Peru exported 283,348 tons of mango for US$ 408 million in 2023, showing a reduction of -19.29% in volume and -15.62% in value

Fresh Mango
Published Feb 26, 2024

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In 2023, Peruvian mango exports, including fresh, frozen, and processed varieties, fell by 15.62% to US$ 408 million, with a total volume of 283,348 tons. Despite the decrease, mangoes remained the sixth most exported agricultural product from Peru, with Kent, Edward, and Keitt being the main varieties. The United States, the Netherlands, Spain, Canada, and South Korea were the primary destinations, accounting for 73.6% of the total export value. The leading exporters were Camposol S.A., Sunshine Export S.A.C., Dominus S.A.C., Viru S.A., and Agrocosta Perú S.A.C.
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( In 2023, Peruvian exports of mangoes (fresh, frozen and processed) reached US$ 408 million, representing a drop of -15.62%, while the total volume stood at 283,348 tons, experiencing a decrease -19.29% compared to the previous year. In the case of the average price, it rose from US$ 1.38 to US$ 1.44, which implied an increase of 4.5%. Despite this reduction in the volume and value exported, mangoes remained in sixth position among the agricultural products exported by Peru, with a share of 4.74% of the total value of Peruvian agro-exports. Regarding the varieties of mangoes exported, the trend reveals that Kent led with 107,559 tons, equivalent to 37.96% of the total share. They were followed by the Edward and Keitt varieties, with 2,380 and 1,898 tons respectively, representing 0.84% and 0.67%. These figures show the diversity of the Peruvian mango supply. On the other hand, the distribution of the presentation forms of exported mango is as follows: fresh (71.9%), ...
Source: Agraria
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