In 2023, Brazilian mango exports are expected to increase significantly, with Bahia leading the way and production 19% higher than the previous year. Despite weather challenges affecting overall fruit production in the São Francisco Valley, mango exports remain strong, aided by limited production in competing countries and improved logistics. International market requirements for phytosanitary measures have been met through technical cooperation agreements, benefiting small producers and facilitating fruit exports.
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Production is already 19% higher than in 2022. In terms of income, shipments until October are already the highest in history: 36% more, according to the Center for Advanced Studies in Applied Economics (Cepea-SP). According to information from the Department of Agriculture, Livestock, Irrigation, Fisheries and Aquaculture (Seagri), fruit production in the São Francisco Valley, which includes cities in Bahia and Pernambuco, is not expected to exceed the 2021 record, which was 272.5 thousand tons, contrary to expectations of an excellent harvest. This is due to the rains at the beginning of the year and the above-normal temperatures in the second half of the year. However, significant volumes of mangoes have been leaving the region for the international market. One factor that will impact Brazilian shipments in 2023 is the limitation of production in competing countries, especially in South America. Low production in Ecuador and Peru, which are expected to reduce shipments to the ...