Peru: Pulses Situation Update

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For calendar year (CY) 2022, Post forecasts pulses area harvested will increase by 3 percent and production will total 295,000 metric tons (MT) as a response to high international prices and shorter supply. Post estimates CY 2022 pulse imports to decrease to 40,000 MT due to higher domestic production, higher pulse prices, existing stocks, higher freight costs, and a strong U.S. dollar. The United States continues to be the second largest supplier for Peru’s pulse imports.

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