“Local” Fruits And Veggies Can Feed Caribbean Economies

According to estimates, the Caribbean imports 83 per cent of available food, on average. Replacing only ten per cent of imported fruits and vegetables with locally grown commodities in select countries in the region would conservatively save at least $33.3 million per year.

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