Chile has been going through a drought in the walnut production zone for quite some time. The 2020 harvest (March/April) was strongly affected by the lack of rain in the winter of 2019 and its subsequent low accumulation of snow.
Chile’s 2020 harvest will be 7% to 10% lower than 2019’s, according to reports from Chilenut.
On November 17, 18 and 19, 2020, Quelen Fruits will participate as an exhibitor at the online congress organized by the International Nut & Dried Fruits Council.
On November 25, 2020, as part of their annual Exponut congress, Chilenut will be holding a business roundtable that will include the participation of Quelen.
Despite a slow start to the season due to the uncertainty caused by COVID, shipments and sales commitments amounted to good numbers in October.