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Argentina: During the first quarter of 2024, 188 thousand tons of fruits and vegetables were certified for export

Published May 19, 2024

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The National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service (Senasa) has reported a significant activity in the first four months of the year, with a total of 188,186 tons of fruits and vegetables exported primarily from the provinces of Río Negro and Neuquén, as per the article. These exports were distributed to over 50 countries, with Brazil, Russia, the United States, Paraguay, Bolivia, Mexico, Italy, Peru, Canada, and Ecuador accounting for 90% of the total. The Port of San Antonio Este and the Villa Regina and Centenario Phytosanitary Reserves played crucial roles in the certification and export of various fruits like pears, apples, plums, peaches, and cherries, as well as onions. Senasa also highlighted the issuance of 7,420 phytosanitary certificates for products under export programs and work plans agreed with third countries, underscoring the importance of international trade in the agricultural sector.
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The National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service (Senasa) reported that during the first four months of the year, the agency inspected and certified the export of 188,186 tons of fruits and vegetables from the provinces of Río Negro and Neuquén. Exports from that region were destined for a list of more than 50 countries, among which Brazil, Russia, the United States, Paraguay, Bolivia, Mexico, Italy, Peru, Canada and Ecuador stood out for acquiring 90% of what was sent. Discriminating by the different inspection sites, during the aforementioned period, a total of 94,226.28 tons of products were certified from the Port of San Antonio Este, distributed, according to Senasa, in 90,449.85 tons of pears, 3,583.50 tons of apples , 128.70 tons of onions and 64.22 tons of plums. On the other hand, exports for a total of 52,737.14 tons were certified from the Villa Regina Phytosanitary Reserve, distributed in 47,254.16 tons of pears, 4,063.34 tons of apples, 1,080.24 tons of onions, ...
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