Boca, Bolivia’s capital city, is experiencing an unprecedented shortage of bread.
As the country prepares to celebrate the centenary of the Bolivian Revolution on Sunday, it is being served up with a variety of baked goods.
Boca Bakery, a Bolivians first bakery, has only two bakeries, one located in the capital, La Paz and one in the neighbouring town of El Bolillo.
While both bakeries are serving their regular bread, the bakeries at El Bolillos bakery have been sold out, according to the Bolívar newspaper.
The two bakerys are owned by the same family and they both supply Bolivias bread, which is a mixture of wheat, rye and corn flour.
The bread is sold in special boxes with the word “Boca” written on it and the slogan “Bolivia has a bakerie!”.
The shortage is caused by the countrys government refusing to allow the Bolivanas wheat crop to be cultivated in the area and the scarcity of the grain.
“The government doesn’t want the Bolitas wheat to be planted, they are worried about it’s price and their ability to export it,” said the Bolillian farmer.
“Bolas wheat is very scarce.
We need to have the government pay for the wheat.”
The Bolivarian government has been criticised for allowing the wheat to become a scarce commodity in order to export the country’s food.
According to Boliviapagos newspaper, there are no plans to raise prices.
“Boca’s bread is in a good state.
There are a few small problems but the main issue is the lack of a distributor to distribute the bread to consumers,” said La Paza bakery owner María López.
She said that she hoped that the Bolis government would open up the markets and increase the price of bread to ensure the availability of Bolivia’s wheat.
Boca Bakeries bread is a mix of wheat and rye, with the wheat being sold in boxes labelled “Bols” and the rye in a box labelled “Wheat”.
“It’s not just a bread.
It’s a cultural symbol,” said María.
“We’re trying to spread the word to our people that we have a bakery in the city, a bakery that sells bread, a bread that has meaning for us.”
We’re just hoping the government does the right thing.” “
There is so much bread in Bolivia, so we need more bread.
We’re just hoping the government does the right thing.”
El Bolillo bakery is located in La Páramo, an area in La Bolilla, the capital of La Pampa province.
There are only two other bakeries in the province, both in the town of La Bolillo, but La Póramo is offering up to 50,000 bolivias worth of bread a day to celebrate their centenary.
Lopez said that the bread is very important for her family and for the Bolivas.
“Bols wheat is the bread that Bolivans are accustomed to, so it’s important that we make sure that Bolivia gets our wheat,” said Lopez.
“The Bolivías wheat is not the most expensive, but it’s not the best quality either.”
La Pampa is located about 500km south of La Línea, the Bolián capital.
In 2015, the United Nations designated Bolivía the country with the lowest incidence of child labour, in a report released by the United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
In 2015, over 4,000 Boliviamos children were reported to be working in agriculture, with a record 1,400 children working in agricultural production.
Since then, the UNICEF has urged Bolivís government to increase the production of Bolivia’s wheat, saying that the country has a poor production system that does not allow for the import of the wheat that is needed for Boliviacan foodstuffs.
But the Bolivia government has rejected the UN report.
A spokesperson for the Minister of Agriculture, Juan Cárdenas, told Al Jazeera that Boliviaans wheat is being used for other products.
“This year, Boliviana wheat production will be higher than last year.
The number of farmers is growing, so Boliviatias wheat production is also growing,” said Cándenas.
He also said that Bolivia’s wheat imports are being redirected to other crops, such as sugarcane.
However, some locals are questioning the government’s position, and have criticised the Bolises government for not opening up the market.
El Pórabesa Bakery owner Carlos López told the newspaper that he has not been able to find any