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Bhutan's new organic food movement
by Hannes Lorenzen
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27 November 2018
On 27 November 2018 Bhutan Times reported:
Kesang Choedon has created an innovative organic and heritage food enterprise near Thimphu, the Bhutanese capital. Formerly a police officer, Choedon employs and trains 30 young women in processing and marketing of Bhutan's local food treasures. Choedon is eager to further expand her facilities, products and training to young Bhutanese people.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of health and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The enterprise includes the processing of nearly 150 different organic food ingredients from a wide range of local products including dried fruit and vegetables, cereals, pulses, health drinks, herb teas, and spices.
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