U.S. Trade with Peru in 2022
Export Market Rank
#26 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
Compound Average Growth
Total Export Value 2013 - 2022
Export Value by Commodity 2022
Top 10 Exports to Peru in 2022
|Commodity||Total Value (USD)||Total Volume (Metric Tons)||10-Year Average Value (USD)||10-Year Growth|
|Cotton||$203.39 Million||62,317||$110.8 Million||59%|
|Dairy Products||$159.62 Million||39,834||$82.64 Million||160%|
|Ethanol (non-bev.)||$152.75 Million||---||$78.78 Million||88%|
|Wheat||$89.94 Million||243,619||$99.67 Million||-56%|
|Soybeans||$86.58 Million||135,849||$62.89 Million||283%|
|Biodiesel & Blends > B30||$74.12 Million||76,159||$23.09 Million||258%|
|Food Preparations||$44.93 Million||6,549||$34.58 Million||98%|
|Other Feeds, Meals & Fodders||$43.39 Million||34,142||$27.93 Million||144%|
|Poultry Meat & Prods. (excl. eggs)||$31.98 Million||28,214||$25.95 Million||153%|
|Beef & Beef Products||$27.29 Million||6,289||$26.38 Million||-16%|
Data and Analysis
Attaché Report (GAIN)
Peru: Cotton Update
Cotton production in Peru is estimated to reach 16,000 MT in CY 2023, increasing 8 percent compared to the previous year.
International Agricultural Trade Report
Opportunities for U.S. Consumer-Oriented Products in Peru
Peru is the third-largest South American market for U.S. consumer-oriented agricultural products. Increasing wealth and lower barriers to entry were facilitated by the implementation of the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement (PTPA), resulting in a 423-percent increase in consumer-oriented exports from $65 million in 2009 to $340 million in 2021.
Attaché Report (GAIN)
Peru: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Export Certificate Report
This report identifies Peru’s import requirements for (foreign) export certificates. Current procedures are highlighted and relevant agencies with oversight of these issues are identified.
News and Features
September 21, 2022
Biden-Harris Administration Invests $178 Million in International Food for Progress Projects
USDA will invest $178 million in seven international development projects on four continents to support U.S. government priorities including promoting climate-smart agriculture, facilitating trade and addressing the root causes of migration in Central America.