Peruvian artichoke exports fell 34% in January 2024

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Published Feb 24, 2024

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Peru experienced a significant 34% decrease in artichoke exports in January 2024 compared to the same period in 2023, with exports reaching only 10 countries, down from 12. The United States remained the primary market, accounting for 59% of total exports. The majority of these exports were handled by the Callao Port Terminal, with Virú S.A. being the leading exporter, contributing 40% of the total volume. Notably, 97% of the exported artichokes were in a processed form.
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In the first month of 2024, Peruvian artichoke exports experienced a notable decrease both in volume and in usual destinations. Peru shipped 3,038 tons, marking a 34% drop compared to the same month in 2023 (4,601 tons shipped). This decline placed vegetables in 18th place among the most exported products by Peru in January 2023, representing 0.96% of total agroexports for the month. Regarding destinations, changes were also observed: while in January of the previous year 12 countries were reached, in the first month of 2024 exports were limited to 10. The main market for the Peruvian artichoke was the United States, which received 59% of the total (1797 tons), followed by Spain with 28% (846 tons), Germany with 5.50% (167 tons), France with 2.36%. (72 tons) and Australia with 1.95% (59 tons). The Callao Port Terminal managed 100% of these exports, with Virú S.A. as the leading company with 40% of the total volume (1,228 tons), followed by Danper Trujillo ...
Source: AgroPeru
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