Peruvian pineapple exports reached 556 tons in March 2024, showing an increase of 158%

Fresh Pineapple
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 17, 2024

Tridge summary

In March 2024, Peruvian pineapple exports saw a remarkable increase of +158% from the previous year, reaching 556 tons. The United States emerged as the leading consumer, accounting for 86.5% of these exports. Other significant markets included Costa Rica, Chile, Spain, and Canada. The majority of these exports were processed pineapples, making up 82.5% of the total, with the remainder comprising frozen, fresh, juice, and dried forms. Gandules Inc. S.A.C. was the top exporter, contributing to 55.1% of the total exports, followed by notable companies such as Processing Laran S.A.C., Itaw Cargo S.A.C., Interglobo Perú S.A.C., and Andes Logistics del Perú S.A.C.
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( Peruvian pineapple agro-exports marked a milestone in March 2024 with a growth of +158% compared to the same month of the previous year, reaching a total of 556 tons. Shipments remained quite concentrated, with the United States as the main destination, which absorbed 86.5% of the total exported (480 tons). They were followed by Costa Rica, with 5.4% (30 tons); Chile, with 4.1% (23 tons); Spain, with 3.8% (21 tons); and Canada, with a modest 0.3% (2 tons). Regarding the presentations, there was progress in the diversification of the product. Most of the shipments corresponded to processed pineapple, with 82.5% of the total; followed by frozen pineapple, with 7.5%; fresh, with 5.4%; in the form of juice, with 4.3%; and dried pineapple, with 0.3%. As for exporters, Gandules Inc. S.A.C. It ...
Source: Agraria
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