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Ongoing leadership
Sophisticated talent
Entrepreneural Enviroment
A Latin American hub


Our climate diversity paired with the talent of our professionals allows us to produce healthy foods and ingredients that are recognized for their quality and competitive costs the world over. By producing in Chile you are part of a privileged network that can access 64% of the world market consumers.

Diversity. We have diverse climates and can count on highly fertile land. We are one of five macro zones in the world that has Mediterranean-like climate.

This is strengthened by maintaining zoosanitary and phytosanitary safety, thanks to geographic barriers and strict border controls. We have established on-going leadership when it comes to the exporting agricultural products, we are a large supplier to the northern hemisphere due to our counter-season production.

Competence. Our consolidated industry approach has allowed us to establish an international reputation. We have strong private-public collaboration for the development of high quality food.

Our outlook gears towards sustainable agriculture and encouraging high levels of technical specialization. We strongly believe that our advances in technology, biotechnology and research are key in supporting this effort.

Networks. We have a robust commercial network supported by 27 trade agreements in 64 markets. This means that by operating from Chile you can reach 86.3% of global GDP with privileged tariff conditions.

Our country is one of the 15 largest exporters in the agricultural world and has positioned over 50 products in all the markets in which it participates.

We are world leaders in exporting blueberries, cherries, grapes, prunes, dehydrated apples, salmon and mussels. Keep in mind that we are also amongst the first places in any ranking regarding the export of wine, raspberries and inulin.

Your local contact

Cristián Sagal

Investment Promotion Executive



Chile is a mature market for the production and export of:

  • Functional ingredients and sophisticated foods. They have quickly positioned themselves in the markets and with consumers. This has developed needs in the optimization of productive processes.
  • Bioproducts and their forerunners, nutraceuticals used in agriculture, generated from algae and residues produced by the Food Industry (fishery / aquaculture).
  • There are also incentives for the arrival and set up of RD&I centres for added value in the food industry.



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