Peruvian fruits and vegetables gain more space in the world

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 6, 2024

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Peruvian agro-exports have grown significantly from $786 million in 2000 to $10,421 million in 2022, driven by non-traditional agricultural products like avocados, grapes, blueberries, coffee, cocoa, asparagus, and mango. This growth is attributed to private investment, free trade agreements, sectoral policies, and large irrigation projects, with the National Agrarian Health Service of Peru (Senasa) playing a crucial role. However, these exports are vulnerable to climate changes. Senasa is also actively working to open new markets for Peruvian products, aiming to access eight markets this year, and is currently working on opening Malaysia for avocado exports.
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( Agroexport is one of the great engines of the Peruvian economy, generating important income for the State and creating thousands of jobs throughout the country, mainly on the coast. It is an activity that transformed arid deserts into fertile green fields of cultivation. In a look at the beginning of this millennium, Peruvian agricultural exports registered a value of 786 million dollars in their shipments to various countries; in 2010 this value increased to 3,398 million dollars and in 2022 it closed at 10,421 million dollars. According to statistics from the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri), clearly impressive growth. According to the most recent data from the Association of Exporters (Adex), the Peruvian agro-exportable supply from January to November 2023 reached 135 international markets and totaled shipments of 8,822 million dollars. But in the story of success in agricultural exports, non-traditional ones definitely stand out. Before ...
Source: Agraria
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