Peru: Weekly shipments of fresh grapes continue to decline

Fresh Grape
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 14, 2024

Tridge summary

The beginning of 2024 has seen a continued decrease in fresh grape shipments, with a total of 32,630 tons in the first week, which is 33% less than the previous year. Despite this, the campaign has shipped 442,771 tons so far, still 12% above the previous campaign. The United States continues to lead in destinations for Peruvian grapes, with 55% participation, followed by China with 14% and Mexico with 9%.
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Original content

After a decrease in fresh grape shipments in the last weeks of 2023, this product has continued with this trend at the beginning of the new year. During the first week of 2024, fruit shipments totaled 32,630 tons, this being 33% less than what was sent in the same period last year. With this result, so far this campaign has been shipped 442,771 tons, which still positions it above the previous campaign by 12%, but with a tendency to reduce that gap. During the week, Peruvian grapes reached 30 destinations, of which the United States continued to lead the list, with 55% participation. Behind were China, with 14%, and Mexico, with 9%. 17,811 tons were exported to the United States, which is 40% less than the previous year. On the other hand, shipments to China totaled 4,569 tons, 9% more than the previous season. And in the case of Mexico, shipments totaled 3,086 tons; 27% more than the previous campaign. As for exporters, 55 Peruvian companies participated, ...
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