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Peru achieved 10 new accesses for agricultural products in 2022

Updated Dec 27, 2022
With a view to continuing to consolidate Peru as one of the main food suppliers in the world, the National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) announced that during this year 10 new phytosanitary accesses for Peruvian agricultural products were achieved.
The products that managed to enter other countries are: mango to South Africa, prickly pear to Brazil, granadilla to Argentina, cherimoya to Ecuador, blueberries to Israel, peppers and chili peppers to Uruguay, cherimoya to Guatemala, amarylis bulbs for Argentina, blueberry microplants to Colombia and in vitro potato plant to Ecuador. “With the agro-export potential that the country has, it is essential to continue diversifying the destination markets for Peruvian products and thus generate greater commercial opportunities for producers; these achievements”, said the national head of Senasa, Miguel Quevedo. Peru is one of the agro-exporting countries that has been progressively positioning itself in the destination markets. As a result of the sanitary and phytosanitary measures that Senasa has implemented in the export processes, through a national standard that regulates this activity; which, has the objective of guaranteeing that Peruvian exports comply with the standards ...
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