Fresh asparagus from Peru reached 25 markets in April of this year

Published May 22, 2024

Tridge summary

In April 2024, Peru experienced a significant decline in its asparagus exports, with shipments dropping by 22.2% to US$22.9 million compared to the previous year. The volume of remittances decreased by 13.6%, and the average price per kilogram fell by 9.9% to US$3.2. The United States remained the largest market, receiving 67.9% of the exports, followed by Spain, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Major exporters included Kimsa Fresh E.I.R.L., TA Export S.A.C., Green Perú S.A., Pepas Tropicales del Perú, and Danper Trujillo S.A.C.
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(Agraria.pe) In April 2024, asparagus shipments reached US$22.9 million, registering a reduction of -22.2% compared to the same month of the previous year when it amounted to US$29.5 million. Similarly, the volume of remittances decreased -13.6, going from 8,376 tons in April 2023 to 7,234 tons in April 2024. On the other hand, the average price per kilogram experienced a reduction of -9.9%, reaching US$ 3.2 in April of this year. Asparagus exports from Peru went to 25 destinations, compared to 29 destinations in April of the previous year. The United States was the main destination for asparagus exports, representing 67.9% of the share. This translated into shipments worth US$ 15.6 million and 5,392 tons, with an average price of US$ 2.9 per kilogram. In second position, Spain, with 11.3%, represented US$ 2.6 million and 725 tons at an average price of US$ 3.6 per kilogram. Germany followed with 4.2%, generating US$ 1 million with 286 tons exported at an average price of US$ 3.4 ...
Source: Agraria
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