After 20 years of work the Systems Approach has been authorized by the technical organizations of both the U.S. and Chile, it now awaits publication in the Federal Register by the USDA.
Provid’s General Manager Alejandro Cabrera tells FreshFruitPortal.com that the decrease is mostly due to weather phenomena.
For the upcoming 2023-24 term, the U.S. is projected to take 56% of overall shipments, with Asia and Europe following with a 19% and 16% share, respectively.
We spoke with Andrés Rodríguez, agricultural attaché of the Chilean embassy in the U.S. about negotiations on the approval of the Systems Approach for Chilean table grapes, which has once again been held up for political reasons.
"We knew we wanted to be in the berry space in a meaningful way, and when the opportunity presented itself to be able to put both of these companies together, that for us was like a perfect scenario and almost like a unicorn event," says Krause.
FreshFruitPortal.com spoke with the general manager of Provid, Alejandro Cabrera, who says that, just like other crops, table grapes have been affected by weather conditions.
The loss of 25 million boxes was felt by international importers, especially by some Asian clients experiencing lower volume and difficulty guaranteeing the quality of the fruit arriving at port. However, there are exceptions.
Fruit World’s grape program features different varieties and runs from late July through October.
After a high-priced early Jalisco deal, Mexico’s traditional Sonoran production was delayed and otherwise set back by unseasonably chilly temperatures.
Sun World launched the all-new Ruby Rush brand red seedless grapes, an ideal replacement for traditional early-season red seedless grapes like Flame Seedless and other red varieties throughout the season.