In line with the new consumer trends in the world, Peru is engaged in expanding its export basket.
Miguel Queto, National Chairman of the National Agricultural Health Service (செனச), They said they are working with more than 60 Peruvian products to reach new markets.
“In all, we plan to be able to enter 11 markets this year – almost certainly. We have already entered three: thorny pear for Brazil, mango for South Africa and granadilla for Argentina“, He pointed out.
According to the head of the CENSA, in March they met with representatives of the New Zealand embassy, which was said to be making great strides.
“Citrus fruits in New Zealand open in April with tangerines, oranges and lemons”, Quevedo noted.
But the Peruvian citrus Not only will they be entering New Zealand this year, but Sensa is already working on their entry into Vietnam.
“We plan: pomegranate for Mexico, butter for the Philippines and Malaysia, blueberries for Israel and Indonesia, grapes for Chile and Japan – the most advanced – aquamando and turmeric for the United States.“, Accurate.
What about other products that Sensa has been working on? “Some are already in public consultation before the World Trade Organization, while others are in the process of publishing within their own country, and it depends on the procedures within each country.”.
In terms of quantity, Queto said the main export-oriented products were: mangoes for South Africa, citrus fruits for New Zealand, blueberries for Israel and avocados for the Philippines and Malaysia.
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