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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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The Peruvian state port authority Enapu is to invest $549 million upgrading five ports in the country as it seeks to reduce export bottlenecks. The five ports to be upgraded are the ports of Ilo, San Juan de Marcona, Salaverry on the pacific coast and Pucallpa and Iquitos on the Amazon river. Work is expected...
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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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Nov. 19 – The initiative will enable the irrigation of 38 thousand hectares of wasteland of the Valle Nuevo and 5,500 hectares of the Valle Viejo Santo Domingo de Olmos, a greater flow of diversified agro-industrial exports, and will generate more than 40 thousand direct jobs and 120 thousand indirect jobs. The President of the...
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3:05. Lima, Sep. 11. Peruvian blueberry exports amounted to US$5.6 million in the period between January and July 2014 , up 408% compared with the same period in 2013, the Association of Exporters (ADEX) reported on Wednesday. According to Giannina Denegri, ADEX’s agro director, the demand for this fruit will continue to increase as there...
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September 17, 2014 By Agnes Rivera Peru´s non-traditional agricultural exports grew in first half of 2014. Money seems to be growing from all sorts of agricultural goods, especially the non-traditional exports. Reported by the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MINAGRI) non-traditional agricultural exports raked in an astounding US$ 2.379 million dollars in the first seven...
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Lima, May 25. Peruvian quinoa exports totaled US$ 31.7 million during the first quarter of 2013, an increase of 237% compared to the same period last year, the Association of Exporters (ADEX) reported on Saturday. According to ADEX, the United States was the largest importer during the reported period, accounting for 56 percent of Peru’s...
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Lima, Feb. 09. Agricultural exports from Peru totaled US$4.42 billion in 2013, an increase of 0.8 percent compared to a year earlier, Peruvian Agriculture and Irrigation Ministry (Minagri) has reported. According to the report carried out by this sector, the star products in 2013 were fresh grapes, asparagus, fresh avocados, quinoa, clementines, undernatured ethyl alcohol,...
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Peru’s blueberry industry is very young compared to the likes of Chile or Argentina, but the fruit has been gaining ground in the Andean country were crops like asparagus, grapes, avocado and citrus have achieved renown. At the International Blueberry Organization (IBO) Summit in Santiago de Chile last week, two speakers from this emerging sector...
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