First Chilean table grapes from the Systems Approach pilot program arrive in perfect condition in Mexico

Fresh Grape
Published Mar 1, 2024

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A delegation from Chile's Agricultural and Livestock Service (SAG) visited Mexico to discuss improving entry conditions for Chilean agricultural products and the development of the Systems Approach Pilot Program for Chilean table grapes. The delegation met with the National Health, Safety and Food Quality Service (Senasica) and visited the Port of Manzanillo, where over 67% of Chilean fresh fruit exports arrive. A successful pilot program in the Coquimbo region demonstrated the potential benefits of non-fumigation and the Systems Approach, which maintains better fruit condition and quality upon arrival.
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In order to improve the entry of Chilean agricultural products, as well as evaluate the development of the Systems Approach Pilot Program for the shipment of Chilean table grapes to the Mexican market, a delegation headed by the Agricultural and Livestock Service, SAG, was is in Mexico carrying out a busy schedule of meetings with authorities and professionals from the National Health, Safety and Food Quality Service (Senasica). The Chilean delegation is made up of the Chilean Ambassador to Mexico, Beatriz Sánchez; the national director of SAG, José Guajardo, in addition to Rodrigo Astete, director of operations of SAG and Miguel Canala-Echeverría, general manager of Frutas de Chile, who met with the chief director of Senasica, Francisco Javier Calderón; as well as the professionals of the same service; Francisco Ramírez y Ramírez, general director of Plant Health; Juan Gay, director of the National Center for Animal Health Verification; Leandro David Soriano, general director of ...
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