Peru exported 427 tons of dates for $2.7 million in March 2024

Published May 17, 2024

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In March 2024, Peruvian date exports surged to 427 tonnes valued at $2.7 million, reflecting a 26% increase in volume and an 83% rise in value from the previous year. The average price per kilogram climbed by 46% to $6.4. Dates were shipped to 15 destinations, with the Netherlands being the top market, followed by the UK, France, Canada, and the UAE. Exportadora Frutícola del Sur S.A. dominated the market, contributing 95.9% of the exports.
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In March 2024, date exports reached 427 tonnes, worth $2.7 million, representing a 26% increase in volume and 83% in value, according to FreshFruit. Additionally, the average price increased by 46%, reaching $6.4 per kilogram. Peruvian dates were sent to 15 destinations, two more than in the same period in 2023. All exports were in the fresh presentation, with the Netherlands as the main destination: 30.4% share, with 130 tons purchased for $831,000 at an average price of $6.4 per kilogram. Behind were the United Kingdom (23.7% share, with 101 tons worth $647,000), France (12.9%, 60 tons worth $353,000), Canada (10.3%, 49 tons worth ...
Source: AgroPeru
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