Spain: Spanish Fresh Deciduous Fruit Committed to Sustainability and Smart Farming

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   SP2021-0025

The Spanish deciduous fruit sector is focused on varietal innovation, sustainable production, the circular economy, and smart farming, resulting in a higher productivity with quality products. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Spanish consumers are more concerned about health, so fruit consumption grew exponentially in 2020. The improvements in technology and efforts to open new international markets are especially relevant for Spanish table grapes. According to trade data, to date Brexit has not negatively impacted Spanish deciduous fruit exports to the United Kingdom.

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