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The Colombian aguaymanto has export potential above US $ 100 million

Cape Gooseberry
Colombia
Published Oct 14, 2021

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(Agraria.pe) Colombian cape gooseberries (known in Peru as “aguaymanto”) have the potential to exceed 100 million dollars in exports in the next five years, as their growers point out that this fruit is going through a good time in international markets with the reopening of hotels, restaurants, and bars in Europe and the United States. "The cape gooseberry continues to position Colombia in the international market as it is the second most exported exotic fruit after gulupa and helps us diversify the agro-export basket," said the president of ProColombia, Flavia Santoro, quoted in a statement from her office. Colombian cape gooseberry exports, according to figures from the National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE), stood at 23.6 million dollars between January and June, a growth of 18% compared to the same period of the previous year. The Netherlands, the United States, Germany, Canada, Belgium, France, and the United Arab Emirates are the main markets that buy this fruit.

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(Agraria.pe) Colombian cape gooseberries (known in Peru as “aguaymanto”) have the potential to exceed 100 million dollars in exports in the next five years, as their growers point out that this fruit is going through a good time in international markets with the reopening of hotels, restaurants and bars in Europe and the United States. "The cape gooseberry continues to position Colombia in the international market as it is the second most exported exotic fruit after gulupa and helps us diversify the agro-export basket," said the president of ProColombia, Flavia Santoro, quoted in a statement from her office. Colombian cape gooseberry exports, according to figures from the National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE), stood at 23.6 million dollars between January and June, a growth of 18% compared to the same period of the previous year. The Netherlands, the United States, Germany, Canada, Belgium, France and the United Arab Emirates are the main markets that buy this ...
Source: Agraria
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