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Large quantities of agricultural products are going to waste in Angónia district, Tete province, as a result of a dearth of processing units.
Every year, tons of tomato, produced on a large scale in the district, are reportedly lost, Angónia’s administrator, Paulo Sebastião, says.
“The population already works and feeds the entire province, and other parts of the country, but this matter of agro-processing capacity is serious. We cannot just depend on natural factors. We have been losing tons and tons of tomatoes, as well as other products,” he claims.
Angónia district is acknowledged to have huge agricultural potential. It also grows potatoes, beans and other vegetables.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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