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Peruvian blueberries have been on the UK market for a couple of weeks, first the berries came via airfreight and in the last ten days the seafreight started to arrive. The arrivals will continue until March. The European market is short of blueberries after Poland had less volumes than was expected, according to some figures...
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The Peruvian horticulture industry has set an ambitious target to significantly widen its export offer of high quality fresh, dried, frozen and processed fruits, vegetables, superfoods, grains and other food and drink ingredients. With both Peruvian cuisine and healthy food in vogue across major consumer markets, and Peru’s agricultural frontier set to expand to 260,000...
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“When you see an increase of this magnitude, it’s really because there is much potential. Blueberries have become one of the fruits that currently presents the best business opportunities and very attractive prices, which makes them an excellent export product. The growing demand, the production’s seasonality and its qualities, have allowed this positioning,” said Guillermo...
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Peruvian Hass avocado exporters have just had more than one billion potential customers opened up to them, following the signing of phytosanitary export protocols with China. The document was signed during a meeting between delegations from the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China (AQSIQ) and Peru’s National...
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Peruvian avocado shipments to the U.S. could double in 2014. Peruvian grower-shippers shipped about 50 million pounds of fruit to the U.S. in 2013, and the industry has a goal of 100 million pounds this year, said Emiliano Escobedo, executive director of the Irvine, Calif.-based Hass Avocado Board. That’s similar to numbers Doug Meyer, treasurer...
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The Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Magali Silva, stated that non-traditional agricultural exports increased by 5.1% in January 2015. Since July 2013, they have had 19 months of consecutive expansion. Silva said that the fresh grapes were among the most dynamic products of the non-traditional agricultural sector, as they had amounted to $119 million...
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Peru’s blueberry businesses are moving forward. Last year, exports reached $28 million dollars, i.e. 60% more than in 2013. The increase was even greater in terms of volume, as it went from 1,800 tons in 2013 to 3,400 tons in 2014. In this regard, the general manager of Terra Business, Federico Beltran Molina said this...
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By Hillary Ojeda Peruvian crops including quinoa rapidly grew in surface area and production last year. Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Minagri) announced quinoa, grapes, avocado, and cacao crops in Peru grew considerably in surface area last year, according to Gestion. The best performing crops were the olive and quinoa, concluding with increases of 163%...
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By Claudia Carpenter Peru will surpass Bolivia as the largest exporter of quinoa this year with shipments set to rise 25 percent, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service said. Peru’s exports will climb to 40,000 metric tons of the grain valued at $180 million from 32,000 tons last year and exceed Bolivia for...
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You would think it might rain from the gray morning skies in northern Peru but in all likelihood it won’t. The clouds will give way to a scorching sun that glares down on threadbare pebbly plains of shrubs, the dirt that wafts in the air, the hoods of motorbike-taxis and a scattering of houses in...
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AGROVISION is a grower, packer, and shipper of fruits and vegetables from Peru exporting to established and emerging global markets such as the United States, Canada, Europe, UK, China and other Asian and Central and South American countries.

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