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At XVIII International Blueberries Seminar - April 16, 2020

Chilean, Peruvian and Mexican blueberry industry thoroughly analysed

In April, three of the leading exponents of the Latin American blueberry industry will meet in Chile, attempting to make an in-depth analysis on each country’s situation and its prospects for long and short term development. This meeting will take place during the XVIII International Blueberries Seminar.

Andrés Armstrong, former Director of the Blueberry Committee of Chile, Miguel Bentín, Director of Proarándanos, of Peru, and Juan José Flores, Director of Aneberries, of Mexico, will be the three exponents of the Latin American blueberry industry that will share visions and diagnosis on the current reality of the industry, and what we should expect in the near future for each country and the region in general.

During the event, which will be held at the Monticello Event Center on April 16, each one will share their local experiences with attendees from different countries and regions, participating in a conversation about the weaknesses of each industry, its advantages and opportunities, and the strategies designed or to be designed to recover or maintain competitiveness in each of them, with the aim of inserting themselves in a better way or at a higher level in the increasingly demanding fruit export market.


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