Monday, January 14, 2008

Big Supermarkets Shop Locally to Reduce Poverty

Thanks to the International Fund for Agricultrual Development, shoppers in Mozambique can now purchase local produce in Shoprite, the largest suppermarket chain in Mozambique.

As people around the world are starting to be more concerned with the carbon footprint of their food, eating locally produced food is becoming more important to consumers. This is a boon to small scale farmers in Mozambique who are getting back on their feet after years of conflict with the help of the United Naitons.

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