Gruventa pursuing to consolidate as exporter to the United States

The producer and exporter of fruits and vegetables Gruventa met in Cartagena, together with a delegation of entrepreneurs, with the U.S. ambassador in Spain, James Costos, as well as with the mayor of this town, at the city's Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation.

As explained by the CEO of Gruventa, Fermín Sánchez Navarro, "it has been a very fruitful and constructive meeting, as it has been an institutional journey similar to those done before to other regions since he took office."

Furthermore, the head of Gruventa also pointed out that "the meeting was very interesting, because it will certainly allow us to strengthen and consolidate our presence in the U.S. market, of great interest to the Spanish fruit and vegetable sector."

"At Gruventa, we understand that we must commit ourselves to the development of new export markets, and the U.S. is a priority in every way; that is why this meeting has been very positive and we hope to have more so that we can establish ourselves better in the U.S. market," pointed out Fermín Sánchez.

Gruventa's sales volume currently stands at 35,000 tonnes of fruit and vegetables, which are distributed in more than 50 countries worldwide through a dozen large retail chains.

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