agriculture > AN IMPORTED PASSION
From Mexico and the United States, Antonio brought his passion for chili peppers, he ventured into setting up a local production chain that involves 14 farmers and has another challenge
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March 07, 2022 at 05:00
Tour the warehouses with stalls selling fruit, vegetables and other items from the farm in the Metropolitan Agrifood Unit (UAM) and seeing apples, tomatoes or eggs – to mention a few items – is not surprising. Yes A place in nave D stands out, that of Antonio Marino, one of the most colorful and where for many a novelty is offered: up to 14 varieties of peppers. Speaking of good quality, until a few years ago it was a fruit that, except for the Creole chili, was only imported, but today there is a growing national production promoted by this businessman.
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