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EastFruit is an information and analytics platform for the growth of the horticulture business.

Increasing the income of producers through more efficient production, storage, processing and marketing of fruits and vegetables is the main task of the EastFruit platform. This project is a center of accumulation of knowledge and experience for all participants of the fruit and vegetable market in Central Asia, the Caucasus and Eastern Europe.

EastFruit is your personal marketing department, working around the clock and seven days a week!

Prices for fruits and vegetables in different countries of the region, market drivers analysis and forecasts, fruit and vegetable sector news, fundamental market studies, retail audit, online consultations, success stories, as well as participation in trade forums, specialized seminars and conferences for agricultural entrepreneurs, technology specialists, marketers and managers are covered on our portal.

For whom EastFruit can be useful

For producers of fruits and vegetables, small and medium-sized farmers, producers of fruit and vegetable juices, fruit concentrates and pastas, canned fruit and vegetable products, dried fruits, producers of frozen berries and vegetables, exporters, importers, retail chains, suppliers of seedlings, seeds, inputs, technology and equipment, services as well as for industry associations, government organizations. That is, in fact, for all participants in the fruit and vegetable business.

The use of the EastFruit information and analytics platform enables fruit and vegetable market participants to share knowledge and experience through a system of blogs and comments, as well as to expand business contacts through participation in the events organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with the support the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

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The project is supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and EU4Business initiative, but publications on this site are not official materials of these organizations, unless otherwise stated in the text, and do not necessarily reflect their position.