According to data provided by the Commission that Promotes Peruvian Exports and Tourism (Promperú), Superfoods Peru has reached commercial agreements worth 13 million dollars in Central America. The businesses will be carried out with the Dominican Republic, Panama, and Guatemala, with sales mainly directed to the Horeca sector, a segment that brings together hotels, restaurants, and cafeterias that supply food focused on local consumers and tourism industries.
The most demanded products promoted with the Super Foods Peru brand were blueberries, avocados, tangerines, grapes, asparagus, maca, aguaymanto, quinoa, chia, and beans, among others.
This activity, which was organized by the Commercial Office of Peru Abroad of Panama and Promperu, was carried out to consolidate the country's positioning as a producer of fresh, Andean grains, functional foods, spices, pulp derivatives, and preserves.
Peruvian exports to Central America in 2018 amounted to 252 million dollars, 19% of which corresponded to Panama, 11% to the Dominican Republic, 9% to Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, and Honduras, and 5% to Guatemala.