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Growers plan harvest festival

Saturday 9 April 2016 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Environment

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Growers plan harvest festival
Chefs busy at their stall at a past food festival. Cook Islands Growers Association president and grower Danny Mataroa is keen to organise a Harvest Festival in 2017 which will incorporate a food festival. 16040847

In a bid to bolster trade in both the tourism and agriculture sectors, the Cook Islands Growers’ Association is planning the Te Mou Enua Festival next year.

In a bid to bolster trade in both the tourism and agriculture sectors, the Cook Islands Growers’ Association is planning the Te Mou Enua Festival next year.


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