Fruit Juices: Why did Imports Go Down?

From January to September 2019, companies in the region bought fruit and vegetable juices abroad for $95 million, 5% less than in the same period in 2018, mainly due to the drop-in imports from Honduras and El Salvador.

Monday, February 17, 2020

Fruit and Vegetable Juice Imports in Central America Al December 31st, 2020  

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Regional Purchases Increase
Between the first nine months of 2018 and the same period in 2019, the value of fruit and vegetable juice imports into Central America registered a 5% drop, from $101 million to $95 million.

Panama, Main Central American Buyer

From January to September of this year the main importer in Central America continued to be Panama with $26 million, followed by Honduras with $17 million, El Salvador with $16 million, Costa Rica with $15 million, Guatemala with $11 million and Nicaragua with $10 million.

In the case of the year-on-year change in purchases, for the period in question Nicaragua and Panama registered increases of 7% and 5%, respectively. El Salvador recorded a 17% drop, followed by Honduras with 14%, Guatemala with 3% and Costa Rica with 2%.
 
The United States, the Largest Supplier of Juices
In the first nine months of last year, 21% of the value imported from Central America came from the USA, 7% from Mexico, 4% from Chile and 2% from Brazil.

For the months under analysis in the last eight years, Mexico has been the market of origin of imports that grew the most, since in 2012 it represented 3% of total Central American purchases and in 2018 that proportion reached 7%.

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

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