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Edward Suárez suarez
Avocado - a positive superfood trend? | DW Documentary


SHARE IT DO NOT BUY
AVOCADO DE CHILE ...... SHARE YOU DON'T BUY AVOCADO FROM CHILE POOR
PEOPLE DOES NOT HAVE WATER TO TAKE THIS CROP OF THE LARGE ASSEMBLED
PLANTERS THAT REMAIN WITH ALL THE WATER AND DO NOT CARRY ANYONE ELSE OR
CHILDREN ELDERLY ANYONE ELSE

Chile, one of the world's largest suppliers, avocado cultivation has
dramatic consequences and has been linked to water shortages, human
rights violations and an environmentally damage. The province of Petorca
has a long tradition of avocado farming. Once grown by small farmers,
production has been soaring since the global avocado boom of the 1990s.
Big landowners now dominate the avocado market there. And their business
requires large amounts of water. It takes up to 1000 liters of water to
grow one kilo of the fruit (about three avocados) - a lot more than for
a kilo of tomatoes or potatoes. The region is suffering an acute water
shortage, exacerbated by climate change. The riverbeds dried up years
ago. Trucks bring tanks of water to families in need, while thousands of
hectares of avocado groves just next door are watered with artificial
reservoirs. Rodrigo Mundaca founded the NGO Modatima. He fights for the
right to water - a right that’s guaranteed by the UN and that Chile has
committed to. An aerial survey in 2017 revealed that 64 pipelines were
diverting river water underground, apparently to irrigate the avocado
fields. When the Modatima activists publicly voiced their criticism,
they received death threats. Water became a commodity in Chile in 1981
under the Pinochet dictatorship, meaning it’s privatized. Those who
offer the most money get water licenses, even for life, regardless of
the potential consequences for the ecosystem. The avocado also has a
pretty dire environmental footprint. They’re packaged to prevent damage
and transported in air-conditioned cargo ships to Europe. The fruit then
ripens in a factory in Rotterdam, before it’s sent "ready to eat” to
German supermarkets. "Europe wants to eat healthily - at our expense,”
says Mundaca.

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Edward Suárez suarez
Avocado - a positive superfood trend? | DW Documentary Chile, one of the world's largest suppliers, avocado cultivation has dramatic consequences and has been linked to water shortages, human rights violations and an environmentally damage. The province of Petorca has a long tradition of avocado farming. Once grown by small farmers, production has been soaring since the global avocado boom of the 1990s. Big landowners now dominate the avocado market there. And their business requires large amounts of water. It takes up to 1000 liters of water to grow one kilo of the fruit (about three avocados) - a lot more than for a kilo of tomatoes or potatoes. The region is suffering an acute water shortage, exacerbated by climate change. The riverbeds dried up years ago. Trucks bring tanks of water to families in need, while thousands of hectares of avocado groves just next door are watered with artificial reservoirs. Rodrigo Mundaca founded the NGO Modatima. He fights for the right to water - a right that’s guaranteed by the UN and that Chile has committed to. An aerial survey in 2012 revealed that 64 pipelines were diverting river water underground, apparently to irrigate the avocado fields. When the Modatima activists publicly voiced their criticism, they received death threats. Water became a commodity in Chile in 1981 under the Pinochet dictatorship, meaning it’s privatized. Those who offer the most money get water licenses, even for life, regardless of the potential consequences for the ecosystem. The avocado also has a pretty dire environmental footprint. They’re packaged to prevent damage and transported in air-conditioned cargo ships to Europe. The fruit then ripens in a factory in Rotterdam, before it’s sent "ready to eat” to German supermarkets. "Europe wants to eat healthily - at our expense,” says Mundaca.
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Sydney Long
Woah that all looked amazing 😲
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Artsy O
i showed this to my mom and she hates me cuz she loves avocodoes and veggies
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Dolores Underwood
I love you Avocado 🥑
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David Alberto Sanchez Tejada
Looks interesting to go 1 or twice but third time I think you will have an overdose of avocado !
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Fiordalina Rodriguez
Very good avocado and God bless you
Comment from : Fiordalina Rodriguez


Ruslan Mashinov
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Alex Contreras
AGUACATE means Testicle in the Aztec language haha
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Don Luis De La Suerte
Aguacatl
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just celia
Sounds like heaven!
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Pheo.
yeah imma have to go there
Comment from : Pheo.


WebzyWongie 90
can I work here
Comment from : WebzyWongie 90


Kyle Williams
the word bias does not have a t at the end of it. ☺
Comment from : Kyle Williams


Flo Bartholomew
Love avocados 💚😛
Comment from : Flo Bartholomew


Marina Ivanova
Lovely!
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Kim Birdwonders
My friend and I though it was incredibly flavorless and crazy expensive. They served the dishes with the cheapest bread and rice cakes from the local supermarket here in Amsterdam. 10 euros for 1 avocado rose on 1 rice cake!! That's no meal.. i think itsyso sad how this place gets hyped only because the food is pretty. You literally pay for an Instagram pic when you go there, we have so much nice places to offer in Amsterdam. This is not worth time or money.
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Olivia Budgen
Those are literally the most beautiful dishes I've ever seen 😍🌸
Comment from : Olivia Budgen


Lee Sybrant
Very envious! Wow. Heaven! 😊
Comment from : Lee Sybrant


Hooked On Plants
yummy !! How's your intermittent fasting going? Weight loss? energy? digestion?
Comment from : Hooked On Plants


Vegina
Great camerawork ;)
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holisticmaya
I can't believe I was in Amsterdam and didn't know about this place!!! Everything looks so beautiful and delicious. Avocados are one of my favorite foods. Tarah you really should do more food critic videos, I think you are so good at it! Love that floral blouse on you, you're so pretty :)
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SJ Calderon
Tarah, this s is your calling. Your review was done so well. More please!
Comment from : SJ Calderon


Andrew Perry
Great video! Very professional! Yes I would love to see more of these!
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TheVeganSoprano
I want to know price range lol. Avocados where I live are so expensive, about $2.50 USD each!
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Ugly Vegan
I was just in Amsterdam a few weeks ago and I wish I had known about this place! But we went to Hummus House, which was also delicious.
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Michelle Lapierre
That was amazing!!!
Thanks for taking along with you!!!!

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Rachael Jacome
Oh my goodness, that looks so freaking delicious!! 🤤😍👍 Also, you look gorgeous, love that shirt, the colors are so good on you!! 😗💖
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Marshall X
Avocado, I love them
Comment from : Marshall X


Calliegrls1
Oh, am I envious of you Tara! That food looks amazing!
Comment from : Calliegrls1


Ev Coleman
Looks great. Good job!
Comment from : Ev Coleman


Mary Nelson
I have been to Amsterdam many times and never seen the Avicado Show- where is it located?
Comment from : Mary Nelson


Elle Tulane
That restaurant looked like a winner...the food looked so pretty and delicious...have fun in Holland!!
Comment from : Elle Tulane


James Lane
👍🇺🇸🐺
Comment from : James Lane


Charles Philpot
Omg that has given me so much food envy. More restaurant reviews, I loved the video! (I legit look forward to your videos all the time, I love them so much!).
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Francesca Bosco
Oh my goodness this has to be the best restaurant I have seen! Love the presentation and every single dish you had! Can I ask how much was it for everything??
Comment from : Francesca Bosco


Hound Life Vlogs
That looked amazing! And the presentation was wonderful 😍👌😋
Comment from : Hound Life Vlogs


Jade Watson
Looks awesome Tara! Thanks for sharing :) <3
Comment from : Jade Watson


Livin' Free
DISCLAIMER: I received my meals for free here, courtesy of The Avocado Show, but this did not influence my opinion or review of the restaurant.
I always try to be open, honest, and transparent here on social media and if I do not enjoy the food or the service at the restaurants I review, I'll let you know.
It's my hope that you'll love this place as much as I did. They're truly a caring, compassionate, ethical company that cares about their customers and the growers of their food.

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Kombucha Princess
all of the food looks so good.
Comment from : Kombucha Princess


Rawveganse
Ooh!!! Looks amazing, really want to try that restaurant! Love the name of it too! Beautiful salads, Love flowers in dishes, I used to use the flowers too in my recipes :) dandelion flowers are my favourite to use here in sweden :D
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Alexandria Addison
New music! Pretty neat to see you being filmed by someone 😘love the look of the icecream! Gonna have to make me some of that 😍💖💗
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