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MAKE FOOD NOT WAR Souk El Tayeb

It all started in 2004, when Kamal Mouzawak launched Souk El Tayeb, Lebanon’s first farmer’s market bringing small-scale producers to Beirut as a way of uniting communities and supporting small-scale agriculture.

A “people’s development project,” as he refers to it, is held every Saturday

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