SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE ASSOCIATION OF FRESH FRUIT EXPORTERS (SHAFFE)
25% of the total fresh fruit global supply comes from the Southern Hemisphere
11 million tons of fresh fruit per year
US$14 billion of fresh fruit per year
SHAFFE – The Southern Hemisphere Association of Fresh Fruit Exporters
Fresh fruit trade from the Southern Hemisphere represents 11 million tons of fresh fruit exports, an annual trade value of more than US$14 billion and 25% of global fresh fruit supply.
SHAFFE – The Southern Hemisphere Association of Fresh Fruit Exporters was founded in 1991, and is currently composed of the leading trade associations in the produce sector from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, New Zealand, Peru, South Africa and Uruguay. At the heart of the organizations daily work is connecting people from the fresh fruit trade and sharing timely and relevant knowledge affecting the produce industry.
SHAFFE – The network for Southern Hemisphere fruit exporters
SHAFFE – The Southern Hemisphere Association of Fresh Fruit Exporters represents leading trade entities in the region including:
- Argentina (Argentine Chamber of Integrated Fruit Growers-CAFI, Fedecitrus, Argentinian Blueberry Committee)
- Australia (Horticulture Innovation Australia)
- Brazil (Abrafrutas – Brazilian Association of Exporting Producers of Fruits and Derivatives)
- Chile (Chilean Fruit Exporters Association (ASOEX)
- New Zealand (New Zealand Apple and Pears)
- Peru (ProCitrus)
- Uruguay (Upefruy -The Union of Fruit Producers and Exporters of Uruguay)
- South Africa (Fruit South Africa, SATI, CGA, Hortgro, Subtrop, FPEF).