Peruvian agricultural exports to Europe grow 26% in value in the first two months of 2024

Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 19, 2024

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In the first two months of 2024, Peruvian agricultural exports to Europe soared to a record-breaking US$ 538,167,000, a 26% increase from the previous year, recovering from a -18.8% decline in 2023. This achievement marks the highest export value for the January-February period in a decade. The Netherlands emerged as the primary market, absorbing nearly half of the exports. Key products driving this growth included fresh or dried mangoes, blueberries, non-decaffeinated coffees, avocados, and grapes. The report also highlights the role of major exporting companies and the strategic participation of Peruvian companies in the 'SIAL Paris' food fair to boost their market presence in Europe.
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( Peruvian agricultural exports (traditional and non-traditional) to Europe in the first 2 months of 2024 totaled US$ 538,167,000, which represents an increase of 26% compared to the same period of the previous year (US$ 427 million ), reported the Agro-Export Management of the Association of Exporters (ADEX). This is the highest amount in the last 10 years (January-February period), which would resume the growth rate after falling by -18.8% in 2023 compared to 2022 (US$ 526,026,000). Main destinationsAccording to figures from the ADEX Data Trade Commercial Intelligence System, the main European destination for Peruvian agricultural exports in the first two months of the year was the Netherlands (US$ 256,227,000), with a share of 47.6% of the total and an increase in its demand of 29.1%. It should be noted that this market is the gateway for many products to Europe. Completing the top ten are Spain (US$ 90,341,000), the United Kingdom (US$ 48,519,000), Belgium (US$ ...
Source: Agraria
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