The two faces of the Argentine lemon industry: from the export boom to being oversupplied and then eaten by cows

Some producers gave their lemons to the cattle farmers due to lack of profitability and oversupply, but in the first semester shipments from the sector grew 44 per cent in value. A few weeks ago, the curious image of cattle eating thousands of kilos of lemons that had been discarded by citrus producers in northern Salta circulated in the media. The businessmen explained that since the market and the industries collapsed, the price of the product was too low and was not enough to cover harvest and transportation…
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