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Fruits and vegetables grown in Puerto Rico

The growing season in Puerto Rico lasts all year, due to the warm climate temperature being in the 70’s to 90’s.  At those temperatures, of course, there is no frost, no snow, no freezing.  You might want to know what … Continue reading

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Can Puerto Rico revive agriculture? food security, growing local food

http://www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/prnt_ed/can-puerto-rico-revive-agriculture-9833.html Issued : Wednesday, April 30, 2014 12:00 AM Can Puerto Rico revive agriculture? By : HÉCTOR MONCLOVA VÁZQUEZ hectorm@casiano.com; cbprdigital@gmail.com Edition: May 1, 2014 | Volume: 42 | No: 16 80% of food consumed in Puerto Rico is imported; … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market type of groceries, grocery shopping in Puerto Rico

This page lists the 3 Farmer’s Market type of food sources in Puerto Rico. Since they have limited hours, locations, and selection, you might also want to know where the grocery store chain stores are located, which are here: https://puertoriconewcomer.wordpress.com/2014/07/21/puerto-rico-grocery-storesContinue reading

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