According to data from the International Seed Federation (ISF), Chile is among the top ten exporters of seeds in According to data from the International Seed Federation (ISF), Chile is among the top ten exporters of seeds in the world and the largest exporter in the southern hemisphere as of 2018. Its business model is focused on seed multiplication services to companies worldwide. The counterseasonality plays an important role for the production of corn, carrots, watermelon, pepper, broccoli, cauliflower, and other seeds. The main destinations for these shipments are currently the United States, the Netherlands, Japan and France, as well as countries in Asia and Oceania. This activity is lead by the Association of Seed Producers (ANPROS), an organisation that has been in existence for more than 60 years and has 73 members, representing more than 90% of the Chilean seed industry. The organisation strongly encourages sustainable practices among its partners, as well as maintaining their relationship with surrounding communities.