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Moldovan berry producers intend to reorient their exports to European markets

Молдавские производители ягод намерены переориентировать экспорт на европейские рынки. Что для этого нужно сделать?
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May 8, 2022
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Berry producers in Moldova should diversify their markets this season, as export logistics costs in the traditional Russian market have risen sharply due to the war in Ukraine. Berry producers and exporters came to this conclusion at a seminar organized by the Berry Association of Moldova in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) project "Advanced Agriculture in Moldova", MOLDPRES reports.
“In order to increase the competitiveness of berries produced in Moldova, producers and exporters of berries should diversify cultivated varieties of garden strawberries (strawberries) and raspberries with varieties that are listed on European markets, obtain international certificates that confirm the safety of products,” the participants emphasized. The importance of modernizing berry production technologies was also noted, including through investments in greenhouse cultivation to reduce the risks associated with climatic conditions, such as spring frosts or rains during the harvest period. Producers discussed the possibility of exporting frozen berries: raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants or blackberries, which eliminates the risk of losing fresh berry products. The chairman of the Moldova Berry Association, Anetta Ganenco, believes that there are currently many opportunities to increase sales of berries, including in the local market, especially if producers focus on ...
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