Latin American food products
Our projects are aimed to improve the value chain by providing market intelligence and strategic support. We specialize in Latin American grains, seeds and exotic fruit, such as quinoa, chia and physalis. We help companies to sell but also to buy. And if needed we can address our European network of technology providers in order to implement innovative solutions in cultivation, processing or packaging.
- What does it take to organize a reliable supply?
- How can suppliers comply with the increasing food safety requirements?
- What does it take to get your product on the European market?
- How can producers and buyers differentiate themselves and gain a competitive advantage?
Agricultural innovation & technology providers
While the demand for high quality food products is constantly increasing, Latin America is well positioned to take a leading role as a global supplier of natural resources. The region covers a large amount of arable land in different climate zones, perfectly suitable for the production of cereals, oilseeds, meat, fruit and vegetables. Both production and export are diversifying, but in order to reach its full potential it has to face a series of challenges in efficiency, sustainability, infrastructure and crop management.
New technologies will become more and more important to secure the competitive position of Latin American agriculture and contribute to global food security. Our company works with extensive networks in Latin America and we are well equipped to link technology suppliers with local counterparts. We work in different levels throughout the production chain, from seed breeding and fertilizers to high tech horticultural equipment, storage technology, quality control systems and processing technology for food, feed or biomass.
More information about Agri-food?
The European Commission is responsible for the implementation of legal requirements in food safety and quality within the EU and in third countries in relation to their exports to the EU.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has a statistical system that cover the areas of agriculture, forestry and fisheries, land and water resources and use, climate, environment, population, gender, nutrition, poverty, rural development, education and health as well as many others.
CBI contributes to a sustainable strengthening of the competitive capacity of SME exporters and producers in developing countries, focusing primarily on European markets. It is also a great source for market information.
The Inter-American Development Bank provides loans, grants, technical assistance and research for the development of Latin America and the Caribbean. Their macro economic indicators can be helpful for understanding Latin American markets.