The United States and Europe, main markets in the 2023/2024 campaign for Peruvian mango

Published May 20, 2024

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The Peruvian Association of Mango Producers and Exporters (APEM) has reported that the United States and Europe are the primary markets for Peruvian mangoes in the 2023/2024 campaign, with the Netherlands, United States, and Spain being the leading importers. Despite commercial diversification to other countries like South Korea and France, these account for insignificant quantities. The mango industry has seen a dramatic 68.42% drop in marketing volume due to climate change effects. Leading exporters include Camposol, Sunshine, Dominus, and Jumar Perú, while Camposol Fresh USA INC, Camposol Fresh BV, Amazon Produce Network LLC, and Natures Pride BV are the leading importers. The industry has faced challenges but has maintained a focus on quality and food safety, which is highly regarded by international buyers.
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By: Francisco Seva Rivadulla, international agri-food journalist ( The main destination markets for Peruvian mangoes in the 2023/2024 campaign are the United States and Europe, as can be seen from the report prepared by the Technical Services of the Peruvian Association of Mango Producers and Exporters (APEM). ). According to APEM sources, during the 2023/2024 campaign, more than 80,000 tons of fresh Peruvian mango have been marketed, with the Netherlands being its first destination with 26,800 tons and a 33.5 percent market share, followed by the United States with 23,600 tons and a 29.5 percent market share, while Spain is in third place with 6,700 tons and 8.4 percent market share. In fourth place is Germany with 4,500 tons and 5.8 percent, and in fifth place is England with 4,500 tons and a share of 5.6 percent. In the aforementioned report, it is reflected that the Peruvian mango is working on commercial diversification and other markets appear such as South Korea, ...
Source: Agraria
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