Chile: Fresh Deciduous Fruit Annual

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In Marketing Year (MY) 2019/20, Chile’s fresh apple, table grape, and pear supplies will drop due to drought and a decline in planted area. Fresh apple exports will reach 656,650 MT (metric tons) MY2019/20, a seven percent decrease over MY2017/18, table grape exports will equal 640,000 MT, a three percent decrease over MY2017/18, and fresh pear exports will decrease by 10 percent and total 117,000 MT. The United States remains the top market for Chile’s table grapes accounting for 45 percent of total Chilean table grape exports in MY2018/19.

Chile: Fresh Deciduous Fruit Annual

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