The Association of Fruit Exporters of Chile AG (ASOEX) starts today, August 14th, in Madrid and until next September 14th, the first promotional campaign of Chilean fruits in an airport, taking advantage of the fact that Chile is in full export season of apples, kiwis and pears, fruits that will be the perfect snack in the restaurants of Madrid Airport. Together with the promotion of the consumption of Chilean fruits as healthy snacks, this activity seeks to expand distribution channels.
From next season, Chile will be able to export avocados and fresh blueberries to India, after recently closing an agreement with the authorities of this country, in very advantageous conditions. An achievement achieved in the context of a public-private visit to India, headed by Undersecretary of Agriculture, Claudio Ternicier.
Chile and the European Union have recently signed a historic agreement on trade in organic products, matching the rules in both areas for the certification of these products.
On February 4th, the authorities of the People's Republic of China confirmed that the country has access to nectarines from Chile, a long awaited news from this South American country, whose materialization has been possible thanks to the joint work of the sector Public and private.
Chilean exports of nectarines will enter the Chinese market directly from November, as announced by the Minister of Agriculture of Chile, Carlos Furche. The official opening of the Chinese market for export of this fruit is the result of three years of negotiations and several meetings held between the authorities of the Agriculture and Livestock Service (SAG) and the Chinese AQSIQ. Previously, Chilean nectarine only entered the Chinese market through Hong Kong, with arrests which made the fruit quality lessened and for this reason could not be distributed.
According to ASOEX, Association of Fruit Exporters of Chile, presented by marketing director for Europe and Asia, Charif Christian Carvajal, the Latin American country has regained sales volumes in Europe, with an average increase of 4% in the 27 European markets that Chilean fruits are addressed.
The president of the Association of Fruit Exporters of Chile (Asoex), Ronald Brown, has expressed caution about the future implications of the departure of the United Kingdom of the European Union, considering that "it is still premature to visualize the immediate effects of this decision for exports of Chilean fruit ".
The Agriculture and Livestock Service of the Chilean Government (SAG) and the Association of Fruit Exporters of Chile (ASOEX) are immersed in a negotiating process to export fruit to China and Vietnam, which have already taken some significant steps. Thus, a public-private mission has approached the phytosanitary authorities of both countries to lay the groundwork for future business relationships that facilitate the entry of Chilean fruit.
The agricultural entrepreneur and business leader, Ramon Achurra Larrain, is the new president of the National Federation of Fruit Producers of Chile, Fedefruta, then the election process guild that chose its policy for the next two years, after finishing the period 2014 -2016 Carolus Brown headed by Juan Bauza.
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