The main buyers were Colombia (66,200 t), Canada (19,900 t), Guatemala (10,000 t), Jamaica (9,000 t), and Mexico (9,000 t), which compensated for cancellations made mainly by Nicaragua (5,300 t) and El Salvador (2,900 t).
For the 2021/22 harvest, cancellations made by Canada exceeded sales by 300 tons.
The result of the sum of the two harvests was below the estimates made by analysts consulted by Dow Jones Newswires, which expected sales between 100 thousand tons and 275 thousand tons in the week.
Shipments abroad totaled 257.4 thousand tons, down 9% compared to the previous week and down 13% compared to the average of the previous four weeks.
The main destinations were Colombia (70,600 t), Philippines (50,400 t), Mexico (33,400 t), Honduras (24,300 t) and Canada (22,700 t).
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