Chile's fruit supply has returned to normal following last week's earthquake.

Damaged equipment at the country's leading ports of Valparaiso and San Antonio was quickly repaired, with perishable products also being handled from the port of Coquimbo, said export association Asoex.

The majority of electricity has been restored to orchards and packing facilities, with backup generators keeping fruit safe in cold stores. "Our message today is that our industry is up and running," said chairman Ronald Bown.