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Ambassador of Uzbekistan discusses issues of promoting the export of domestic lemons to the Benelux countries

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Ambassador of Uzbekistan discusses issues of promoting the export of domestic lemons to the Benelux countries

The Ambassador of Uzbekistan to the Benelux countries, Dilyor Khakimov, has met with the Director of the Valley Fruits in Namangan region, Zukhriddin Khoshimov.

The parties discussed issues of finding buyers for Uzbekistan products in foreign markets, promoting an increase in exports and the participation of local companies in foreign exhibitions.

Valley Fruits was established in 2017 in Namangan region for drying, processing and exporting fruits and vegetables.

The company has an international certificate Global Gap for the export of products. This certificate allows Valley Fruits to export its products to European Union markets.

The company unites farms and agrarians of the region on a cooperative basis and exports the lemon products to foreign markets.

To date, 250 tons of products have been collected from 81 farms and tenants of Norin district. It is planned to export the lemons to Germany, Switzerland and other European countries.

The parties exchanged views on the possibility of exporting products grown by Valley Fruits Cooperative based on the European standards to the Benelux countries.

Following the meeting, an agreement was reached on sending samples of Valley Fruits Cooperative products to foreign entrepreneurs in the Benelux countries, as well as facilitating the company’s participation in foreign exhibitions throughout the year.

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