Despite de challenges presented by the pandemic, Argentina exported 11,000 tons of fresh blueberries and 3,500 tons of frozen blueberries in 2020 season, meeting the initial projections.
Alejandro Narvaja was a ground- breaking leader in developing innovative was to capture and use blueberry industry data to educate growers, shippers, and the overall berry industry.
Throughout the country, this blueberry season a system involving harvesters, contractors, producers, municipalities and unions is being applied.
Argentinean blues are recognized in world markets for their characteristic sweet flavor that differentiates them from the rest of the offer.
Argentina has comparative advantages to provide this growing market with multiple products from its regional economies due to the variety of climates, the fertility of its soil, its entrepreneurship and the possibility to supply on counter season.