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Peruvian blueberry exports to the United States to increase by 30% in 2022

Cut in September, exports of fresh Peruvian blueberries are set to exceed $772.4 million in 2022, registering a 30.2% increase over the same period last year. The United States ranked as the main destination for the fruit, with an increase of 30% ($410.8 million), accounting for 53.1% of acquisitions, indicated Agroexports Management of the Association of Exporters (ADEX), followed by from the Netherlands, ($157.4 million) with an increase in purchases of 24.8% and a share of 20.3%.

The third most important market for Peruvian blueberries was China ($86.7 million in sales), which accounted for 11.2%, an increase of 138.4%, and was followed by Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, Taiwan, Thailand, and Brazil. above 10.

As of September, Camposol Company ranked No. 1 in these dispatches with a concentration of 20.3%.

Others occupying the top 10 spots were Hortifruit – Peru, Agrovision Peru, Agricola Cerro Preto, Complejo Agroindustrial Beta, HFE Berries Peru, Exportadora Fruticola del Sur, AgroBerries Peru, Bomaria and Danpar Trujillo.

2021 figures
The reported shipment growth in the first 9 months of 2022 follows exports already registered in 2021, when they grew by 21.3% to $1,220.2 million, according to the latest industry report from CIEN-ADEX Global Business & Economy Research Center deposited. As compared to last year.

Blueberry shipments overseas corresponded to 97.1% of the fresh fruit, and experienced growth of 20.5%, totaling $1,185.4 million. Traditional blueberries represent 95.9% of all fresh fruit exports, totaling $1,137.3 million; While fresh organic blueberry exports totaled 48.1 million, with a 4.1% share.

Shipments of frozen blueberries accounted for 2.8% of the total, but registered an increase of 59.9% year-over-year, totaling $34.5 million.

It should be noted that between 2017 and 2021, Peru’s blueberry exports grew by an annual average of 34.7%, mainly due to an increase in frozen blueberry exports (+140.8%), as the report recalls.

In contrast, exports of juice and dehydrated blueberries, which had a share of 0.02% and 0.004%, respectively, showed a negative performance in 2021, with their shipments declining by 43.2% and 7.4%, respectively, compared to 2020.

Fuente: gestion.pe

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