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Vegetable exports of Peru fall again

Las exportaciones de hortalizas vuelven a caer
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Vegetables
Peru
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Jul 6, 2022
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The following two years, 2017 and 2018, were complicated in the domestic market (due to the El Niño Phenomenon). This caused vegetable exports to contract by 2% on average each year, reaching a value of US$798 million. Despite the negative results, Peruvian products recovered and, in 2019, resumed the path of growth, adding shipments of US$ 845 million (6% more than the previous year). The positive effects were repeated the following two years, despite the pandemic. Thus, exports increased 7% on average during 2020 and 2021, breaking a record by adding US$973 million last year. It was expected that, in 2022, vegetable exports would continue to increase; however, the first months showed an unfavorable result. Between January and May 2022, Peruvian shipments of these foods totaled US$365 million, 3% less compared to the previous year. Among the vegetables that stood out the most were asparagus and artichoke, which had joint participation of 63% in the exports of this group of products.
The following two years, 2017 and 2018, were complicated in the domestic market (due to the El Niño Phenomenon). This caused vegetable exports to contract by 2% on average each year, reaching a value of US$798 million. Despite the negative results, Peruvian products recovered and, in 2019, resumed the path of growth, adding shipments of US$ 845 million (6% more than the previous year). The positive effects were repeated the following two years, despite the pandemic. Thus, exports increased 7% on average during 2020 and 2021, breaking a record by adding US$ 973 million last year. In 2022, vegetable exports were expected to continue to increase; however, the first few months showed an unflattering result. Between January and May 2022, Peruvian shipments of these foods totaled US$365 million, 3% less compared to the previous year. Among the vegetables that stood out the most were asparagus and artichoke, which had a joint participation of 63% in the exports of this group of products. ...
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