World Blueberry Tour 22/23:

On April 7, the international blueberry industry meets in Monticello, Chile

In the long calendar of the World Blueberry Tour, which will begin in Peru in 2022 and end in South Africa in 2023, the XVIII International Blueberry Seminar is scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 7 at the Monticello Conference Center in Chile, occasion in which the most relevant of the national and international blueberry industry will attend, especially producers, agricultural investors, advisers, suppliers of inputs and services, exporters and receivers of fruit from the most important destinations in the world.

2021 ends and the health crisis is reluctant to withdraw from the world, however, next year is already planned with a lot of push in all areas of human activities. Transport, industrial activity, tourism, and even the world of entertainment are reactivated and little by little they recover their normality, despite the new threats of contagion outbreaks.

In the case of the agrofruticultural industry, which is one of the activities that never stopped in a pandemic, major initiatives are already announced in the perspective of meeting in person and recovering the development dynamics of recent years, with large international meetings in where companies, producers, exporters and importers, investors and all stakeholders meet again to get feedback on new knowledge and research regarding crops, learn about the offer of new technologies to apply to the production process, acquire plant material from higher quality, learn from other management systems, and above all, be part of the new opportunities offered by the markets for fruit in the world.

World Blueberry Tour

This is the case of the World Blueberry Tour, which in 2022 and 2023 will visit the main blueberry producing countries of the world, bringing together the international industry in the different climatic, soil and management realities in which blueberries are produced and consumed in the planet, in its different zones and continents.

The World Blueberry Tour will begin in Peru on Wednesday March 9 and Thursday 10, 2022, rewarding the relevance of that Latin American industry that in the last three years has led the volume of blueberry exports to the main international markets.

Chile world destination

In the long calendar of the World Blueberry Tour, which will begin in Peru in 2022 and end in South Africa in 2023, the XVIII International Blueberry Seminar is scheduled to be held on April 7 at the Monticello Conference Center in Chile, on the occasion of The most relevant of the national and international blueberry industry will attend, especially producers, agricultural investors, advisers, suppliers of inputs and services, exporters and receivers of fruit from the most important destinations in the world.

Organic and frozen

The most important national and international companies and representatives of different segments of the industry's productive chain will attend the International Seminar in Chile, because Chile represents a mature and consolidated industry, with a lot of expertisse in cultivation, with excellence in the post-harvest process, with excellent logistics and complete knowledge regarding the different aspects of the crop.

The Chilean industry knows how to compete and what comes next is to make the right decisions and take action, so the meeting in Chile will focus on commercial strategies, varietal alternatives, organic production, updating in the use of technologies and postharvest, in addition to everything necessary to guarantee a higher quality of the fruit, an essential question to be competitive in the current market standards.

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Martin Carrillo O. - Blueberries Consulting

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