Delays at ports hit superfood exports

19 July 2020 - 00:06 By JANE STEINACKER

The increasing global demand for superfoods is an opportunity for South African producers of blueberries, avocados and macadamia nuts, but congestion at SA's ports due to Covid-19 is putting local producers at a disadvantage to foreign competitors.

SA produces and exports superfoods such as berries and nuts, which are increasingly popular, especially among wealthy consumers, because of their exceptional nutrient density...

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