Peruvian chilies and peppers captivate the interest of international buyers

Dried Whole Chili Pepper
Published Mar 28, 2024

Tridge summary

At Expo ANTAD 2024 in Mexico, Peruvian companies S&M Foods and Aliex successfully presented their products, including paprika, quinoa, and various sauces, to international buyers, aiming for sales targets of US$ 4 million and US$40 thousand respectively. This effort, supported by the Consulate of Peru in Mexico and the Association of Exporters (ADEX), reflects the growing trade relationship between Peru and Mexico, especially in the agribusiness sector. In 2023, Peruvian exports to Mexico saw a 3.2% increase, with capsicum products playing a pivotal role in this growth.
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Original content

Various Peruvian products made a great impression on buyers from Mexico, the US, Canada, Costa Rica, El Salvador and India at Expo ANTAD 2024, the most important food fair in Mexico, in which the Peruvian companies S&M Foods and Aliex, reported the Agro-Export Management of the Exporters Association (ADEX). The union indicated that, in this edition of the fair, S&M Foods presented products such as paprika, guajillo, ancho chili, pepper powder, quinoa, Castile beans, maca and kion powder, which captivated the interest of the attending buyers, especially capsicum such as paprika, guajillo and ancho chili. For its part, Aliex exhibited its entire range of sauces under the Walibí, Libbys and Terrazas brands, such as mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, criollo chili, among others. “In total, both companies made 88 business appointments. S&M Foods estimates reaching US$ 4 million in sales for the next 12 months. In the case of Aliex, the amount negotiated is around US$40 thousand,” he ...
Source: AdexPeru
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