Organic products by, AgroAzuay, will now be available both Saturdays and Sundays due to the increasing number of shoppers. Over 250 organic vendors and producers set up on the Ciudadela Kennedy and Machangara sector to sell their produce. “It is important that the Cuencanos know that the fruit and vegetable we sell are farm-to-table. This lowers the cost because there are no intermediaries”, said Auxiliadora Chica, a farmer from AgroAzuay. The farmers expect that increasing the market days and offering competitive pricing will attract more customers. “We expect most Saturday and Sunday shoppers, between 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. We…
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