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China presents massive opportunities to global berry suppliers as consumers there get richer and demand healthier food China presents massive opportunities to global berry suppliers as consumers there get richer and demand healthier food, according to Promar International’s Emma Gough and Hortifrut Chile’s David Smith, who told the Global Berry Congress (GBC) last month that...
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The manager of Agricultural exports from Adex, Paula Carrion, stated that the months of September and October are key for agriculture exporters of blueberries, as this was a period where they could take advantage of the window of opportunity offered by the international market. “The United States stops producing in this period and it has...
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The Peruvian horticulture industry has set an ambitious target to significantly widen its export offer of high quality fresh, dried, frozen and processed fruits, vegetables, superfoods, grains and other food and drink ingredients. With both Peruvian cuisine and healthy food in vogue across major consumer markets, and Peru’s agricultural frontier set to expand to 260,000...
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“When you see an increase of this magnitude, it’s really because there is much potential. Blueberries have become one of the fruits that currently presents the best business opportunities and very attractive prices, which makes them an excellent export product. The growing demand, the production’s seasonality and its qualities, have allowed this positioning,” said Guillermo...
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Peruvian Hass avocado exporters have just had more than one billion potential customers opened up to them, following the signing of phytosanitary export protocols with China. The document was signed during a meeting between delegations from the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China (AQSIQ) and Peru’s National...
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Peruvian avocado shipments to the U.S. could double in 2014. Peruvian grower-shippers shipped about 50 million pounds of fruit to the U.S. in 2013, and the industry has a goal of 100 million pounds this year, said Emiliano Escobedo, executive director of the Irvine, Calif.-based Hass Avocado Board. That’s similar to numbers Doug Meyer, treasurer...
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09:08. Lima, Apr. 27. Peru is close to becoming the first grape supplier to the Chinese markets, the Peruvian Chinese Chamber of Commerce announced. The projection was based on information regarding shipments made throughout 2014. According to the Capechi Business Research Unit, Miguel Galvez, last year exports totaled US$175.4 million (8.6 million boxes). “Growth has...
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The Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Magali Silva, stated that non-traditional agricultural exports increased by 5.1% in January 2015. Since July 2013, they have had 19 months of consecutive expansion. Silva said that the fresh grapes were among the most dynamic products of the non-traditional agricultural sector, as they had amounted to $119 million...
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By Hillary Ojeda Peruvian crops including quinoa rapidly grew in surface area and production last year. Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Minagri) announced quinoa, grapes, avocado, and cacao crops in Peru grew considerably in surface area last year, according to Gestion. The best performing crops were the olive and quinoa, concluding with increases of 163%...
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The Peruvian state port authority Enapu is to invest $549 million upgrading five ports in the country as it seeks to reduce export bottlenecks. The five ports to be upgraded are the ports of Ilo, San Juan de Marcona, Salaverry on the pacific coast and Pucallpa and Iquitos on the Amazon river. Work is expected...
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AGROVISION is a grower, packer, and shipper of fruits and vegetables from Peru exporting to established and emerging global markets such as the United States, Canada, Europe, UK, China and other Asian and Central and South American countries.

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