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Founder and owner of Cultissima has been working to bring the Gulf region to the attention of the Dutch fruit and vegetable trade for a number of years now. "There is a huge demand for qualitatively high value products there"
At the start of September the Ministry of Economics is organising a trade mission to the Gulf states. A visit to Riyad, the capital of Saudi Arabia, is planned for the 7th of September. Three days later, on the 10th of September, Abu Dhabi and Dubai will be visited. There are also plans to visit Muscat, Oman during this trip. "The demand there is growing too. I see a lot of possibilities in the entire Gulf region: Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain as countries with a high spending level and a growing demand for quality products."
1) Greenhouse vegetables: Tomatoes, Eggplant, Cucumbers, Capsicum, Chillies, (yellow) Courgettes 2) Open field vegetables: Cauliflower, Pointed Cabbage, Broccoli, cabbage China, Fennel, Onion, Radish, Carrot 3) Other vegetables: Mooly, Ginger, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Corn, Beetroots 4) Soft fruit: Strawberries 5) Apples and pears: Apples, Pears 6) Stone Fruit: Plums, Apricots, Cherries, Nectarines, Flat Nectarines, Paraguayos, Peaches 7) Grapes: Grapes 8) Other fruit: Kiw 9) Melons: Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Galia melons, honey dew melons Yellow, Piel de Sapo, Pumpkin 10) Citrus: Lemon, Mandarines, Oranges, Grapefruit, Pomelo 11) Exotics: Dates, Figs, Lychees, Mangoes, Limes, Pomegranate, Persimmon fruit, Coconuts, Avocado, Pineapple
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