The first Fruit World Map was printed in 1979. Since then the map can be found in every corner of the world: In executive offices and entrance halls of import and export companies, traders, producers, shippers and even universities – hundreds of Fruit World Maps have been shipped in the last 37 years. While some companies use the map to show their areas of operation, inform clients or train staff others are sending it as a gift to their best customers or partners.
Fruit and Vegetables, exotic fruit and nuts included in the Fruit World Map® by AgroPress in Switzerland.
The swiss design team has updated the map in 2015 with some great new detail. The redesign shows the major global production centers for fresh produce plus exotic fruit like lychee, mangosteen, drago fruit, guava, persimmon and passion fruit. The team has added nuts and dried fruit priduction as well. For the new edition the team has chosen a special fine art paper with a subtle protective coating. The map has the great look and feel of german fine art paper and is well protected against scratches or ‘ambitious cleaning staff’. The map is shippped in a special double tube that guarantees damage-free arrival even in the most remote production areas – it has to: The client list of the Fruit World Map includes people from Afghanistan, Mongolia or Ethiopia. Great players in our business like Chiquita, Del Monte, Syngenta, Maersk, the ports of Rotterdam and Hamburg have ordered the Fruit World Map.
Other fruit and vegetables depicted in the Map include apples and Pears, 5 berry varieties, stone fruit, citrus fruit, exotic fruit, vegetables, nuts. A total of 54 products are shown in over 100 countries.
The updated map is available in a first edition with just more than 40 remaining copies. It will soon be available on http://www.amazon.com/ in the global store with Amazon Payment and fulfilment. The map has received worldwide copyright and trademark protection in 1981.
Here is the direct link to order your copy of the Fruit World Map.