Kidney Cotton: A Recent Discovery in the Peruvian Amazon Region

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“Cotton kidney” plant over 3 meters high and several years old, in a home garden in the native community of Shipibo-Konibo, Yarinacocha, July 2019. Photo Luis Masias, Peru Naturtex.

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Peru could position itself as a center for the production of organic garments

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This objective may be possible if Peruvian garment exporters develop collections and manufacture clothes with organic cotton, which would also add value to their shipments, indicated the Peruvian Commercial Office in Los Angeles.

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Dr. Juan Lazo, director of the Peruvian Institute of Cotton IPA, visits the experimental planting field of the Pima IPA variety 59

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developed by Dr. Lazo, in the Fundo of the Hilbck family in Alto Piura, the first trial of the cultivation of this promising variety under the organic and Fair Trade regime in the world.

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Ancient Fibers, Organic Future for Peru

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Western consumers over the years have become increasingly aware of the relationship between food production practices and health, both human and environmental.

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The WFTO (World Fair Trade Organization)

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The WFTO (World Fair Trade Organization) summit took place in Lima between September 16 and 19. The WFTO has a total of 412 members and 325 affiliated fair trade enterprises in no less than 76 countries over four continents.

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EC withdraws Control Union organic licence for five regions

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BRUSSELS – The European Commission has withdrawn the organic certification licence of international certification body Control Union in five countries, saying that its alleged poor performance facilitated organic fraud.

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Fair trade washable diapers from Peru

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Washable and environmentally friendly diapers are becoming increasingly popular in Finland. A Fairtrade version is available, now that East 25 is starting to import from Peru.

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Words from Dr. James M. Vreeland, Jr., in the presentation of the book Lambayeque, Native Cotton and Textile Crafts.

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Words from Dr. James M. Vreeland, Jr., in the presentation of the book Lambayeque, Native Cotton and Textile Crafts, San Martin de Porres University, October 26, 2016

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THERE ARE 400 THOUSAND ORGANIC PRODUCERS IN LATIN AMERICA

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The Latin American region is positioned as an important supplier of organic products, but still has debts to settle to become an international exporter.

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Unimix Naturally -diapers are made of Pakucho cotton

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The word Pakucho simply means brown cotton in the ancient Inca language. Coloured cotton has been grown by the descendants of the Moche culture in areas of Northern Peru for thousands of years. Until recently these rare and unusual varieties of cotton have remained in obscurity, often a closely guarded secret.

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photography design is to be agricate of destination

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There are life stories that are fulfilling and other enriching. The one of Efraín Valles is one of those few: cuquequeño of heart, tourist guide by passion, marathoner by conviction and polyglot almost by obligation.

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CONSUMPTION OF AGROECOLOGICAL PRODUCTS GROWS BETWEEN 15% TO 20% ANNUAL

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Every year, the consumption of agroecological products grows between 15% and 20%, said the executive director of the National Association of Ecological Producers of Peru (Anpe-Peru), Moisés Quispe Quispe.

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