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Solidarity

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Solidarity

It is in times of crisis that we recognize the value of a person, of a people. Thanks to the solidarity of Quebecers, and thanks in particular to the Facebook group "I buy Quebecers, I buy local" my company held up during the confinement. Thank you all, and I thank the group administrators who recommended as a company. A big thank you from the bottom of my heart. This pandemic made the government and the people of Quebec realize that we had to be more self-sufficient and less dependent on other countries for our basic necessities. As for our food, we ...

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Update on the world vanilla crisis

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Update on the world vanilla crisis

A lot is told in the media, but few of these stories really come close to the reality, because reality is multifactorial, on the one hand; and that it affects the players in the sector differently, whether you are a producer, collector, exporter or trader ... and whether in Madagascar or elsewhere. Indeed, if each vanilla-exporting country encounters its own market realities, it is undeniable that the tribulations of Madagascar have an influence on international prices. It is often said here that when the United States sneezes, Canada catches a cold; it is the same...

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The arrivals of Vanilla from Madagascar somewhat delayed ...

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The arrivals of Vanilla from Madagascar somewhat delayed ...

"Before the impossible, no one is held!"

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