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By Shalina Chatlani, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For a little over a year now, Junta Local, a community of local Brazilian producers has been holding artisanal food fairs throughout Rio de Janeiro, bringing quality, homemade products to the community. The idea for developed when three friends, Thiago Nasser, Bruno Negrão, and Henrique Moraes, began thinking about a project involving food that would be able to provide a platform for local producers.

At the same time, they wanted to create a movement that would send a political message about the importance of policies, which incentivize small producers,

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