Hortifrut, however, assured that they have productions from other countries to alleviate other risks.
Getting fish liver crepes this season can be more difficult superfoods, the world's largest exporter The impact of the outdoor storm is due to a port strike that lasts for a month.
Some Chilean farmers lost all winter harvest in November, when heavy rain and ice were reached in central Chile, where these fruits grow the most. The magnitude of the losses is not clear, but those who have harvested are now subjected to delays, since the port authorities of Valparaíso accumulate one month's strike.
Work protests occur in the worst possible time in Blueberry fanatics Chilean farmers produce more than 100,000 tonnes per year in December.
Regarding the production of Chilean fruit, Valparaíso's linkers do not intend to return their work until they meet their salary requests.
There are a lot of Chilean harvests Returning to the port of San Antonio, south, but delays are emerging.
"San Antonio is in this moment," said Juan Inostroza, Hortifrut's export department factory, cranberries and main cherry exporters. "But it was a bit of congestion."
After publishing warnings in agricultural agriculture, the bite of November did not affect and sold third-party fruits, among them affected producers, especially VI and VII. In the regions.
The consequences of the port strike mean that "it did not create any effect, because until now all our volumes have been moved, without much trouble, in the port of San Antonio".
"Due to a global platform, we have produced productions from other countries to reduce risks and respond to our worldwide customers," they added.