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First shipment of Peruvian shrimp with added value arrives in Brazil

Value Added Shrimp & Prawn
Peru
Brazil
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 17, 2024

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Peruvian company, Langostinera Tumbes, has exported its first shipment of value-added shrimp to Brazil, consisting of 12 tons of peeled and deveined shrimp tails worth USD 83,939. The shrimp industry is a key export activity in the Tumbes region, supporting 4,000 families directly and 8,000 indirectly. The main markets for Peruvian shrimp include Korea, Taiwan, Australia, China, the United States, Spain, and now Brazil. The company is planning a second shipment to Brazil and aims to expand into the Mexican market.
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This is the commercial shipment of the first refrigerated container of peeled and deveined shrimp tails, made by a company in the Tumbes region. A first shipment of value-added Peruvian shrimp produced in the Tumbes region entered the Brazilian market during the last week of January, reported the Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (Promperú). This is the commercial shipment of a first 40-foot refrigerated container with 12 tons of peeled and deveined shrimp tails for an FOB value of USD 83,939. Details The shipment was made by the company Langostinera Tumbes, which participated in the Expo Perú Norte 2023 held by Promperú in the city of Piura, where various buyers participated, including from Brazil. In this way, during the business conference and subsequent commercial mission of buyers from Brazil to Tumbes, the national company made contact with a buyer, managing to complete the first shipment this year. To do this, the respective permits were ...
Source: PQS
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