Peruvian paprika exports fell in volume by 86% in March 2024

Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 18, 2024

Tridge summary

In March 2024, Peru witnessed a dramatic decrease in paprika exports, plunging by 86% to 3,317 tons compared to the same period in the previous year. The bulk of these exports were destined for Mexico, which absorbed over half of the shipments, with the United States, Spain, Russia, and Albania also being significant recipients. The export was predominantly in the form of dried paprika, which constituted 98.4% of the total exports, while paprika powder made up a minor share of 1.6%. Agroindustrial E&C S.A.C. led the export market, accounting for 17.6% of the total paprika exports, alongside other key players such as ADB International S.A.C., Agroexportadora Sol de Olmos S.A.C., S & M Foods S.A.C., and Arbayaza Export S.A.C.
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Original content

( Paprika shipments totaled 3,317 tons in March 2024, this being 86% lower than in the same month of 2023. The main destinations for paprika from Peru in the month analyzed were Mexico with 54.8% of the total exported, equivalent to 1,818 tons. They were followed by the United States (29.4%), Spain (7.9%), Russia (2.5%) and Albania (1.4%). The presentation of dried paprika was the preferred one with 98.4% of the total exported, totaling 3,264 tons. Paprika powder represented only 1.6%, with 53 tons. The company Agroindustrial E&C S.A.C. It positioned itself as the largest exporter ...
Source: Agraria
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