The Fresh Produce Exporters’ Forum (FPEF) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation with more than 150 members, accounting for about 90% of fresh fruit exported from South Africa. The FPEF is also a member of Fruit South Africa, together with the country’s main growers’ associations. This position strengthens the FPEF’s role of providing leadership and services to its members, the international buying community and the fresh produce export industry as a whole.
About the FPEF
FPEF membership is voluntary for any company that exports fresh produce from South Africa. Members receive many direct and indirect benefits. Please click on the link below to learn more:
South Africa is located at the southernmost tip of Africa. With a population of more than 60 million people of varying cultures, origins and languages; it is a country rich in opportunity. South Africa is surrounded by almost 3000 kilometres of coastline and bordered in the north by Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique and Namibia.
Prominent harbours for South African fresh produce exports include the port of Cape Town, the port of Durban, the port of Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) and the neighbouring port of Ngqura – also known as Coega.
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Market access & trade
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