It will be used for the control of the disease Botrytis cinerea, a destructive fungal pathogen affecting many plant species.
This latest label extension adds strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, kiwi, aubergines and peppers to the label, with product applications being permitted close to the point of harvest.
The Atlantic Ocean heavily influences the climate in Portugal, making large areas mild and moist for much of the year, which is beneficial for crops but also favours the development of fungal pathogens.
The country is in the top ten kiwi producers in the world and over 14,000 tonnes of strawberries are exported from Portugal on an annual basis.
The sustainable pesticides firm said that the use of Araw gives growers flexibility as it is free from residues, while it avoids product rejections by wholesalers and food retailers that can result from higher-than-allowed pesticide residue levels.
Eden's biofungicide product, which is known as Mevalone in much of Europe, is sold exclusively in Spain and Portugal by Eden's commercial partner, Sipcam Iberia and Portugal under the name Araw.
Sipcam has extensive experience with Araw and has recently supported significant label extensions in Spain.
Following approval, Sipcam will be able to expand the market for Araw across thousands of hectares of new high value crops.