Peru exported 3,038 tons of artichoke in January 2024, registering a contraction of -34%

Fresh Artichoke
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 20, 2024

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In January 2024, Peruvian artichoke exports experienced a significant decrease of 34% compared to the same period in 2023, with a total of 3,038 tons exported. The United States was the primary recipient, accounting for 59% of the total exports. The Callao Port Terminal managed all exports, with Virú S.A. as the leading exporter, contributing 40% of the total volume. Notably, 97% of the exported artichokes were processed.
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( In January 2024, Peruvian artichoke exports reached 3,038 tons, registering a -34% drop compared to the 4,601 tons shipped in January 2023. This decline placed the vegetable in 18th place. products most exported by Peru in the month, representing 0.96% of total agricultural exports in January. In terms of destinations, it also presented changes. While in January of the previous year 12 countries were reached, in the first month of 2024, exports went to only 10. The main market for Peruvian artichokes was the United States, which received 59% of the total (1,797 tons ); followed by Spain, where 28% (846 tons) arrived; Germany, with 5.50% (167 tons); France, with 2.36% (72 tons); and Australia, with 1.95% (59 tons). The Callao Port Terminal managed 100% of these exports, with Virú S.A. the company with the largest participation, representing 40% of the total volume (1,228 tons); followed by Danper ...
Source: Agraria
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