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Most of the stories from this blog can also be found on Fresh Fruit Portal and Portal Fruticola in their dedicated sections:

  -  In Charts

  -  En Gráficos

Sometimes, however, information about us, or our charts pop up in other articles, or other pages. Bellow are the stories that we know about. If you know of a story that is not covered here, please send us an email, so that we can add it to the list.

January 2020
Blueberries in Charts: Opportunities and challenges for the U.S. in China
https://www.internationalblueberry.org


November 2019
US importer expects increase in Mexican avocados this winter
https://www.freightwaves.com

US Importer Expects Increase In Mexican Avocados This Winter
https://finance.yahoo.com

US Importer Expects Increase In Mexican Avocados This Winter
https://www.benzinga.com

US importer expects increase in Mexican avocados this winter
https://voiceofthehwy.news

图表中的奇异果:本季节智利创五年来最高价格
https://www.chinafruitportal.com


October 2019
Blueberries in Charts: A look at Chile’s export forecast in turbulent waters
https://www.internationalblueberry.org

Arándanos en Gráficos: Una mirada al pronóstico de exportación de Chile en aguas turbulentas
https://comitedearandanos.cl

Aguacates en gráficos: ¿qué podemos esperar del mercado durante el resto de 2019?
https://lavozdelcampo.com.mx

Avocados in Charts: What can we expect from the market during the rest of 2019?
https://cnaeelinsider24.com


September 2019
Peras en gráficos. CEO de peras de EE.UU se refirió a factores claves
http://www.cafi.org.ar


August 2019
Arándanos en Gráficos: Precios altos vienen en camino
https://comitedearandanos.cl


July 2019
Get Premium Results From Grapes
https://www.producebusiness.com

Calavo: Not So Ripe, Anymore
https://seekingalpha.com

HORTIFRUT Capital Increase Roadshow
https://www.credicorpcapital.cl
https://www.internationalblueberry.org

https://www.internationalblueberry.org

Arándanos en Gráficos: Mayores volúmenes en los mercados derivan en bajas a precios
https://comitedearandanos.cl


June 2019
Oportunidades en la industria de arándanos
https://perutradeoffice.us

Blueberries in Charts: Finding opportunities in the gaps
https://www.internationalblueberry.org

Arándanos en Gráficos: Encontrando oportunidades en las ventanas ...
https://comitedearandanos.cl

Naranjas en gráficos: Florida que cae y Chile que sube
http://elagro.radioagricultura.cl

Arándanos en Gráficos: Encontrando oportunidades en las ventanas
https://www.internationalblueberry.org


May 2019
Berries – AgTech América
http://agtechamerica.com/

Arándanos en Gráficos: México con los envíos más altos de su historia ...
http://www.internationalblueberry.org

Study of good practices in the horticulture sector for export
https://www.ethicaltrade.org


April 2019
El precio de los arándanos llega a su temporada más volátil
http://agtechamerica.com/


January 2019
Del Tomate al Arándano Azul
https://pulsoslp.com.mx

Empresas chilenas: El triunfo de la innovación “Made in Chile”
http://www.redagricola.com


November 2018
Blueberries en gráficos
https://ushbc.com.br

October 2018
Blueberries in Charts: With prices at their highest so far this year, will they continue to rise?
https://www.internationalblueberry.org

Mango World News
https://litchisa.co.za


Older
AGRONOMETRICS OFRECE DATOS ESTANDARIZADOS DE PRECIO Y VOLUMEN
http://agtech.cl

Limones en gráficos: Crecimiento masivo de importaciones y aumentos de los precios en el mercado estadounidense
http://www.federcitrus.org/

6° SEMINARIO INTERNACIONAL 2017
https://www.blueberriesconsulting.com

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