This year began with blueberries in the United States market selling for USD 3,42 as of January 01, 2022. At that time, most of the fruit came in from Peru, with 3.478.132 pounds, Chile with 2.176.405 and Mexico, with 1.928.496 pounds.
After this came a significant drop in prices, reaching its lowest point on March 5, 2022, the day when the blueberry was priced at only USD 2,34, mainly affecting the fruit that arrived from Chile, which reached 10.227.902 7.472.762 pounds, that of Mexico, with 3.031.340 and that of Peru.
The highest value was reached on March 19, 2022, mainly benefiting blueberry shipments from Mexico, which placed 7.269.753 pounds that day, from Chile, with 4.380.854, Peru, with 1.792.381, California , with 746.097 and Florida, with 743.873 pounds received in the North American market.
The lowest value of the year so far was USD 2,05, reached on August 13, 2022, which affected fruit from Canada, with 10.383.264 pounds, Oregon, with 3.941.625, and Washington, with 3.513.789. 2.860.778, Peru, with 2.101.175 and Michigan, with 2021 pounds.