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W3: Weekly Mango Update

Fresh Mango
Fruits
Colombia
Price
Ecuador
Policy
Xchel Perez
Updated Jan 24, 2023
Tridge's global market analysts and country representatives take a deep dive into what happened during W3 in the global mango landscape. In summary, in Colombia, the harvest of sugar mangos was scheduled for late January but was harvested earlier in W2. In 2022, Ecuador exported 14.4M boxes of mango (4kg/box), an increase of 4% YoY. On the other hand, in Peru, SENASA reported that Chile has closed its market for Peruvian mangoes. From W40 to W51 of the 2022/23 mango season, Peru's exports amounted to a FOB value of USD 70M, representing an 11% drop YoY.

Colombia

Early Season of Colombian Sugar Mango Started in W2 (Jan 16)

In Colombia, the harvest of sugar mangos was scheduled for late January but was harvested earlier in W2. However, exporters did not offer large volumes. Some potential markets for this fruit would be Canada, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States, where Colombian exporters are looking to ship their first loads.

Ecuador

Ecuadorian Mango Exports Reach 14.4 Million Boxes in 2022, Showing an Increase of 4% (Jan 18)

In 2022, Ecuador exported 14.4M boxes of mango (4kg/box), an increase of 4% compared to what was shipped in 2021. This increase responds to improved productivity of existing plantations. However, the value of shipments has not followed the same positive trend.

Peru

Peruvian Mango Exports to Chile Continue and Become a Market (Jan 17)

Mango is the fourth most exported fruit in Peru. Seven varieties are exported, 78% correspond to the Keitt variety, followed by Haden 18%, Ataulfo 2%, and 2% between Tommy Atkins and Edward. SENASA reported that Chile has closed its market for Peruvian mangoes and announced that, with the support of the private sector, an investigation is active to demonstrate that hydrothermal treatment eliminates fly larvae; a pest for which SAG Chile imposed phytosanitary restrictions for Peruvian mangoes. Mango exports in the 2020/21 and 2021/22 campaigns were 233,117 tons and 243,642 tons, respectively, of which Chile represented 3% of the volumes shipped.

Peruvian Mango Export Decreased by 11% From W40 to W51 (Jan 18)

From W40 to W51 of the 2022/23 mango season, Peru's exports amounted to a FOB value of USD 70M (EUR 64.8M), which represents a decrease of 11% compared to the same period of the previous year. The main markets for this product were the Netherlands, the United States, South Korea, and Spain. Demand increased in the United States by 40%, and Spain increased by 8%, while the Netherlands and South Korea saw a decline of 25% and 39% respectively.

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