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Historic mango export record

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Core Tip: Peruvian mango exports between January and July 2018 amounted to US $284 million (+35.5%), a historic record when compared to the values achieved in previous years, stated Rogers Valencia, the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur).
 Peruvian mango exports between January and July 2018 amounted to US $284 million (+35.5%), a historic record when compared to the values achieved in previous years, stated Rogers Valencia, the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur).
 
"The last export record achieved was US $277 million in 2016. And now, by July 2018, the country has already surpassed this figure by far. This shows that there is a high demand for our product in the world, mainly from the Netherlands (+53%), the United States (+22%) and Spain (+87%)," said Valencia.
 
He also said that these markets accounted for more than 70% of the increase of the well-known Peruvian superfood.
 
Other fruits that registered an important development in the aforementioned period were grapes (+34%), blueberries (+231%), avocados (+7%), chestnuts (+64%), and bananas (+15%).
 
These values ​​explain the growth of the fruit sector, which grew by 23.4% (US $ 1.586 billion), supported by the increased demand from the Netherlands (+34%) and the United States (+29%).
 
Exports of fresh vegetables also increased by July (+8.3%), thanks to higher shipments of onions (+61%), beans (+71%), and peas (+49%).
 
 
Source: elcomercio.pe
 
 
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