Although there has been growing interest and demand for organic produce, the fact remains that it is still largely inaccessible to the wider market. Consumers still consider organic produce too expensive, which also owes to the lack of understanding in what really goes into planting and harvesting organic produce.
According to Hindy Weber of Holy Carabao Farms, it takes more than just the cooperation of farms and farmers to solve the problem. Government support is also needed to aid the community of farmers in bringing integrity back to our food.
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