Frutas y HortalizasJun. 16, 2022
USDA: producción mundial de peras crecerá 900 mil toneladas y alcanzará 23,5 millones de toneladas
World production for 2021/22 is expected to rise over 900,000 tons to 23.5 million as recovering supplies in China more than offset weather‐related losses in the European Union. Imports are projected down on reduced demand from Russia.
China production is projected up 1.5 million tons to a record 18.0 million as Hebei province rebounds from last year’s severe frost and Xinjiang province experiences a bumper crop. Exports are expected to modestly rebound on higher supplies, spurred by higher shipments to Indonesia. However, COVID‐19‐related shipping challenges are expected to hinder shipments to other Asia markets, keeping exports at 500,000 tons, a gain of 20,000.
EU production is expected to see a drop of over 25 percent to 1.7 million tons as snow, frost, and cold temperatures impacted crops for several top producer Member States, especially Italy and France. Exports are expected to decline 20 percent to 300,000 tons, a fourth straight year of declines. Lower domestic supplies will propel imports higher to 185,000 tons.
U.S. production is expected to rise 40,000 tons to 633,000, as gains in California and Oregon offset losses in Washington. Both Washington and Oregon saw high temperatures and low rainfall, but late summer rain led to good quality fruit. USDA’s NASS surveyed industry and updated U.S. production in the May 2022 Noncitrus Fruits and Nuts 2021 Summary report. Exports are projected nearly flat at 107,000 tons as gains to Mexico are offset by reduced shipments to other top markets. Imports are lower at 70,000 tons as higher domestic supplies are anticipated to dampen demand for Southern Hemisphere supplies.
World pear production here: https://chilealimentos.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Pears_WRM_Usda.pdf
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