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Getting high quality harvests to a larger audience in Guatemala, with the founders of “La Botica Verde:” 062

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It’s hard to spread the word on regenerative farming and organic food when its impossible to get, so Neal Hegarty had a chat with Michelle Sultan and Giuliana Gobbato, the founders of “La Botica Verde” a social business that helps organic producers find buyers and a larger market for their goods. Each of them come from unique backgrounds and have teamed up to transform the limited food system in Guatemala, arguably one of the most ecologically rich countries in the world. They talk about their passions and inspirations behind the vision for their business as well as many of the unique hurdles that organic producers face in this country too. For anyone inspired by the potential for permaculture based businesses, then this is the episode for you.

Resources:

La Botica Verde on Facebook

La Botica Verde website

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