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Peru export boost

This article was originally published in Foodnews

GRAPES and mangoes helped boost Peru's agricultural exports by 38.8% in January, with a free on board (FOB) value of USD295.2 million. In a statement, the country's Ministry of Agriculture (MINAG) said the growth was assisted by a higher volume of products chosen for export, with better international prices as well. The ministry's Office of Economic and Statistical Studies released data showing fresh grapes represented 18.7% of agricultural exports, while other major contributors such as mango, coffee, asparagus, brown sugar, carmine, paprika and piquillo peppers made up 66%, the story reported.



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