During the first eleven months of 2019, Peru imported 20,349,574 kilos of pears for a CIF value of $16,991,959 dollars, surpassing the 18,117,447 kilos worth $16,330,829 dollars it imported in 2018.
According to the Agrodata Peru website, Chile and Argentina were the country's main suppliers of pears during that period. Chile achieved placements for $8,553,698 and Argentina for $8,332,291. They were followed by the United States with 55,177 dollars, China with 40,924 dollars, and the rest of the origins, with placements for 9,869 dollars.
The main importing companies in the sector were Menflo Hermanos SAC with purchases worth $2,895,052; WSW SA, with $1,821,588; Peque EIRL, with $1,644,337; Honey Fruit Import & Export SAC, with $1,176,931; Fruit coniterick SAC, with $930,407; Fruti LTJ EIRL with $916,843; Sabin Corp SA, with $810,016, and Cencosud Retail Peru SA with $796,136, among others.