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Argentine fresh fruit exports up 6% from 2019

Argentine exports of fresh organic blueberries up 70% in 2019

Citrusvil seeks to consolidate traditional and emerging markets

Citrusvil seeks to consolidate traditional and emerging markets

Published on Oct 21st, 2020
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Argentina exported around 242,000 tons of fresh lemon in 2020, a slight increase compared to 2019, although far from what was initially projected. According to Francisco Rotella, Citrusvil Fresh Fruit’s commercial manager, the season went through several stages, many of which were heavily affected by Covid-19.

Argentina gets ready for the 2020 blueberry season

Citrusvil’s campaign progresses at a steady pace

Citrusvil’s campaign progresses at a steady pace

Published on Jun 05th, 2020

Rapid action against COVID-19 allowed the company to quickly adapt to continue operating within the restrictions implemented.

The spread of the Coronavirus reached Argentina at a key moment for local citrus farming. Just as Citrusvil was preparing to start the 2020 campaign, the company found itself facing an unexpected situation, which led it to rethink its actions and adapt its facilities to keep production processes active and redouble efforts to keep collaborators safe.

Argentina’s apple and pear exports rise despite smaller crop

Argentina’s apple and pear exports rise despite smaller crop

Published on May 28th, 2020

 

Although Argentina’s 2019/20 fresh apple and pear productions are projected to decrease to 480,000 tons and 550,000 tons respectively, the lower fruit supply in the Northern Hemisphere is set to boost exports during this campaign, according to USDA data. Apple exports are forecast at 100,000 tons and pear exports are projected to reach 300,000 tons. 

Argentine lemons to land in China finally

Argentine lemons to land in China finally

Published on Dec 30th, 2019

 

After protracted negotiations lasting 15 years, Argentine lemons have finally been granted access to the Chinese market. Argentina’s agriculture minister, Luis Basterra, and deputy minister of the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC), Li Guo, signed the phytosanitary protocol in Buenos Aires in 17th December to give the go ahead to exports of the prized Argentine citrus fruit, which is emblematic of the country. Guo highlighted how China wished to continue strengthening the bilateral relationship with Argentina.

Closer ties between Argentina’s blueberry sector and China

Argentine fruit sector welcomes lowering of export tax

Argentine fruit sector welcomes lowering of export tax

Published on Aug 12th, 2019

Argentina’s fruit industry has received a welcome boost with the news that the country’s export tax is to be cut from 4% to 3%. The move is aimed at making the South American giant’s products more competitive on the world’s markets. The reduction applies to 207 products, including fresh fruit.

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