Nicaraguan Products in Fruit Logistic 2011

Producers managed to sell $ 4.2 million over three days of participation at the fair.

Monday, February 14, 2011


Azucena Castillo, general manager of the Association of Producers and Exporters of Nicaragua (APEN), said the purchase contracts are for okra, watermelon, ginger and dragon fruit.

"He stressed that those 4.2 million are in addition to what is planned to be exported this year (about 2.200 million dollars) and it also opens new markets," reported

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$5 million in Potential Business

March 2012

Six Nicaraguan companies traded coffee, honey, sesame seeds, and cashews with European buyers at the organic products fair Biofach 2012.

The Association of Nicaraguan Producers and Exporters (APEN) and the Export and Investment Center (CEI), reported that six Nicaraguan companies also connected with 80 potential buyers.

Nontraditional Agricultural Exports Expected to Drop 50%

November 2010

The non-traditional agro-export sector of Panama predicts the worst production in 25 years, with a 40% fall in the cultivated area and 50% in volume.

According to the Union of Nontraditional Agro-exporters (Gantrap) in the 2010/11 season, 2,600 hectares of melon, watermelon and pumpkin will be cultivated; 1,500 less than last season.

Bankruptcy of Melon and Watermelon Distributor

September 2012

Panamanian agroexporters could lose $3 million because of the bankruptcy of a Dutch company to whom they sold their production for 2011-2012.

The companies Exportadores de Azuero, Fénix Business and Expo Latinas, up until today have not been able to get paid for the production of nearly 500 acres of melons and watermelons sent to the European market, said Alexis Bravo, president of the Union of Nontraditional Agricultural Exporters (Grantrap).

Exports from Mexico to Central America Increase

May 2011

In 2010 the country's food exports from the north to the isthmus increased by 25%.

Product sales from Mexico to the Central American countries totaled more than $644 million last year, far exceeding the previous year's figures.

This significant increase has led to an improvement in the results of the trade balance, growth from sales in recent years has generated a trade surplus that has reversed the previous downward trend.

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