List of members
Diversity and exchange – key strengths of our membership!
SHAFFE is a membership driven organisation. Only with the input of the leading presidency and the members, SHAFFE will become a active, agile and influential body in the global fruit trade environment. The organisations benefits from a broad range of diverse organisational, commodity and cultural structures, which do create value beyond national borders.
Argentina exported in 2018 round about 806.000 T of temperate fruit with a market value of $861 mio. USD. Next to key exports to its neighbor Brazil with a market value of $160 mio. USD, Argentina exports in particular to the U.S. with a market value $132 mio. USD and to Russia with a market value of $123 mio. USD. Key trading partner for the time being is the EU-28 with an exported market value of $337 mio. USD and export volume of 313.000 T. Key exports of Argentina comprise apple and pears, lemons and with growing importance berries.
Camara Argentina De Fruticultores Integrados (Cafi)
Mr. Marcelo Loyarte
Irigoyen 717. Flat 1.
8324 Rio Negro
Tel + 54 299 477 39 28
Fax + 54 299 477 39 30
Mr. Jorge Amigo
Lavalle 3161 – P.B. “C”
1190AAI Buenos Aires
Tel + 54 11 4865 03 84
Fax + 54 11 4865 03 84
Argentinian Blueberry Committee
Ms. Carla Ginobili
Juramento 2059, 7 mo of. 706
C1428DNG Buenos Aires
In 2018 Australia exported 385.000 T of fresh fruit with a market value of $772 mio. USD. Given it’s location Australia’s exports focus in particular on the Asian markets with exports to China worth $265 mio USD, Hong Kong with a market value o $83 mio. USD and Japan with $77 mio. USD of exports. Australia’s fruit exports have been growing by an average rate of 9.5% in the past 5 years. Exports are dominated by grapes, oranges and cherries.
Brazil has exported in 2018 more than 508.000 T of temperate fruit with a market value of $428 mio. USD. Main trading partners is the EU-28 with roughly $372 mio.USD of export value, followed by texports to Bangladesh worth $13 mio USD and the US and Russia, both with a market value of $9 mio. USD. Key export commodities are melons, apple, lemon and grapes.
Abrafrutas – Associação Brasileira dos Produtores Exportadores de Frutas e Derivados
Mr. Jorge de Souza
National Confederation of Agriculture of Brazil
St. de Grandes Áreas Norte – North Wing,
Brasília – Distrito Federal do Brasil, 70830-903
Chile is a heavy weight among the Southern Hemisphere exporters with a total current export of roughly 2.7 mio. T and $5 billion USD market value. Among the highly diversified outlets of Chile, China with a market value of roughly $1.38 billionUSD followed by the U.S with a a marekt value of $ 1.34 billion USD are the leading single countries in Chile`s export ranking. The EU-28 amounts round about $950 million USD of Chile’s export value. Chilean fruit exports have grown on an 5-year average pace of roughly 5%. The leading commodities are grapes and cherries followed by berries, apples and avocados.
New Zealand has been exporting roughly 943.000 T with a total value of $2.2 billion USD with key outlets in Europe worth $425 mio. USD, China with a market value of $417 mio. USD and Japan with $360 mio. USD. New Zealand has been growing an average of 11.75 % in the past 5 years. New Zealands exports are dominated by kiwi and apples.
Peru is a kickstarter among the Southern Hemisphere exporters and has been growing at an average pace of 17.5% with no phasing out in sight yet. In 2018, Peru’s exports amounted around 844.000 T worth more than $2.12 billion USD. Key outlets are currently EU-28 with a market value of roughly $931 million USD, the U.S. with a market value of $744 million USD and with a high growth rate exports to China, currently worth $102 million USD. Growth driving commidities are Avocadoes, Grapes and Berries.
Uruguay is with regard to geographical size, population and production, the smallest country among the SHAFFE membership. Uruguay is currently exporting roughly 63 mio. T with a market value of $48 mio. USD. It is currently focusing on the EU-28 market, which describes roughly 50% of Uruguays exports with a market value of $26 mio. USD, followed by the U.S market with $10 mio. USD. Uruguay’s key export commodities are various citrus varieties and with growing trend: berries.