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Organic canned tropical fruit industry finding its way in Europe

Europe is the largest market for canned fruit and vegetables in the world, representing more than 42% of the total world imports, the Dutch Centre for the Promotion of Imports (CBI) estimates

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Whereas import volumes of European canned fruit and vegetable types are stable, imports of canned tropical and exotic products are expected to grow moderately, with the natural (organic) and low sugar added value as the key drivers, says the CBI.

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