Peru: Currently it is seen that the conditions are quite favorable for mango flowering in the 2024/2025 campaign

Published Jun 21, 2024

Tridge summary

In the 2023/2024 campaign, Peru experienced a significant decrease of 68.34% in fresh mango exports, totaling 80,050 tons, with the Netherlands, the United States, and Spain being the main importers. The majority of the exports were shipped by sea, with a minor portion by air and land. The country also saw a 72.72% decrease in frozen mango exports, with the United States as the top importer. The exact production volume for the 2024/2025 mango campaign is not yet known, but early temperatures suggest conditions similar to those in 2021 and 2022, which could potentially lead to favorable flowering and operation conditions.
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Original content

(Agraria.pe) In the 2023/2024 campaign, Peru exported 80,050 tons of fresh mango, which represented a drop of -68.34% compared to what was reported in the 2022/2023 campaign. This was reported by the president of the Peruvian Association of Mango Producers and Exporters (APEM), Iván Vílchez, who recalled that during the International Mango Congress, which he represented in November last year, a 70% drop in volume for the 2023/2024 campaign. “The reduction was very close to what APEM projected. The 2023/2024 mango campaign was different, a condition like the one we had was never recorded,” he stated. He explained that of the 80,050 tons exported, 64,742 tons were shipped by sea, 13,536 tons were sent by air, and 1,770 tons were sent by land. The main destinations for fresh mango from Peru in the 2023/2024 campaign were: the Netherlands with 20,800 tons (34% of the total); United States, 23,600 tons (30% of the total); Spain, 6,700 tons (8% of the total); Germany, 4,600 tons (6% of ...
Source: Agraria
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