According to the Agrodata Peru website, between January and September of this year, Peru exported 205,166 kilos of fresh custard apples and soursop for an FOB value of US $534,406.
It should be noted that the results obtained up until September, three months before the end of this year, already exceed the 140,396 kilos volume and US $376,350 valued achieved throughout 2017.
According to Agrodata Peru, the main destination of these fruits (in the aforementioned period of this year) was Chile, with US $440,000. It was followed by Spain (with US $29,000), Canada (US $17,000), Italy (US $16,000), and the Netherlands (with US $13,000).
The leading exporting company was Union de Negocios Corporativos SAC, with sales of US $326,000. It was followed by Bio Frutos SAC, with sales that totaled US $115,000, Tropical New Dimension SAC, with US $15,000, and Inca Invest SAC, with US $7,000.