Heat's on chile industry Challenges include drought, excessive heat, pandemic restrictions on restaurants and seasonal workers

Matthew Narvaiz / Taos News Francisco Cardeñas sweeps excess green chile seeds from the bottom of a roaster on Tuesday (Aug. 11) at Albertson’s in Taos. Cardeñas has been roasting chile at the grocery store going on eight years.

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