More than USD 182.3 million were spent in 2021 to import 60,737 tons of dairy in Colombia

Updated Feb 25, 2022
Although the volume of imports and the cost fell last year compared to 2020, more resources were allocated than in previous years (even when the number of tons was lower), making 2021 the second year with the largest purchases. faces of history The volume of 60,737 tons represents 17.5% less than the 73,663 tons of 2020, and 1.5% less than the 61,643 tons of 2019, but it is still 4.3% higher than in 2016, year that was surpassing it in quantity as the months progressed until finally it was less. This makes 2021 the third year with the highest number of tons of imported dairy, but when looking at the cost, it rises to second position above 2019. (Read: The cost of dairy imports in 2021 will be the second highest of history) This can be seen in the condensed report by the Office of Planning and Economic Studies of Fedegán-FNG with the figures of the National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE), where it is observed that last year it culminated with USD 182,305,000. This ...
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