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Commodity trading is a risky business and one of the biggest risks is quality. Exporters and importers have to consider the quality standards of the country crops are produced in as well as those of the target market. The crucial factor here is compliance with maximum residue levels (MRLs), if produce exceeds a target market‘s MRL, it is unsellable in that country. In the case of perishable fruit and vegetables, this effectively means a total loss of the crop. But within food chain partnership, Bayer CropScience applies its country-specific expertise on varying MRLs and import tolerance levels to help ensure quality standards are met. High-quality crops minimise the risk of default and ensure good margins for the exporter or importer. If crops arc traceable, quality is controllable. And trading in fruit or vegetables becomes a profitable business.