Focused Trade Mission to Peru for Retail and Food Service Products
Jumpstart Your Product Export Sales to Peru
U.S. origin food and agricultural product exports to Peru benefit significantly from the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement (PTPA). The U.S., with a market share of almost 22% is a top supplier of consumer-oriented food products to Peru.
The U.S. enjoys some competitive advantages in the Peruvian food market. The U.S.-PTPA grants duty-free access to two-thirds of all U.S.-origin food and agricultural products, including high-value food products. An active supermarket industry that is promoting increased demand for high-value food products. Growth of new supermarket outlets and convenience stores in Lima’s suburbs and other cities. Appreciation for U.S. food quality and culture. Untapped categories such as refrigerated and frozen products. Increased health consciousness among the Peruvian population. Dynamic growth in foodservice and food processing sectors.
U.S. Food & Agricultural Product Imports to Peru, By the Numbers
U.S. Agricultural Products - US$1.4 billion (2018)
U.S. Consumer-Oriented Foods - US$1.4 billion (2018)
U.S. Processed Foods - US$244.2 million (2019)
By the year 2024, Euromonitor projects the retail sales in the packaged food market in Peru is expected to reach US$11.6 billion, a growth rate of nearly 24%, or US$2.2 billion.
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Register for Two Back-to-Back Missions and Save!
Focused Trade Mission to Brazil July 31-August 1, 2023
Register by the early deadline and receive each mission for only $325. After the early deadline, receive each mission for only $525.*
*Registration for both missions must occur on the same transaction to be eligible for the discount. If one of the mission registrations is cancelled, the discount is forfeited for the remaining mission.
Focused Trade Mission Services Provided
One-on-one meetings with qualified buyers
Pre-event custom product research including market overview, importation and distribution analysis
Market briefing by local USDA, Foreign Agricultural Service
Retail store tour
Translation of up to two pages of materials into local language
Table top showcase and trade reception
Inclusion in Trade Mission brochure containing your company profile, contact details and product lines
On-site assistance by Food Export's In-Market Representative
Our educational webinars provide up-to-date exporter intelligence regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with international buyers, and much more.
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