Webinar: Exporting exotic vegetables to Europe (English edition)

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Exporting exotic vegetables is not much different from exporting other fresh fruit and vegetables. But the details that are different matter a lot and are important for doing business successfully in this market.

This webinar is in English

During this webinar, we will look at the following questions:

  • Which countries offer the most opportunities for exotic vegetables?
  • What are the main channels for exotic vegetables?
  • How can you do business with buyers of exotic vegetables?
  • What are the main requirements for exotic vegetables?
  • How can you best organise your export of exotic vegetables?
  • How can you find buyers of exotic vegetables?


10:00 – 10:10 CEST: Opening remarks and introduction.
10:10 – 10:55 CEST: Presentation by Michel Peperkamp.
10:55 – 11:15 CEST: Questions and answers.


Thomas Vonk will host this webinar. Thomas works for CBI as Programme Manager Market Intelligence for the fresh fruit and vegetables sector.

Michel Peperkamp

Michel Peperkamp from ICI Business will give the main presentation.
Michel has worked as a researcher and export consultant in the fresh food and food ingredient industry for more than 10 years. He has guided trade missions and helped companies looking for new markets in Europe. He has worked as a market researcher for CBI in the fresh fruit and vegetables sector for almost 10 years. International business development is his passion.


More information

For more information, please contact Programme Manager Anne-Marie Roorda via the contact form.

This webinar is part of the Connecting Central America project. With this project, CBI helps SMEs and cooperatives become more competitive on the European market. The European Union co-finances this project. The Secretariat for Economic Integration of Central America coordinates it.

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Event details


Wednesday, September 29, 2021


Webinar: 10:00– 11:15 CEST

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Anne-Marie Roorda

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Webinar recording

29 September 2021