More than 600 exhibitors and attendees are expected at the XXV International Blueberries & Cherries Seminar on April 13

The call is to make the industry transparent and analyze the projections of growth and profitability in its different areas, in addition to advancing in the improvement of the quality of the fruit, renewing varieties and satisfying the requirements of markets and consumers globally.

Truthful and transparent information is the most effective tool for the development of a healthy and competitive industry. The blueberry market has rapidly spread across the planet and business opportunities are increasing for producers, so each sector must make the necessary adjustments to enter this new stage of the industry at a better level.

In the words of Cort Brazelton: “We are entering another era. The era of supply creation is already ending. There are no windows. The opportunity for quality and competitive unit cost is the key now.”

Leading role in the world market

All the knowledge that helps to raise the quality of the fruit and all the information that allows lowering costs, making profitability transparent and increasing competitive qualities, is what Chilean and Latin American producers need to continue being protagonists in the world blueberry market.

The call is to make the industry transparent and analyze the projections of growth and profitability in its different areas, in addition to advancing in the improvement of the quality of the fruit, renewing varieties and satisfying the requirements of markets and consumers globally.

Consumption increases

It is known that the world production of blueberries by 2025 will exceed 3 million tons, but not only that, but it is expected that for the next 5 years, consumption growth will grow over 25% in the United States, 85% in the European region and 130% in China, which makes the blueberry export industry not only an activity with good projections, but also a fully sustainable one.

blueberries and cherries

These are the challenges that will be faced in the XXV International Seminar on Blueberries & Cherries what will be done this April 13 at the Monticello Events Center and that will be addressed by about twenty specialists and researchers, headed by Manuel José Alcaíno, who will analyze the challenges of the blueberry and cherry industry, because the latter is invited to analyze its production and market.

In the specific case of blueberries, Juan Pablo Bentín will speak about the surprising Peruvian reality and the profitability of the industry, as well as various agronomic issues regarding the crop that will be discussed by specialists.

international rapporteurs

Zoffoli, Defilippi, Takeda, Hirzel, Corbetto, Santibáñez, Escalona, ​​Pinto, Masman, Albornoz, Walker, Saavedra, Uquillas, Zúñiga, Ayach, Rodríguez, are names linked to the industry for years and enjoy great prestige, because their analyzes are They rely on accurate data and their research is linked to important academic institutions or specialized research centers.

More than 600 exhibitors and attendees are expected in the XXV International Blueberry Consulting Seminar this April 13 and to participate in the meeting as sponsors request information about stands and sponsorships available at +56 9 3469 3871 or write to contacto@blueberriesconsulting.com  Here

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