Peru is the seventh fruit supplier to China between January-April 2021, participating with 2% of the total
During the first four months of 2021, Chinese fruit imports totaled US $ 5.349 million, showing an increase compared to the same period of the previous year.
Of the total imported, U.S. $ 172 millones were imported from Peru, registering a increase of 17% compared to January-April 2020.
Despite this growth, Peru dropped one place in the supplier ranking and positioned itself as the XNUMXth fruit supplier in China, with 2% participation (similar to the previous year). The country that surpassed Peru in the ranking was United States, what increased its stake from 1.40% to 2.30%.
The main Peruvian products imported by China during the first four months of the year were grapes, with 79% participation (7 percentage points less); the blueberry, with 12% participation (3 percentage points more); avocado, with 7% (3 percentage points more); and mango, with 1% (1 percentage point less).
In addition to these products, one of the most prominent was the Peruvian mandarin, whose acquisitions went from less than US $ 1.000 to almost US $ 1 million.
In this destination, main buyers of Peruvian fruit were Shenzhen Oheng Import & Export Co. Ltd., with 12% participation, and Shenzhen Harvest-Time Imp. & Exp. Co. Ltd., with 9%.
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