Peruvian fruit and vegetable exporters hope to gain more sales in the Central American market

Published May 19, 2023

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(Agraria.pe) Exporters of grapes, Tahiti lemons, ginger, organic bananas, tangerines, pomegranates, mangoes, and turmeric will have the opportunity to hold meetings with potential buyers from Costa Rica, Panama, and the Dominican Republic at the Agribusiness Trade Mission to Central America and the Caribbean, which will take place between May 22 and 26.

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(Agraria.pe) Exporters of grapes, Tahiti lemons, ginger, organic bananas, tangerines, pomegranates, mangoes and turmeric will have the opportunity to hold meetings with potential buyers from Costa Rica, Panama and the Dominican Republic at the Agribusiness Trade Mission to Central America and the Caribbean, which will take place between May 22 and 26. This was announced by the Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (PromPerú), who pointed out that this activity will be carried out in order to contribute to the growth of exports of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables to these markets that, Together, they bring together more than 20 million consumers and have been showing an interesting demand in recent years. The mission, made up of 10 exporters from Ancash, La Libertad, Lima, Ica, Junín and Piura, will hold at least 25 meetings with potential buyers in each country and their total trade projections exceed US$1.2 million. It is important to mention that, of ...
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