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Peru: Pulses Situation Update

For calendar year (CY) 2022, Post forecasts pulses area harvested will increase by 3 percent and production will total 295,000 metric tons (MT) as a response to high international prices and shorter supply. Post estimates CY 2022 pulse imports to decrease to 40,000 MT due to higher domestic production, higher pulse prices, existing stocks, higher freight costs, and a strong U.S. dollar.
Throughout mid 2021 to early 2022, FAS Lima conducted twelve activities under the "Eat More Pulses" campaign to promote consumption of pulses nationwide. The goal of the campaign is to expand the Peruvian market for pulses.
Those seeking to take advantage of the tariff benefits stemming from the U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement should ensure their products comply with rules-of-origin requirements to avoid fines and back duty assessments.
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Peru: US Pulse Exports to Peru Up Significantly in 2020

In 2020, Peru ranked as the eighth largest destination for U.S. pulses in terms of both volume and value as the COVID-19 pandemic drove domestic demand higher, boosted by consumers' focus on a healthier, more economic, and balanced diet.
There is currently a surge in demand for pulses (canary beans, navy beans, lentils, green peas and chickpeas) in Peru.
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Peru: Pulse Annual

Peru is becoming South America’s leading importer of pulses in the region.
Chile is the top market for U.S. “consumer oriented products” in South America.
On October 20, FAS Lima and the U.S. Dry Pea and Lentil Council (USDPLC) hosted a cooking demo and seminar showcasing pulse flour as an ingredient at a well-known chef’s school in Lima.
On April 14, 2017, Mexico’s Secretariat of Economy (SE) announced that it will allow a total of 100,000 metric tons (MT) of dry bean to be imported duty-free under a tariff rate quota (TRQ).
Peru is one of the top markets for pulses in Latin America. A staple of the Peruvian diet, consumption is steady and driven by tradition, affordability, and the view that it is a healthy protein....
The Dominican Republic is scheduling the import of Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs) established under the CAFTA-DR for rice and powdered milk for Calendar Year 2017 (CY17).
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Mexico: 2016 International Year of Pulses

To build upon the global efforts of the FAO, USDA’s Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Mexico City, in coordination with the U.S. Dry Bean Council and the U.S. Dry Pea and Lentil Council...