the Dominican Republic demonstrates increasing success in organic farming - 9 Nov 2011  
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The nation exports US$200 million per year in organic fruits and vegetables, with over 24.1 million hectares dedicated to these sustainable growing methods.

Organic production in the country increases 25% to 30% annually. Bananas and cocoa, the largest crops, as well as coffee, lemons, avocados, oranges and vegetables are harvested by more than 23 million small, medium and large certified organic producers.

Our hats off to you, the Dominican Republic, for your flourishing organic market. May Heaven grace you with continued green abundance.