The Consulate General of Syria in São Paulo has put out a list of some 50 products available for export from the Arab country. The goal is to find international buyers. The list includes vegetables, fruits, seasoning, spices, processed foods, textiles, chemicals and more.
Fruits and vegetables available include tomato, potato, dehydrated onions, carrots, watermelon, yellow melon, cucumber, eggplant, cauliflower, strawberry, apple, grapes, olives, peaches, figs, plums, etc. Spices include cumin, coriander, aniseed and blackseed.
The Consulate General of Syria in São Paulo will provide details regarding the amount and time of year at which each item is available for export. Food items must also be checked per the Brazil-Syria food safety agreements.
Agriculture and industry account for roughly 20% each of Syria’s economy, with services answering to 60%, according to numbers from international organizations.
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