Learn about some of the issues produce importers and exporters face.
The global fresh produce market was worth USD 246 billion in 2017, a figure that is expected to almost double by 2030. With the increasing competition, product quality remains paramount for companies that wish to survive and succeed. Despite advances in logistics, storage, and packaging solutions, it can be challenging to ensure optimal quality at every stage from farm to consumer.
Blueberries in particular are a very sensitive product, being highly perishable and often purchased on impulse. Consumers usually make their purchasing decision based solely on the fruit’s appearance.
Last year, we inspected more than 100 million boxes of produce worldwide.
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