Ecuadorian banana farmers meet with Russian ambassador

Fresh Banana
Published Mar 1, 2024

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The Banana and Plata Cluster of Ecuador recently met with the Ecuadorian Ambassador in Russia, Vladimir Sprinchan, to bolster commercial and economic ties. The meeting underscored the significance of Ecuadorian bananas in the Russian diet and the importance of Russia as a market. Russian chef, Igor Burlutskiy, also showcased a culinary demonstration, incorporating Ecuadorian bananas and plantains into Russian cuisine.
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Representatives of the Banana and Plata Cluster of Ecuador met with the Ambassador of Ecuador in Russia, Vladimir Sprinchan, with the aim of strengthening commercial and economic relations between both countries. The authorities highlighted the importance of strengthening the ties between Ecuador and Russia, recognizing the importance of Ecuadorian bananas as a distinctive product that has been part of the Russian consumer's diet for more than a decade. The Russian diplomat had the opportunity to learn about the versatility that fruit has to satisfy the culinary demands of consumers around the world and especially in Russia. For his part, José Antonio Hidalgo, executive director of the Association of Banana Exporters of Ecuador (AEBE), commented "Russia is one of our largest markets, so strengthening the commercial ties we have allows us to work together. We were also able to try some adaptations that the ambassador really liked and it was a nice day of friendship, to plan and ...
Source: MXfruit
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