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Mango: Perú espera una buena campaña pese al fenómeno de El Niño



































Los productores peruanos de mango antes del inicio de floración se mostraban positivos para la campaña 2015/2016, a pesar de la amenaza latente del fenómeno de El Niño.






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Ahora la temporada ya está próxima a comenzar, y se prevé una buena producción, confirmó a Portalfruticola.com el gerente general de la Asociación Peruana de Productores y Exportadores de Mango (APEM), Juan Carlos Rivera.






Rivera especificó que no se trata de una campaña récord como la que tuvieron hace dos años, pero que sí se espera una buena temporada que podría llegar a las 140 mil toneladas.






Agregó que el fenómeno de El Niño que se esperaba con gran cobertura, no les ha afectado en sus cultivos de mango y que tomaron las medidas preventivas necesarias en el caso que las lluvias amenazaran la producción.



“Se han tomado precauciones para proteger el patrimonio de la industria y también a las personas”, dijo, y destacó que si para esta campaña no lloviera, se hablaría de una producción excelente.




En términos de exportación, el año pasado Perú envió el 50% de su producción a otros países, superando a otros años en los cuales se llegó al 30%. Sin embargo, explicó que para esta temporada aún es difícil dar una cifra estimativa del volumen que se podría destinar a exportaciones.




Además, agregó que el mango es un producto que se envía tanto como fruta fresca y como procesada, y que en este último, cumple una función importante para las exportaciones, principalmente destinadas a EE.UU. y Europa.






En cuanto al mercado chileno –que se presenta como destino interesante para el mango importado-, Rivera señaló que ya se aceptó el mango peruano dentro de la dieta de ese país, pero que aún puede producirse una evolución en cuanto a la mejora y calidad del producto.

“Los chilenos aún no prueban el mejor mango de Piura, que puede llegar a ser algo mucho mejor”, concluyó.

















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Alphonso




Alphonso (mango)
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• On December 11, 2016 • 



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