Peru: In Europe, an entity similar to the American National Mango Board would be needed to increase the level of consumption

Published May 28, 2024

Tridge summary

Peruvian mango exports have seen a significant decrease of 75% in volume due to unusual weather conditions caused by El Niño and Cyclone Yaku. The industry is looking forward to recovering in the next season, which is expected to start in week 45 and end around week 13. Frutas de Piura S.A.C., a leading company in mango production, processing, and export in Piura, Peru, is taking steps to ensure a successful flowering season this year. The majority of Peruvian mango cultivation is located in Piura, with the Kent variety being the most popular. The mangoes are exported to various countries, with 60% going to Europe, 33% to the United States, and the rest to Asia and Latin America. There is potential for growth in the mango export industry, but care must be taken to avoid oversupply and maintain a consistent flow of shipments. Frutas de Piura has also highlighted the potential of the Japanese market due to the high price obtained for Peruvian mangoes.
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( After a season in which Peruvian mango exports have dropped close to 75% in volume due to anomalous weather under the influence of El Niño and the passage of Cyclone Yaku, the sector hopes to recover next season , which will begin around week 45 and will last, as usual, until approximately week 13. Frutas de Piura S.A.C., a company located in the north of Peru that has been dedicated to production, processing and export for 14 years of mango, grapes and bananas, spares no effort in field management with the aim that flowering, unlike last year, can prosper next August. Frutas de Piura has 600 hectares of mango, including its own cultivation and the production of associated farmers. Peruvian mango cultivation is located in the north of the country, with 75% of the cultivated area in the province of Piura and the rest in Olmos, Motupe and Casma. In Piura, 80% of mango producers have an area that does not exceed 10 hectares. The majority variety is Kent, which represents ...
Source: Agraria
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