Last season the total of exports of this fruit in Peru totaled 48,000 tons and the projections for the next are of 110,000 tons, which equals a growth of 35%, Agraria reported.
“This was announced by the vice president of Pro Blueberries and general manager of the agricultural company Valle y Pampa, Miguel Bentín, who said that in the recent campaign exports reached $520 million US dollars. For the next season, he estimated, it would reach $770 million US dollars (June 2019-April 2020)”, the aforementioned media wrote.
The main market for Peruvian blueberries continues to be the United States with a 56% share and it is expected to continue maintaining a quota of between 45% and 55% as it is the country’s natural export destination.
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