Soups: Salvadoran Companies, Main Importers

In the second quarter of 2021, Salvadoran companies were positioned in the region as the main importers with $15.9 million and the supplier country was Guatemala with 37.64%.

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Soups and Preparations Imports in Central America Al December 31st, 2021  

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Salvadoran Companies, Main Buyers
From January to June 2021, the main importer of soups and their preparations in Central America was El Salvador with $15.9 million, followed by Guatemala with $10.5 million, Nicaragua with $10.2 million, Honduras with $8.4 million, Panama with $5.5 million, and Costa Rica with $5.1 million.

For the period in question, Panamanian imports increased 28.54% in interannual terms, Costa Rican imports 8.13%, Honduran imports 10.65% and Guatemalan imports 9.13%.

Purchases from El Salvador and Nicaragua decreased by 3.27% and 4.91%, respectively.

Main Suppliers to the Central American Market
In the first six months of 2021, 37.64% of the value imported from Central America came from Guatemala, 29.78% from the USA, 17.29% from Mexico, 6.3% from El Salvador and 2.95% from China.

In the period in question in recent years, regional purchases from Mexican companies have gained ground, since in 2012 they represented 11.15% of total imports and in June 2021 this proportion rose to 17.29%.

Variation in Regional Imports
Between January and June 2019 and the same period of 2021 the imported value of soups and their preparations registered an increase of 5.24%, going from $55.5 million to $58.4 million.

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