On-the-Ground Updates

Peruvian Fresh Fig’s Second Harvest Delayed Due to Warm Winter

Fresh Fig
Market & Price Trends
Jose Torres
Published Jan 25, 2024
The Peruvian fresh figs season typically consists of two harvest periods: the first from early November to late December and the second from late January to late March. However, this year, the anticipated second harvest is expected to be delayed, with a commencement in early Mar-24. This delay is due to weather conditions, specifically, the lack of colder temperatures during the previous winter, impacting the usual timing of the fig harvest.
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