Peruvian quinoa exports grow in value one month before the end of 2023

Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 6, 2023

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Peruvian quinoa exports between January and November 2023 increased by 1.5% compared to the same period in the previous year, reaching a total of US$89,988,562. Despite a decrease in the volume shipped, the value of exports increased due to higher prices in the international market. The United States was the main destination for Peruvian quinoa, followed by Canada, England, and other countries.
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( Between January and November 2023, Peruvian quinoa exports totaled US$89,988,562, showing an increase of +1.5% compared to the US$88,653,463 registered in similar months of the previous year. This was reported by the Agrodata portal, which pointed out that one month before the end of this year, shipments of the so-called “golden grain” reached 41,711,957 kilos, noting a contraction of -7.75% compared to 45,215,223. kilos shipped in the same period of 2022. The study shows that this increase in the exported value - despite the lower volume shipped - is due to the higher price of Peruvian quinoa in the international market. Between January and November 2023, the average price was US$2.16 per kilo, representing an increase of +10.2% versus US$1.96 per kilogram in January-November 2022. In the first eleven months of this year, the main destination of quinoa from Peru was the United States, which purchased this product for US$37,225,000, participating with 41% of the ...
Source: Agraria
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