Peruvian table grape projects production rebound

Published Jun 12, 2024

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A webinar by Fluctuante discussed the trends, challenges, and opportunities in Peruvian table grape exports for the 2023-2024 campaign, with Fanny Robles, the commercial head in Peru for Vanguard, providing insights. The grape season runs from August to March, with last year's production affected by climate change and economic factors like the post-pandemic recession in China. Despite these challenges, the demand for Peruvian grapes remains high, and there's a shift towards patented varieties and eco-friendly packaging. Robles stressed the importance of maintaining quality to retain commercial relationships and anticipates a normal production season with an increase in grape condition and quality leading to better prices. The sector is also encouraged to improve efficiency and reduce production and packaging costs through automation.
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Fluctuante developed a webinar regarding the Peruvian table grape campaign, in which the commercial head in Peru for Vanguard, Fanny Robles, addressed the trends, challenges and opportunities in table grape exports in the 2023-2024 campaign. He began the presentation by indicating that the Peruvian table grape season begins in August and ends in March. Related news: Peruvian table grapes: “This will be a year of normal prices” He added that last year the sector was affected as a result of the climate factor. He explained that the northern area had 30% less grape production, directly affected by high temperatures. In the analysis of the season, the markets were also present. In that sense, Robles explained that California was affected by Hurricane Norma during the harvest, "which caused a reduction in the volume of exports and sales of local grapes in the United States." He added that China is another market that has been affected, but not from a climate point of view, but from an ...
Source: MXfruit
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