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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Yawar Nazir/NurPhoto/REX Shutterstock (5106867f) Kashmiris workers clean walnuts after removing their green husks Kashmir's walnut industry under threat, Kashmir, India - 16 Sep 2015 The walnut industry in Kashmir is facing immense challenges after India has allowed imports from other countries . This has squeezed the domestic market for Kashmir walnuts across India with growers saying that they are getting lower returns for the crop. Kashmir produces 90 percent of walnuts in India and they have been immensely popular across India as the products is organic. However with imports growers say that there is no demand for their product. Walnut harvesting is highly labour intensive and almost all the processing is carried out manually. The workers involved in the initial harvesting say that with low returns on this product their wages have also dwindled.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Yawar Nazir/NurPhoto/REX Shutterstock (5106867b) Kashmiri workers beat walnuts to break open their green husks Kashmir's walnut industry under threat, Kashmir, India - 16 Sep 2015 The walnut industry in Kashmir is facing immense challenges after India has allowed imports from other countries . This has squeezed the domestic market for Kashmir walnuts across India with growers saying that they are getting lower returns for the crop. Kashmir produces 90 percent of walnuts in India and they have been immensely popular across India as the products is organic. However with imports growers say that there is no demand for their product. Walnut harvesting is highly labour intensive and almost all the processing is carried out manually. The workers involved in the initial harvesting say that with low returns on this product their wages have also dwindled.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Yawar Nazir/NurPhoto/REX Shutterstock (5106867d) A Kashmiri worker cleans walnuts after breaking green husks to clean their shells Kashmir's walnut industry under threat, Kashmir, India - 16 Sep 2015 The walnut industry in Kashmir is facing immense challenges after India has allowed imports from other countries . This has squeezed the domestic market for Kashmir walnuts across India with growers saying that they are getting lower returns for the crop. Kashmir produces 90 percent of walnuts in India and they have been immensely popular across India as the products is organic. However with imports growers say that there is no demand for their product. Walnut harvesting is highly labour intensive and almost all the processing is carried out manually. The workers involved in the initial harvesting say that with low returns on this product their wages have also dwindled.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Yawar Nazir/NurPhoto/REX Shutterstock (5106867h) Walnuts drying after cleaning Kashmir's walnut industry under threat, Kashmir, India - 16 Sep 2015 The walnut industry in Kashmir is facing immense challenges after India has allowed imports from other countries . This has squeezed the domestic market for Kashmir walnuts across India with growers saying that they are getting lower returns for the crop. Kashmir produces 90 percent of walnuts in India and they have been immensely popular across India as the products is organic. However with imports growers say that there is no demand for their product. Walnut harvesting is highly labour intensive and almost all the processing is carried out manually. The workers involved in the initial harvesting say that with low returns on this product their wages have also dwindled.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Yawar Nazir/NurPhoto/REX Shutterstock (5106867f) Kashmiris workers clean walnuts after removing their green husks Kashmir's walnut industry under threat, Kashmir, India - 16 Sep 2015 The walnut industry in Kashmir is facing immense challenges after India has allowed imports from other countries . This has squeezed the domestic market for Kashmir walnuts across India with growers saying that they are getting lower returns for the crop. Kashmir produces 90 percent of walnuts in India and they have been immensely popular across India as the products is organic. However with imports growers say that there is no demand for their product. Walnut harvesting is highly labour intensive and almost all the processing is carried out manually. The workers involved in the initial harvesting say that with low returns on this product their wages have also dwindled.
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