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Peru: Tangerine exports decreased in volume and value in April 2024

Published May 24, 2024

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In April 2024, Peru experienced a significant decrease in mandarin orange exports, with a 30.1% reduction in volume and a 24.9% decrease in value compared to the previous year. The total export weight was 10,184 tons, earning $12.1 million. The average price per kilogram was $1.2, marking a 7.5% increase from the same month in 2023. The United States was the primary destination for these exports, accounting for 30.7% of the share. The Netherlands and the United Kingdom followed as the second and third largest recipients. 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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In April 2024, Peru exported 10,184 tons of mandarin oranges worth $12.1 million, representing a 30.1% reduction in volume and 24.9% in value compared to the previous year, according to FreshFruit. The average price was $1.2 per kilogram, 7.5% more than in the same period in 2023. In addition, Peruvian citrus reached 19 destinations. The United States led as the main destination for mandarin exports, representing 30.7% of the share. This translated into shipments worth $3.8 million and 3,092 tons, with an average price of $1.2 per kilogram. In second position, the Netherlands, with 21.1%, received 2,216 tons for $2.6 million at an average price of $1.2 per kilogram. And the United Kingdom was further behind, with 15.1%, with 1,709 tons for $1.9 million at an average price of $1.1 per kilogram. Canada, with a 12% share of total exports, accounted for revenues of $1.5 million and shipments of 1,305 tons at an average price of $1.1 per kilogram. Meanwhile, Japan ranked fifth, ...
Source: AgroPeru
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