Chile’s trucker strike is affecting exports of salmon, fruit, meat and wine

A strike by Chilean truckers is hitting exports of salmon, fruit, meat and wine from the South American food producer to the United States, Europe and Asia, according to trade groups. The week-long standoff has created port backlogs, raising the risk of food price spikes and fuel shortages in some regions. A port official said almost no export shipments were leaving as scheduled.

Source: Devdiscourse