Chile: The president of Fedefruta called on producers to work together to ensure the competitiveness of table grapes

Published Jun 14, 2024

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The president of the Federation of Fruit Producers of Chile, Victor Catán, emphasized the importance of collaboration for the competitiveness of table grape production during the XII International Table Grape Seminar in Copiopo. He stressed the progress towards the approval of the Systems Approach and the reinstatement of Apeco into Fedefruta. Catán highlighted the need for innovation, sustainability, and social development in fruit growing. The article also mentioned a national projection of around 60 million boxes of table grape exports, with 70 thousand tons coming from the Atacama region.
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A call to work together to ensure the competitiveness of table grapes was made by the president of the Federation of Fruit Producers of Chile (Fdefruta), Victor Catán, during his participation in the XII International Table Grape Seminar of the Atacama Region in Copiapó. During the activity, organized by the Association of Agricultural Producers and Exporters of the Copiapó Valley (Apeco), Catán emphasized the importance of the reincorporation of Apeco into Fedefruta and also referred to the progress that has been made for the approval of the Systems Approach. “Today, more than ever, we must work together and innovate to ensure the sustainability and competitiveness of table grape production in Atacama and throughout Chile. Working together gives us greater guarantees to consolidate fruit growing as an agent of social mobility and rural development,” he said. He stressed that an example of collaborative work is the management to obtain the Systems Approach for the regions of ...
Source: MXfruit
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