Fruit Juices: Business Figures in 2018

Last year, Central American companies imported fruit and vegetable juices for $133 million, and 63% of the total was bought by companies in Panama, Honduras and El Salvador.

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Regional Purchases Upward
Between 2017 and 2018 the value of imported fruit and vegetable juices in Central America registered a 1% slight increase, rising from $131.8 million to $132.7 million.

Contrary to overall behavior, for the periods concerned imports from the U.S. reported a decline, in this case falling from $30.1 million to $27.5 million.

Panama, Main Central American Buyer
Last year, the main importer in Central America continued to be Panama with $33 million, followed by Honduras with $27 million, El Salvador with $23 million, Costa Rica with $22 million, Guatemala with $15 million, and Nicaragua with $12 million.

U.S., Largest Juice Supplier
During 2018, 21% of the value imported from Central America was from the U.S., 6% from Mexico, 5% from Brazil and 4% from Chile.

For the last seven years Mexico was the market origin of imports that grew the most, given that in 2012 represented 3% of total Central American purchases and in 2018 that proportion reached 6%.

Note: For this report, prepared by CentralAmericaData, SIECA data were used.

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