Exports of Peruvian products exceed $ 2.8 billion in the first half of 2021 – Produce Blue Book


Peruvian fruit and vegetable exports topped $ 2.8 billion from January to July 2021, a 26% increase over the same period last year, according to the Association of Peruvian Exporters (ADEX).

Global fruit imports reached $ 138 billion in 2020 (an increase of $ 3 billion from 2019) and vegetable imports reached $ 75 billion (an increase of $ 2 billion from 2019) .

ADEX told Andina.pe that fruit exports, including fresh, frozen, canned and dried, amounted to $ 2.321 billion through July of this year.

Avocados led with $ 925 million, followed by grapes with $ 538 million, mangoes with $ 346 million, mandarins with $ 167 million and blueberries.

The United States was the main destination for Peruvian fruit exports totaling $ 681 million, or 29 percent of total sales. It was followed by the Netherlands with $ 581 million, Spain, Chile, the United Kingdom, China, South Korea, Canada and Russia.

Vegetable exports amounted to $ 480 million in July this year, an increase of 15.1 percent.

Asparagus led with $ 260 million, followed by artichokes at $ 58 million, ginger at $ 43 million, onions at $ 33 million and olives at $ 23 million.

The United States was again the main destination with $ 235 million, followed by Spain with $ 61 million, the Netherlands with $ 33 million, France with $ 19 million and the United Kingdom , among others.

In 2020, the United States and Germany were the world’s largest importers of fruits and vegetables.

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