According to data from the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur), in 2020 Peru ranked as the world's largest exporter of fresh blueberries and quinoa, the second for avocado, fresh asparagus, canned asparagus, and peeled chestnuts, the third for ginger whole and the fourth largest exporter in the world of fresh grapes, mangoes and peas.
(Agraria.pe) Peru participated this year again in the International Fair of the Fruit and Vegetable Sector Fruit Attraction organized by Ifema Madrid, in Spain, in which it is the third most important market for Peruvian agriculture, only behind the United States and the Netherlands. As the latest Monthly Report on Exports of Peru, prepared by the Market Intelligence Department of the Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (Promperú), points out, the total exports of the agricultural sector to Spain from January to July 2021 reached a FOB value of US $ 307 million, registering a year-on-year growth of 22%. "Peru was one of the first that bet with much anticipation for the participation in Fruit Attraction 2021 and from my point of view the edition has been a success and has exceeded all expectations", says Joan Manuel Barrena, commercial economic advisor of Promperú in Spain . It details that the Peruvian pavilion had the participation of 16 companies and 5 ...
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