars generated by the export of chestnut [bertholletia excelsa] in 2015, the northern AmazonContinue reading “Due to lack of coherent policies, the castana [chestnut] market faces saturation”