Argentina: Fresh Deciduous Fruit Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   AR2021-0027

For MY 2021/22, Post forecast fresh deciduous fruit production is estimated to remain relatively stable at 570,000 MT for fresh apples and 590,000 MT for fresh pears, compared to MY 2020/21. Apple exports are expected to increase to 100,000 MT and pear exports are projected to decrease to 310,000 MT. Exporters continue to be negatively affected by lack of competitiveness in international markets to relative to southern hemisphere competitors, due to domestic economic and financial conditions. The COVID-19 pandemic has had no major impact on the apple and pear industries due to public-private coordination on stringent health protocols.

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