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Chile and Mexico consolidate commercial relationship in agricultural export shipments

Mexico
Chile
Regulation & Compliances
Published Mar 1, 2024

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José Guajardo Reyes, the national director of the Agricultural and Livestock Service (SAG), is leading a delegation in Mexico to negotiate in the agricultural and livestock sectors. The team visited the port of Manzanillo, a key point for Chilean exports to Mexico, and met with representatives of the National Agri-Food Health, Safety and Quality Service (SENASICA) Mexico. The collaboration includes knowledge exchange in animal and plant health, and food security. A pilot program for grape exports to Mexico is underway in the Coquimbo region, and alternatives to the use of methyl bromide for exporting grapes, oranges, and kiwis are being explored. The article also mentions the coverage of 23 livestock establishments across 9 regions in Chile.
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Currently, the national director of the Agricultural and Livestock Service, José Guajardo Reyes, is on tour in Mexico with a public-private delegation headed by the Chilean ambassador to the Aztec nation, Beatriz Sánchez, within the framework of a negotiation agenda both of the agricultural and livestock fields. The Chilean authorities met with representatives of the National Agri-Food Health, Safety and Quality Service (SENASICA) Mexico, during which they visited the facilities of the port of Manzanillo, the main entry point for Chilean exports to that market. The national director of SAG, José Guajardo Reyes, indicated that the collaboration between Chile and Mexico also includes the exchange of knowledge and experiences in key areas such as animal and plant health, and food security. “The SAG technical visit to Mexico is a strategic opportunity not only to strengthen bilateral ties and expand markets, but also to share best practices and face common challenges in the ...
Source: MXfruit
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