ARGENTINA: 60% increase in exports of organic goods
Argentina's national food and animal health inspection service has reported a 60% increase in the country's organic goods exports. 80% of the 48,252 tonnes of organic goods exported last year went to countries in the European Union. Organic grains and oilseed exports increased by 56% from the previous year to 23,515 tonnes, and fresh fruit exports increased by 48% to 14,938 tonnes. Other organic goods being exported from Argentina include processed goods, aromatic herbs, wine, sugar and honey. The country exports around 90% of its organic produce, mainly to the EU and the US.
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