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State of the global market, week 8

Fresh Grape
China
Fresh Nectarine
Published Feb 26, 2024

Tridge summary

The article provides an overview of the current state of various fruit markets. The supply of Peruvian blueberries is decreasing as their marketing campaign ends, while Chile is reducing its shipments to the Far East. However, Chilean plum supply is on the rise, despite lower shipments to the Far East compared to last year. The Chinese markets are experiencing high volumes of imported grapes, primarily supplied by Peru. The movement of nectarines and peaches in Latin America is steady, with good prices for the recently arrived fruit. Despite lower avocado volumes, demand remains high, leading to increased weekly prices.
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Comments Week 08 - 2024 Blueberries: Peruvian supply remains scarce, as the end of its marketing campaign approaches. Meanwhile, Chile reduces its shipments to the Far East. Plums: Increase in the supply of Chilean plums in the market, indicating a greater assortment of varieties. On the other hand, Chile's campaign to the Far East continues with volumes below the previous year. Table grapes: Higher volumes of imported grapes in Chinese markets, with Peru remaining one of the main suppliers. Peaches: There is a fluid movement of nectarines and peaches in Latin America, with some differences in destinations, but good prices for the recently arrived fruit. Avocado: Lower volumes offered, good quality/condition and a demand that remains active, caused an increase in weekly prices. More information on the state of fruit supply, demand and price in the different markets for blueberries, plums, table grapes and stones is detailed below. ...
Source: MXfruit
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