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The United States Ambassador talks about the Systems Approach protocol with Chile

United States
Chile
Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 20, 2024

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The U.S. Ambassador to Chile, Bernadette Meegan, recently toured the San Clemente Fruit Center in the Maule Region to observe cherry production, cold storage, and apple packaging processes. Accompanied by Fedefruta's Vice President Victor Catán, Director Juan Carlos Sepúlveda, and Luis Chadwick, a partner of Fedefruta and president of the San Clemente agricultural company, Meegan discussed the Systems Approach protocol, a priority for both Chilean producers and the U.S. She also highlighted her efforts to advocate for a Chilean agreement on dairy issues in Congress, emphasizing its importance for the U.S., and acknowledged the significance of table grapes for Chile. The visit underscored the collaborative relationship between the U.S. and Chile, with Fedefruta's vice president expressing gratitude for the ambassador's efforts and the ongoing partnership between the two nations.
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The United States ambassador to Chile, Bernadette Meegan, visited the San Clemente Fruit Center in the Maule Region, an instance in which she asked to know in the field the processes of cherries, the cold chamber for packed fruit and the apple packaging line. , among others. During the tour, the vice president of Fedefruta, Victor Catán, the Union director of Fedefruta, Juan Carlos Sepúlveda and the host, partner of Fedefruta and president of the San Clemente agricultural company, Luis Chadwick, participated. During the opportunity, the ambassador referred to the Systems Approach protocol, pointing out that “I know that this issue is something of high priority for producers here in Chile, as well as for us in the United States. “We are working hard with La Moneda.” He added that “I was in Congress all day on Tuesday of this week (April 16) pushing senators and representatives to help us have a Chilean agreement on dairy issues that is a priority for the United ...
Source: MXfruit
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