Peru exported 458.9 tons of lucuma between January and November 2023

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Published Jan 2, 2024

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Peruvian exports of lucuma totaled 458.9 tons between January and November 2023, reaching 23 markets, with a 15.9% drop compared to 2022. Chile was the main export market, receiving 45.5% of the fruit shipments, followed by the United States with 29.6%. Lucuma is mainly exported as frozen pulp, flour, and other presentations, with 69 companies shipping the fruit, including Amara Foods SAC and Unión de Negocios Corporativos SAC.
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( Peruvian exports of lucuma between January and November 2023 totaled 458.9 tons, reaching 23 different markets. “In this period, it had a drop of -15.9% compared to 2022 in the same period in exported quantity,” market analyst Heber Chávez noted in this regard. According to the specialist, in the first 11 months of last year, 45.5% of fruit shipments went to Chile, which was the main export market. Next was the United States with 29.6% and others together with 24.9%. He noted that Peruvian lucuma is exported mainly as frozen pulp, flour and other ...
Source: Agraria
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