New report from Datamyne covers players, trends in a  leading US-Chile trade sector

The Chilean Fresh Fruit Exporters Association (ASOEX) is projecting growth in exports for the 2010-11 season: from a 2% increase in apples to a 40% boost for kiwifruit, to a whopping 71% jump in cherry exports.

According to ASOEX’s mid-April report, shipments of table grapes are running about 5% higher than last year (when an early freeze lowered volumes), with Crimson, Red Globe and Autumn Royal predominant in the late March/early April harvesting.

The US is a top market for the bounty of fruits Chile exports, taking 37% of the total shipped in the 2009-10 season.

The top market’s top pick of Chilean fruit is fresh grapes. And the Chilean fruit is far and away the top pick for imported grapes in the US.

Datamyne has just released a Tops in Trade Report on US imports of Chilean fresh grapes that provides a statistical snapshot of this trade, including the five-year trend in import volumes, the top shippers, consignees and carriers, as well as monthly volumes and quarterly prices, based on 2010 bill-of-lading trade data.

Tops in Trade: US Fresh Grapes Imports from Chile, in a downloadable pdf, can be purchased here.

(You can see free samples of our Tops in Trade Reports – including one on US imports of grapes from third-ranked source Peru – here.)

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