The Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock of Brazil deals with the opening of new markets for fruit growing

Published Mar 7, 2023

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The Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock of Brazil (CNA) participated in a meeting of the Sectorial Chamber of the Fruit Growing Productive Chain, on Thursday (2), in Brasília, to discuss the opening of new export markets for the sector.

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Participants at the meeting spoke about the progress of the process of opening markets for the sector, such as apples for Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines, avocados and avocados for Japan. “The opening of new markets makes possible the expansion of national production, linked to the improvement in the quality of the national product, and to the socioeconomic development of the producing regions, generation of new jobs and foreign currency to the country”, highlighted the technical analyst of the CNA, Letícia Fonseca. In recent years, numerous markets have been opened, such as for apples in countries such as Guatemala, Colombia, Nicaragua, Senegal and Honduras; for avocado in Argentina; for lime in Chile; for ginger in Egypt; and for nuts in Saudi Arabia and South Korea. The meeting also addressed the updating of legislation for the export of papaya to the North American market, the National Plan for the Development of Fruit Growing, and the need to generate and monitor data ...
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