Bangkok Post, 18 July 2018, Joint effort with food firms to boost rice

Food companies have launched a joint project with the government to improve the economic viability of 1,200 rice farmers in Roi Et province and develop high quality and sustainable hom mali  fragrant rice with a climate-smart systems to lesson climate change.

The sustainable Hom Mali rice project will be implemented for two and half year (2018-2020). The partners in main effort are Mars Food, Herba Bangkok SL (Ebro foods SL), German development agency GIZ and … Read more

 

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