According to agraria, the Peruvian agricultural media, according to the data of the Peruvian Exporters Association (ADEX), the total export volume of Peru's fresh grapes in the first half of 2021 was about US $522 million, an increase of 29.4% compared with us $403 million in the same period last year.
Among them, the United States is the main export destination of Peru's fresh grapes, with a total export amount of 240 million US dollars, accounting for 46% of the total export volume. Followed by Hongkong, China ($80 million 603 thousand), Holland ($56 million 148 thousand), Mexico (23 million 555 thousand US dollars) and Chinese mainland (21 million 749 thousand US dollars). It is reported that in the first half of this year, the main export destinations achieved year-on-year growth.
In 2020, Peru is the world's second largest exporter of fresh grapes, second only to China. According to the ADEX report, last year, China's grape exports totaled about US $1.213 billion, an increase of 22.8%, accounting for 13.6% of global exports. Peru's total exports were about US $991 million, an increase of 22.1%, accounting for 11.1%. Chile ranked third with us $925 million, down 2.6%, accounting for 10.3%.
Last year, the global grape market reached US $10.179.8 billion, an increase of 5.8% over the previous year. The United States is the largest grape buyer, with imports accounting for 18.5% of the total value, followed by the Netherlands (8.1%) and Germany (7.8%).
Peru's grape exports totaled US $1034.4 million last year, of which 99.6% were fresh grapes, followed by fruit juice, jelly and jam. Last year, the average FOB price of Peruvian grapes was US $2.43/kg and the price of organic grapes was US $3.27/kg. In the 2020 / 2021 season, from October last year to March this year, Peru's grape export increased by 24% year-on-year to US $1.12 billion.
Source: international fruit and vegetable Report