Brazilian fruit exports have been resisting the pandemic’s fallout and are up 2.8% in volume through October from the same period of 2019. Revenues fell 1.9%, to $577 million, partly because of currency oscillations. Shipments slowed down a little in October, but are expected to pick up with greater demand for healthy fruits and the bulk of the lemon, melon and mango crops coming to market. Those are Brazil’s top fruit exports, which go mostly to Europe.
Source: Valor International