Brazil: Fresh fruit exports promise to close 2022 well, but do not surpass the mark reached in 2021

Published Nov 17, 2022

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Brazilian exports of fresh fruit reached a record in 2021, both in terms of volume and revenue, revenues exceeded US$ 1.21 billion, 20.39% above the figure calculated up to December 2020. The total volume of fresh fruit shipped abroad was 1.24 million tons, 18.13% higher than the same period of the previous year.

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Among the fruits most exported by Brazil in 2021 are: mangoes, with US$ 248 million and 20% of the total exported in the period; melons, with US$ 165 million and 14% share; grapes, with US$ 155.9 million and 13%; nuts and chestnuts, with US$ 151.9 million and 13%; lemons and limes, with US$ 123.8 million and a 10% share. Exports of national fruits in 2021 were mainly destined for the European Union (48%), the United States (16%), the United Kingdom (14%), Argentina (4%) and Canada (3%). According to data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secex), Brazil exported 614 thousand tons to all destinations this year (from January to September), down 16.7% compared to the same period in 2021. raised almost US$ 585.5 million, a decrease of 16.1% in the same comparison. Although the last months of the year are, traditionally, for intense shipments of important fruits in the Brazilian export basket (such as mangoes, melons, watermelons and grapes), the sector does not expect a full recovery ...
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