Peru exported 248 tons of maca in March of this year, registering a growth of 24.2%

Published May 9, 2024

Tridge summary

In March 2024, Peru experienced a 24.2% increase in maca exports, shipping 248 tons compared to the 200 tons of the previous year. These exports were distributed to 15 countries, with the United States being the primary market, receiving 27.7% of the total shipment. Brazil, the Netherlands, and Germany also showed strong demand, accounting for 22.5%, 13.9%, and 12.9% of the exports, respectively. This growth in the maca export market is largely attributed to the strategic efforts and success of local export companies such as Inter Logistics S.A.C., ICH Corp. S.A., Agro Fergi S.A.C., Peruvian Nature S & S S.A.C., and C.H. Robinson Worldwide Perú S.A., which have significantly boosted the global reach and market share of Peruvian maca.
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( Peru exported 248 tons of maca in March 2024, showing a growth of 24.2% compared to the 200 tons shipped in the same month last year. In the month analyzed, maca from Peru reached a total of 15 destinations. The United States was positioned as the main destination with a share of 27.7%, which is equivalent to 69 tons; followed by Brazil with 22.5%, which is equivalent to 56 tons. The Netherlands (13.9%) and Germany (12.9%) contributed 34 tons and 32 tons, respectively; while the United Kingdom represented 8.9% with 22 tons. The success of maca exports is largely due to the international positioning of local export companies such as Inter Logistics S.A.C. (26.7%), ICH Corp. S.A. (11.3%), Agro Fergi S.A.C. ...
Source: Agraria
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