Agroindustry: International Fair in Guatemala

From March 21st to 23rd in Antigua, Guatemala, more than 150 international buyers will participate in business rounds with agricultural producers in the region.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

From the Agexport press release:

The AGRITRADE Platform of AGEXPORT invites Guatemalan companies of vegetables, fruits, differentiated products, ornamental plants, flowers and foliage, logistics, inputs and agro-industry to promote their exportable offer in the 19th. Edition of AGRITRADE Expo & Conference 2019, which is being designed as the international business fair specialized in fresh, frozen and ready to eat products.

A new Guatemalan agricultural supply that will include blueberries, blackberries, cherries, raspberries and frozen products, as well as avocado, distinctive coffee, lemon, mini vegetables, zucchinis, French peas, sweet peas, ornamental plants, are preparing Guatemalan producers and businessmen for the 19th. Edition of AGRITRADE Expo & Conference, thus surpassing exports of non-traditional agricultural products, which were estimated to close in 2018 at US$1,128.3 million.

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