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Hi guys!

I want to move some place with a lot of fresh fruits and raw people around. I need some advice. Where is it easier and cheaper to move, easier to adapt, maybe there are some communities of raw vegans somewhere. Also it would be helpful if someone tells me about their experience.

Thank you all in advance!

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Raw people around? Thats more of a challenge.

IMHO Thailand is the best place for tropical fruit and the US is the best place for cert organic fruit.

I recently knew that 85% of mexican production of fruits, vegetables and other plant foods actually are extra-officially organic, even this products are bought by USA , certified as organic and selled in Mexico and other countries.

Viva underdeveloped countries :D, if this is true.

Can you please explain? Whats the 9 stickers? Thanks

Produce code on stickers on the produce start with a 8 for GMO and 9 for organic. Conventional bananas will have the code 4011, organic ones 94011, and gmo ones 84011.

Thank you guys for your replies but it's only general info. Is there anyone who actually moved and can say something about their experience?

I'm moving to tropical south Florida soon and I will document my journey, so stay tuned!:)

Check my profile for my FB and youtube links.

Hawaii! There are loads of communities there, loads of Tropical fruit and Raw Humans :) Only issue for you would be the dreaded immigration/control drama..

Exactly :) but thank you for the advice maybe i'll find a way, i was actually thinking about Hawaii a lot

me too

yes! check outLa Joya Del sol  this is where we live.. we are in a valley of raw foodists in Costa rica, building an eco-village..  Also  there is  a raw community building up Vilcabamba in Ecuador..  

We are happy to correspond with you and answer your questions and will be looking for new community members later this year..   :) happy new year , love billa

ps: immigration is not so challenging here... lots of gringos.. if you birth a baby in CR you get automatic residency so its perfect for young families..  :)

this sounds amazing! i'd love to hear more Billa

Amazing, I`d love to hear more to.

 

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