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Chile’s passes peak of blueberry export season

- International
According to information from the Chilean Blueberry Committee (ASOEX), exports decreased during week 5 reaching 5,996 tons, marking the end of Chile’s peak weeks.

Chilean fruit losses triple after heavy rains

- International
Two weeks after heavy rains, the president of Fedefruta, Jorge Valenzuela, says that in some regions there is no fruit being harvested or packed due to the advanced rotting and fungal disease, all while in full season, leading to massive losses for producers.

Heavy rains damage Chilean fruit

- General News
Seasonal Chilean fruit crops such as blueberries, table grapes, and stone fruit are reporting serious damages due to intense rains in the central ad southern areas of the country, and in some cases hail, as reported by ASOEX.

Southern hemisphere expects another citrus record export year in 2021

- General News
Southern hemisphere citrus growers plan to follow up 2020 record demand with another record export crop in 2021.

Chilean table grape exports to grow by 12.5%

- International
Chilean grape exports should rebound from last season.

Chilean cherries projected for record season

- General News
The Chilean cherry season is in full swing, with promotions ongoing throughout January and into early February.

Chilean cherry forecast puts exports even higher

- International
In its second estimate, the Cherry Committee of the Chilean Fresh Fruit Exporters Association (ASOEX) projects greater growth compared to its first estimate (310,352 tons) on Nov. 9.

Chile projects 36% cherry export growth this season

- International
The Chilean Cherry Export Committee within Chilean Fresh Fruit Exporters Association (ASOEX) Santiago, forecasts a record season for 2020-21.

Chile sees easy peel citrus exports rise as oranges fall

- International
Exports of easy peel citrus varieties continue to grow from Chile, as oranges fall out of favor.

Chilean fruit exports fall 5% in 2020

- International
A government report from Chile found that fruit exports dropped 5 percent in volume and 10 percent in value in 2020, and the declines were even steeper for grapes.