Chile is among the top twenty global producers of fruits and vegetables today and Chilean agriculture is among the most productive of the region. The sector has developed a specialized portfolio of low volume and high value-added products, such as arugula, watercress, kalem brussel cabbage, and cherry tomatoes, among others. These products are part of the widely accepted IV range, which includes fresh, clean, chopped, and packaged vegetables for direct consumption. Additionally, Chile exports a wide range of vegetables to over 20 markets, including: onions, garlic, carrots, artichokes, squash, and asparagus. Vegetable cultivation occurs in almost all regions of the country and is of great importance. Almost 65% of all agricultural areas are less than five hectares individually.