– We have the possibility to improve our production with the support of Asoguabo because it’s easy to sell the bananas, say Maria Orosco and Wilmer Rodriguez.
They have been members of the cooperative for two years. Both grow bananas on two hectares of land. Today they’re harvesting and packing bananas at their shared packing station. Rodriguez has been growing bananas for 7 years. Orosco started when she joined Asoguabo.
– The stable price attracted us. And the market for the bananas.
– The stability is the most important thing. That we get paid the same all year. Another good thing is that we get so much help and attention from the cooperative. We’re happy and want to be members as long as we can, says Orosco.