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Mexican berries in the sights of the Indian market

Fruits
Mexico
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 22, 2024

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Berries from Mexico, valued at $374 million, were the most exported agricultural product, according to the Agricultural Market Consulting Group (GCMA). At the Fruit Logistics 2024 fair, Indian companies showed interest in importing and distributing these berries. Aneberries president, Miguel Curiel, highlighted the global popularity of Mexican berries, attributing it to quality, promotion, marketing, communication, sustainability, and worker care.
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According to information collected by the Agricultural Market Consulting Group (GCMA), berries from Mexico were the most exported agricultural product with a value of 374 million dollars. In this context, the Mexican Berries industry participated in the Fruit Logistics 2024 fair, presenting quality, safety and internationalization throughout the world. It was during the day that a delegation of companies from India met with representatives of Aneberries, expressing their interest in importing and distributing Mexican fruit in the Indian market. In that sense, the president of Aneberries, Miguel Curiel, indicated “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 enormously valued by our clients.” He added that Mexican ...
Source: MXfruit
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