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Brazilian delegation visits Extremadura to resume plum exports

A delegation of Brazilian health authorities has visited Extremadura to sign a pest management protocol that allows the region to export plums to the South American country, as exports had been suspended in the 2020 season due to new phytosanitary requirements.

The Junta de Extremadura and the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food worked together to bring the Brazilian authorities to the region so that the region's plum sector can reopen the Brazilian market to their product.

The Brazilian specialists visited El Escobar's fruit and vegetable center and plum plots where, among other things, they were shown the pest management, fruit traceability, selection, packaging, and preservation systems being used on plum crops. The Brazilian delegation was accompanied by technical personnel from the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, Population, and Territory, as well as technical personnel from Extremadura's Fruit Growers Association (Afruex), and the farm and plant they visited.



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