Peruvian table grape exports will fall in volume by more than 10% in the 2023/2024 campaign

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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The Association of Table Grape Producers of Peru (Provid) has reported a more than 10% drop in Peruvian table grape exports due to weather-related productivity issues. Despite this, the 2023-2024 campaign saw an 8% increase in exports with 58.2 million boxes of grapes exported. The main destinations were the US, Netherlands, China, and Mexico, with the most popular varieties being Sweet Globe, Red Globe, and Autumn Crisp. The main exporting regions in Peru were Ica, Piura, and Lambayeque. There is optimism for growth in the 2024/2025 season as the El Niño Phenomenon is expected to end.
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( Shortly after completing the 2023-2024 campaign, the Association of Table Grape Producers of Peru (Provid) confirmed its November projection: exports of Peruvian table grapes will fall in volume by more than 10%, explaining which is due to the low productivity of the vineyards due to weather problems; However, there is optimism that they will return to growth next season (2024/2025), since the latest information from the Multisectoral Commission in charge of the National Study of the El Niño Phenomenon (ENFEN) indicates that between March and next April the Coastal Niño and The Global Child will come to an end. This was reported by the general manager of Provid, Alejandro Cabrera, who said that it is encouraging information. “You have to take it calmly, calmly. I'm not going to lie that it is a great relief to read the figures that they share with us, but this is climate, that is, anything can happen, we cannot claim victory until the date arrives and, indeed, it is ...
Source: Agraria
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