How 1.5 Million Aloe Vera Leaves Are Harvested A Week | Big BusinessOctober 30, 2021
From sunburn soothers to skincare, aloe vera products are growing in popularity. Today, the industry is worth $625 million. But some aloe vera products on the market have been found to contain no traces of aloe at all. So how can we spot the real aloe vera products? We visited the world’s largest aloe farm in the Dominican Republic, to find out how they harvest, slice up, and juice the legit stuff.
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How 1.5 Million Aloe Vera Leaves Are Harvested A Week | Big Business