Peruvian date exports grew 83% in value and 26% in volume in March 2024

Published May 14, 2024

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In March 2024, Peru's date exports experienced a significant boost, with a 26% increase in volume and an astonishing 83% increase in value compared to the previous year. The total export weighted in at 427 tons, valued at US$ 2.7 million. The average price per kilogram rose to US$ 6.4, a 46% increase from the previous year. These dates were shipped to 15 different destinations worldwide, two more than the previous year, all in fresh form. The Netherlands was the largest buyer, accounting for 30.4% of the total exports. Other notable buyers included the United Kingdom, France, Canada, and the United Arab Emirates. Exportadora Frutícola del Sur S.A. dominated the market, controlling 95.9% of the date exports.
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( Date exports totaled 427 tons for a value of US$ 2.7 million in March 2024. This meant an increase of 26% in volume and 83% in value, with a 46% increase in price, which was on average US$ 6.4 per kilogram. In the analyzed month of this year, dates reached 15 destinations, 2 more than a year before. All exports were in fresh presentation. The Netherlands was the main destination for fruit from Peru in March 2024 with a 30.4% share, with 130 tons purchased for a value of US$831,000 at an average price of US$6.4 per kilogram. Behind were the United Kingdom (23.7% share, with 101 tons worth US$647,000), France (12.9%, 60 tons worth US$353,000), ...
Source: Agraria
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