The OECD Fruit and Vegetables Scheme promotes international trade through the harmonisation of implementation and interpretation of marketing standards.

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Brazil joins the OECD Fruits and Vegetables Scheme

A member since 23 February 2018, Brazil is the world’s third largest producer of fruit after the People’s Republic of China and India, producing more than 300 species, including acerola, pineapple, guava, cashew, apple, bacuri and guariroba.


German translations for the International Standards for Fruit and Vegetables brochures on ApplesChicory, MangoesPears, Plums, and Table Grapes are now available.

The OECD and trade in fruit and vegetables

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