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X-ray of fruit shipments of Chile in the last 10 years

Qué exporta Chile: radiografía a los envíos de fruta en los últimos 10 años
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Feb 25, 2022
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In the last 10 years, grape shipments have decreased from 919 to 697 thousand tons per year, while cherries, lemons, and mandarins experienced an explosive increase. Fruit exports from Chile, during the period January - July 2021, reached 2.35 million tons, worth USD 4,894 million FOB. In contrast to the same months of 2020, the figures translated into a decrease of 0.1% in volume exported and an increase of 4% in value.
In the last 10 years, grape shipments have decreased from 919 to 697 thousand tons per year, while cherries, lemons and mandarins experienced an explosive increase. Fruit exports from Chile, during the period January - July 2021, reached 2.35 million tons, worth USD 4,894 million FOB. In contrast to the same months of 2020, the figures translated into a decrease of 0.1% in volume exported and an increase of 4% in value. Of this total in value, 77% corresponded to fresh fruit, 17% to processed fruit (juices, oils, preserves, frozen, dehydrated) and 6% to dried fruit (walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, among others). But what is the country exporting? According to an observation made by Data Intelligence in the last 10 years, grape shipments have decreased from 919 to 697 thousand tons per year, while apple exports fell from 907 to 777 thousand tons per year. Cherry exports increased from 73 thousand tons to 239 thousand tons per year, while mandarin and lemon exports increased from about ...
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