Regions in Chile
Chile is the second longest country in the world, stretching for over 4,300km (about 2,600 miles). This facilitates the supply of many fruits for a longer period of time, with harvesting beginning in the north and continuing southward. From the world’s driest desert in the north, to the Patagonia ice fields in the south, Chile hosts a variety of different climates. With its long history of growing fruit and its blessed geographical conditions, Chile is recognized as one of the world’s leading suppliers of fresh fruit.