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Colombia to start exporting mandarins to U.S. again

Christian Fernsby ▼ | July 9, 2020
Colombia will start to export mandarins to the United States again with the first shipment of this product to Puerto Rico, which will be shipped by the Frutales Las Lajas company via the Port of Cartagena.
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On July 6, the entire specialized process for handling this type of fruit begin, which includes inspection in a cold room, an 18-day quarantine for the treatment of the Mediterranean fly, and dispatch to the country of destination with all the certificates that this requires.

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If there are no setbacks in the fruit quality inspections, compliance with the regulations, and required documentation, the shipment will be sent to San Juan de Puerto Rico on July 27 through the Sealand shipping line.

The Colombian mandarins are being imported by Frigorífico Nacional, through RL Distributors Corp, both companies from San Juan de Puerto Rico. ■