The Spanish and European pistachio seeks common references and synergies in the leadership of California in the US

Updated Jun 1, 2023
“Spain and some producing areas of Mediterranean Europe are experiencing the pistachio boom but, compared to California, we are like a drop of water in the ocean. There are synergies that it is convenient for all of us to take advantage of. In order not to lose current profitability, we have to increase consumption and be more competitive, and that means organizing, improving efficiency and exploring ways of collaborating with the US”. That was the main conclusion expressed by Carlos Suárez, president of the European Pistachio Council (CEP) after signing with his counterpart from American Pistachios Growers (APG), Richard Matoian, an agreement between both entities that will allow sharing information, organizing congresses and joint visits and identify future collaborative projects. During a day at the Talavera de la Reina (Toledo) fairgrounds, Suárez and Matoian analyzed the situation of this dried fruit on both sides of the Atlantic and made clear the differences between the two ...
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