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India “sets its sights” on Mexican Berries

Fruits
India
Market & Price Trends
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 22, 2024

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At the Fruit Logistica 2024 fair, Mexican berries have been acknowledged for their quality and safety, drawing attention from global buyers including those from Europe, Asia, the US, Canada, and India. ANEBERRIES president, Miguel Curiel, highlighted the significance of the European market and the quality of their berries. The industry's global success is credited to promotional efforts, marketing, communication, sustainability, environmental respect, and worker care, led by the ANEBERRIES team under General Director Juan José Flores.
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By: Francisco Seva Rivadulla, international agri-food journalist (Agraria.pe) Berries from Mexico have once again triumphed once again at the Fruit Logistica 2024 fair, once again championing their great quality, excellent safety and, especially, their enormous level of internationalization throughout the world. In the 2024 edition, Mexican berries have attracted great interest from buyers from different markets. In addition to Europe, buyers from Asia, the United States, Canada and even India have also shown interest. In fact, a delegation of Indian companies held a meeting with ANEBERRIES leaders in which they expressed their interest in importing and distributing berries from Mexico in the Indian market. As explained by the president of ANEBERRIES, Miguel Curiel, “the European market is important for Mexican berries, that is why we continue to participate and attend this very important fair, in which we champion our great flagship, which is the quality of our berries, which is ...
Source: Agraria
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