Peru: Poor performance of mandarin exports in April

Published May 19, 2024

Tridge summary

In the year leading up to April 2024, mandarin exports saw a significant decline, with a 24.9% decrease in value and a 30.1% decrease in volume compared to the previous year. Despite this, the average price per kilogram rose by 7.5% to US$ 1.2, resulting in a total export value of US$ 12.1 million and a volume of 10,184 tons. The United States was the primary recipient of these exports, accounting for 30.7% of the total, followed by the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The main exporters were Procesadora Laran S.A.C., Consorcio de Productos de Fruta S.A., Asesorías de Inversiones Muva S.A.C., Safresco Perú S.A., and Arona Trading S.A.
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Original content

Compared to April of the previous year, mandarin exports decreased 24.9% in value and 30.1% in volume. Mandarin shipments totaled 10,184 tons for US$12.1 million in April 2024. Compared to the previous year, exports decreased 24.9% in value and 30.1% in volume. The average price was US$ 1.2 per kilogram, 7.5% more than what was received in the same period of 2023. In addition, 19 destinations were reached. The United States led as the main destination for mandarin exports, representing 30.7% of the share. This translated into shipments worth US$ 3.8 million and 3,092 tons, with an average price of US$ 1.2 per kilogram. In second position, the Netherlands, with 21.1%, received 2,216 tons worth US$2.6 million at an average price of US$1.2 per kilogram. And further behind was the United Kingdom, with 15.1%, with 1,709 tons worth US$ 1.9 million at an average price of US$ 1.1 per kilogram. Canada, with a 12% share of total exports, represented revenues of US$ 1.5 million and shipments ...
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