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  • Brazil and Peru compete with China on ginger quality, not on price

    The vast majority of ginger imported into the US originates in China. Smaller quantities are imported from Brazil, Costa Rica and Peru. “We import ginger from Brazil,” says Andre Ziani with New York based Aiden Produce. “First of all, Brazilian ginger has a superior quality to Chinese ginger. The country has an excellent climate for […]

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  • Peru becomes first Asia Fruit Logistica partner country

    Peru is the inaugural partner country for Asia Fruit Logistica 2019, taking place on 4-6 September in Hong Kong. “I am delighted that Peru will become our first-ever partner country at Asia Fruit Logistica,” said Will Wollbold, commercial director of the trade fair’s organiser Global Produce Events (GPE). “With its rich array of high-quality fruit […]

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  • The productive gap of Peruvian agriculture

    Heterogeneous agricultural productivity growth prevents the sector, which could represent 11% of GDP, making the most of it opportunities in the international market. Earlier this year an article appeared: “Building Momentum in Peruvian Agriculture”, which was published by the World Bank in collaboration with the analysis group „GRADE“. Surely it is a revealing study that […]

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