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Peru exported maca flour for US$ 7.8 million between January and April 2024

Published May 13, 2024

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Between January and April of 2024, Peru experienced a moderate increase in maca flour exports, reaching 1,019,438 kilos with a FOB value of US$ 7,867,819, up from 764,935 kilos exported in the same period of 2023 valued at US$ 6,349,517. The primary market for these exports was Ecuador, with purchases amounting to US$ 2,450,000, followed by the United States, Brazil, the Netherlands, South Korea, Germany, and Japan. Some of the leading companies involved in these exports include Camel EIRL, Peruvian Nature S&S SAC, Algarrobos Orgánicos del Perú SAC, Peru Naturals Corporation SAC, Camino Andino SAC, and Ecoandino SAC.
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(Agraria.pe) Between January and April of this year, Peru exported 1,019,438 kilos of maca flour for an FOB value of US$ 7,867,819. This figure marks a moderate increase from the 764,935 kilos exported in the same period of 2023 for US$ 6,349,517. According to a report from Agrodata, the main destination market for this product in the first four months of 2024 was Ecuador, where placements of US$ 2,450,000 were achieved. Next were the United States with US$1,460,000, Brazil with US$682,000, the Netherlands with US$668,000, South Korea with US$532,000, Germany with US$377,000 and Japan with US$242,000. Among the main exporting companies of this product are Company Camel EIRL with sales of US$ 2,443,400, ...
Source: Agraria
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