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Agro-exports of Peru grow by 19% and add up to US $ 5.984 million as of September

Agroexportaciones crecen 19% y suman US$ 5,984 millones a setiembre
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Nov 17, 2021
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Despite the impacts of covid-19, agro-exports continue their upward race. In the first nine months of the year (January-September), agricultural exports totaled 5.984 million dollars, 19% higher than the same period in 2020, according to the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri). Only non-traditional agro-exports during that period totaled 5.59 billion dollars, a figure 21% higher than that observed in the same period of 2020. The main products of the agro-export ranking were: fresh avocado US $ 1,088 million (19% of non-traditional agro-exports), blueberries US $ 605 million (11%), fresh grapes US $ 470 million (8.4%), and fresh asparagus US $ 273 million (4.9%). Also highlighted were the higher sales of fresh mango US $ 226 million (4%), other citrus fruits US $ 169 million (3%), preparations used to feed animals US $ 140 million (2.5%), bananas including fresh cavendish Valery bananas US $ 113 million (2%), frozen mango US $ 109 million (1.9%), other cocoa beans US $ 99 million (1.8%), other fruits US $ 81 million (1.4 %) and the other quinoa US $ 76 million (1.4%).
Despite the impacts of covid-19, agro-exports continue their upward race. In the first nine months of the year (January-September), agricultural exports totaled 5.984 million dollars, 19% higher than the same period in 2020, according to the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri). Only non-traditional agricultural exports during that period totaled 5.59 billion dollars, a figure 21% higher than that observed in the same period of 2020. The main products in the agro-export ranking were: fresh avocado US $ 1,088 million (19% of non-traditional agro-exports), blueberries US $ 605 million (11%), fresh grape US $ 470 million (8.4%) and fresh asparagus US $ 273 million (4.9%). Also highlighted were the higher sales of fresh mango US $ 226 million (4%), other citrus fruits US $ 169 million (3%), preparations used to feed animals US $ 140 million (2.5%), bananas including fresh cavendish valery bananas US $ 113 million (2%), frozen mango US $ 109 million (1.9%), other ...
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