Photo of the Week: A Familiar Fruit

September 16, 2011

Farm workers in El Salvador sort through crates of jocote, a fruit native to Central America. A TechnoServe program assisted jocote farmers and other producers of native products to sell to the Salvadoran migrant community in the United States.

Farm workers in El Salvador sort through crates of jocote, a fruit native to Central America. A TechnoServe program assisted jocote farmers and other producers of native products to sell to the Salvadoran migrant community in the United States. Our advisors helped jocote producers such as Beto Gonzales to improve their farming and business practices – and serve as an example for other farmers.

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