Camposol, Hortifrut, Agrovision, Beta and Cerro Prieto are the main exporters of Peruvian blueberries in the current campaign

Fresh Blueberry
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 22, 2024

Tridge summary

Peru's blueberry exports have seen a 24% decrease this season, with a total of 204,975 tons exported between week 24 and week 6. The majority of these exports (96.8%) were transported by sea, which also experienced a 26% decrease. However, air shipments saw a significant increase of 205%, now accounting for 3.2% of total exports. The leading exporter is Camposol, responsible for 16% of shipments, while the top importers include Camposol Fresh, Hortifrut Import, Driscolls, Alpine Fresh, and Nature Avocado Farms.
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( With a decrease of 24% compared to the last campaign, shipments of Peruvian blueberries abroad from week 24 to week 6 of the current season reach 204,975 tons. According to a report from Fresh Cargo Peru, of that total, 96.8% was exported by sea, showing a decrease in this type of shipments of -26%. On the other hand, shipments by air grew by 205% compared to last season and currently represent 3.2% of the total. This has meant the dispatch of 14,067 containers to various markets around the world, to reach an FOB value of US$ 998,260,013 so far. Exporters and importers The report also points out that the main blueberry exporting company in this period is Camposol, which represents 16% of the shipments (with a comparative drop of -21% compared to the last campaign). They are followed by Hortifrut Perú with 11% (-29%), Complejo Agroindustrial Beta with 7% (-32%) and Agrícola Cerro ...
Source: Agraria
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