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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Association of Organic Producers and Consumers of Costa Rica (Aporoco) is promoting a new mid-September farmers market location, which only offers produce and products free of agrochemicals and includes about 20 farmers from San José, Alajuela and Carthage.

    The new headquarters of the Organic Barter Fair is scheduled for Saturday, September 13 in the parking lot of the store Cemaco in Zapote.

    At the fair all products guarantee to have been harvested with methods that are environmentally friendly. According to Mayra Lopez of APROCO, the opening is scheduled for 1:00 pm on Saturday September 13th with an offer that ranges from citrus fruits to vegetables and root crops, dairy and medicinal plants, among others.
    Organic Fair Barter began in Moravia in 1999 and in 2004 moved to its current location in Barrio El Carmen de Paso Ancho, where it has remained. As of September 13, it will also be in the parking Cemazo in Zapote.

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