The goodness of the Bolivian Amazon is on display at a fair in La Paz

The initiative was promoted by the Ministry of Rural Development and Lands, whose director, Juan Carlos Santos, told Efe that the fair seeks to promote local consumption of these products.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Juices and ice creams of Amazonian fruits such as copoazú and asaí, organic chocolates, green banana flour and a medicinal oil of tuyu-tuyu, a beetle larva, are part of the offer of a fair that seeks to promote local consumption.

The fair was installed this Thursday (8) in the Plaza Mayor de San Francisco, one of the most important and crowded in the historic center of La Paz, with the participation of dozens of producers of cocoa and Amazonian products from Bolivian regions such as northern Beni and Pando, eastern Santa Cruz, central Cochabamba and . . .

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