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Man or the Sea?

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Preparations continue for r+ cafe | grains. While discussions continue with our chef, the scenery caught our attention. For locals in Kampot, the sea has always been a source of their livelihoods, providing sustenance and income with the seafood fishermen catch.

A question then came to mind: Where does our fish come from? A case can be made for either the fishermen or the sea itself. At r+, we view that both the environment and local producers are important, and we endeavour to work with both to achieve sustainable growth.

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