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Helena separates guavas to make pulp.

The Brazilian Law on Family Farming, in expansion


The country commemorates the eleventh anniversary of the law that has provided support for over 4 million farmers.

Cattle in Nicaragua

Nicaragua and Honduras promote the use of biogas


Central America is capacity-building to mitigate the effects of climate change and promote more sustainable agricultural production practices.

Fishing canoe

Panama and Costa Rica cooperate in sustainable artisanal fishing


Panama and Costa Rica plan on promoting small-scale fishing in conjunction with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

A bunch of avocados grown by a smallholder farmer near Palmira, southwestern Colombia.

Colombia establishes itself as the third largest avocado exporter in the world


Reports from the Ministry of Trade indicate that export sales during this period increased by 34.8% as compared to the same period in 2016.

A man harvesting coffee in Colombia, in the coffee belt area.

Colombia's coffee harvest to potentially produce 14 million 60-kilo bags


The General Manager of the National Federation of Coffee Growers confirmed that the harvest is expected to meet anticipated forecasts, as this year's production is higher than last year.

Farmers in Auchlyne, Guyana

Guyana to export rice to Cuba starting in September


The Cuban rice market has now been made available to Guyana after a series of negotiations over the past months. As a result, the first shipment of rice to Cuba is expected to be exported during the latter part of September.

Female workers at the sugar plantation ,Barbados

Bajan farmers to join smart agriculture project in the Caribbean


The European Union is willing to assist the region in transforming their societies and sectors into smart and sustainable ones.

Old sugar mill and steam locomotives museum in the José Smith Comas, a Cuban village of the municipality of Cárdenasy, Matanzas Province

Cuba prepares for the next sugar harvest, ensuring that the crops will be picked on time


The maintenance and investment plan for the sugar sector is underway in anticipation of upcoming difficulties in Matanzas.

Pedestrian road - Puerto Plata - Dominican Republic

Tourism generates $600 million in sales for Dominican agriculture


An agreement has been signed to ensure internal consumption of these products for tourism purposes.

Cocoa crops

Boost to the cocoa industry in Puerto Rico


Puerto Rico is an important export market for this fruit and its derivatives.

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