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Kamchatka wild plants will replace western delicacies

Wild Kamchatka plants can partially replace in Russian restaurants and shops imported delicacies from Western countries, the head of the Kamchatka branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of Russia Sergey Rafanov told RIA Novosti.

"Kamchatka wild plants can partially replace Western delicacies. Preliminary research has shown that consumers in the European part of Russia are positive about the prospects for such an unusual product as the Far Eastern fern. We are trying to find a new market for Kamchatka products. In addition to restaurants, we are counting on ordinary consumers," he said. Rafanov.

As noted by Rafanov, the fund is engaged in supporting the legal harvesting of wild plants and is currently negotiating with metropolitan restaurateurs and owners of delicatessen stores. In addition to the fern, Kamchatka harvesters are ready to supply wild cherry, kopor tea, honeysuckle, blueberries, various kinds of mushrooms, fish and seafood to central Russia.

"This project brought together the environmental objectives of WWF and the Citi Foundation (the fund together with WWF is engaged in the development of entrepreneurship - ed.). Where there are no jobs, poaching flourishes, people are forced to engage in illegal activities. The project creates legal jobs, sources of income, improve the well-being of residents of Kamchatka, "- added the agency's interlocutor.

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