The Colombian fruit juice and wine industry has enjoyed a boom in recent years.
But the sector is also seeing a growing number of bottlers, who are looking for ways to diversify their product lines.
A Colombian government-sponsored report released this month said that in the past three years, the number of growers has grown by 1,800 percent, while the average size of each producer has grown 40 percent.
The industry is currently growing at a rapid pace, and a new study conducted by the Colombian Institute for Strategic Research (INSA) found that the industry is expected to be worth $3.6 billion by 2025, up from $1.5 billion a year earlier.
The report comes as the government is looking to expand its exports of fruits and vegetables and expand its presence in Latin America.
The Colombian government has set up a special committee of experts to review the country’s agricultural production, the first such body to be set up in the region, according to INSA.
The government also wants to boost the countrys exports of cereals, fruits and nuts, according the report.