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Agricultural companies in colombia

Agricultural companies in Colombia have progressed and innovated over the last years. Colombia is a country that has much to offer in the agricultural sector. Because of its tropical location, its diverse climate, and topography, its arable land produces high-quality agricultural products that are preferred and consumed around the globe.
The country is famous for its Coffee, as it is the 3rd largest producer in the world. Around 20% of Colombia’s arable land is dedicated to coffee production, employing around a quarter of the agricultural workforce.
It is also famous for its exotic and colorful cut flowers. It has long been the second-largest cut flower exporter in the world. Colombian flowers such as orchids, carnations, and anthurium are mostly demanded and exported, however, roses are everyone’s favorite both locally and internationally.
Among other agricultural products are fruits, sugarcane, palm oil, and wood. They are all in a rising demand for international export. Fruits such as bananas, pineapple, mango, and avocados have turned out to be some of the locally produced exquisite delights.
Agriculture represents a principal source of income for the country. According to the MADR (Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo rural), the agri-food sector accounts for over 20% of national employment. In 2017 the export of foodstuffs from Colombia reached $7.3 billion, accounting for 49% of non-traditional exports and reaching over 164 different markets.
The agribusiness in Colombia has gained well-built international recognition. Sustainable agriculture is in constant development as Colombia’s role as a global food supplier continues to grow, giving opportunities for farmers and agricultural companies to specialize in producing excellent products.
Although technology has made the process easier through agricultural machinery, Colombian agriculturists find pleasure in the art of farming. They are well known for organic and sustainable farming, as many of them like to keep the tradition from the original indigenous farmers.


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