There's a reason so much more produce seems to come from Chile these days: Chile's mild, sunny climate and geography closely mirror another global agricultural powerhouse — California. And, thanks to its south-of-the-equator location, Chile's seasons are the flip side of its northern hemisphere counterpart, so similar crops are being harvested there just when they are out of season here. Thanks to a 2,600-mile length and two natural barriers to insects and disease (mountains on one side and ...

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