The Netherlands increased its agricultural purchases from Peru by 9% in 2023

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 12, 2024

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In 2023, the Netherlands emerged as the second primary destination for Peruvian agro-exports, witnessing a 9% increase in purchases. Over 50 different agricultural products, including blueberries, avocados, grapes, mangoes, and cocoa, which made up 79% of the total exports, were shipped. The leading exporters were Camposol S.A., Sociedad Agrícola Drokasa S.A., Complejo Agroindustrial Beta S.A., Danper Trujillo S.A.C., and Agrovision Perú S.A.C., with the Callao Port Terminal being the most utilized shipping port.
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( In 2023, the Netherlands positioned itself as the second main destination for Peruvian agro-exports, registering a 9% increase in its purchases from our country. There were more than 50 agricultural products sent to the Dutch market, the most notable being blueberries, avocados, grapes, mangoes and cocoa, which together represented 79% of the total. Blueberries were the leading product, with a 27% share (47,205 tons for US$ 365 million), being 32% less in volume, but 12% more in value; followed by avocado, with 25% (206,676 tons for US$ 327 million), which was 3% more in volume and 14% more in value. The grape occupied third place, with 15% (83,797 tons for US$ 198 million), 10% more in volume and 28% more in value. While mango and cocoa completed the top five, with 7% and 5% participation, respectively. Regarding logistics, the most used shipping port was the Callao Port Terminal, which concentrated 50% of exports. It was followed by the Paita Port Terminal, with ...
Source: Agraria
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