Mainstay pineapple supply decreasing – AMCAR

Mainstay’s Pineapple production has been decreasing over the last three years, according to Amazon Caribbean (Amcar), which says the farmers’ association has been unable to meet demand to sustain a factory.

In a statement, Amcar said the situation is due to the fact that farmers did not replant sufficient acreage of organic pineapples. As a result, the company has been working for almost one year with Mainstay and other Region Two villages and other stakeholders to increase the acreage of organic pineapples in other villages.

The statement was released in response to a Guyana Times story, ‘Mainstay farmers need more markets for their pineapples,’ in which a …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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