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In atypical years like 2023, the market is willing to pay higher prices for Peruvian agro-export products

Peru
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 4, 2024

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Peru's agricultural exports have surpassed 10 billion dollars for the first time in 2023, as reported by David Sandoval, CEO of Fluctuante. This growth is due to the high demand for products such as grapes, mangoes, bananas, avocados, blueberries, and citrus fruits. Despite some setbacks due to price drops and adverse weather, the industry has significantly improved the quality of life and positioned agro-exports as a key driver of the Peruvian economy. The US, Europe, and China are the primary markets. A comprehensive report on 'Peruvian Agroexports 2023' by Fluctuante can be downloaded from 'agroexportacionesperuanas.com'.
Disclaimer: The above summary was generated by a state-of-the-art LLM model and is intended for informational purposes only. It is recommended that readers refer to the original article for more context.

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(Agraria.pe) Around the year 2000, Peruvian agricultural exports were incipient and could not even exceed a total of one billion dollars. The jump until 2023 has been exponential and it has been possible to exceed 10 billion dollars for the first time, although it is true that there are underlying factors in this result such as the advances in the campaign caused by climatic anomalies and the rise in the prices of some products due to low production. David Sandoval, CEO of the consulting firm Fluctuante, captured this panorama to put into perspective the path that our country's agricultural industry has taken, as well as the situation it is currently going through. “Peruvian entrepreneurs have an important focus, they bet on products with high demand, which are part of the basic basket of families internationally, therefore they are mainstream, that is, they are consumed regularly. This is the case of grapes, mangoes, bananas, avocados, blueberries and citrus fruits; Therefore, ...
Source: Agraria
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