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Bolivia Dried Food Industry Outlook 2022 - 2026

See how Bolivia Dried Food performed compared to key markets such as Thailand, Germany and the United States.

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Bolivian exports of dried fruit are expected to reach around $229,000 by 2026. This figure would be up from $214,000 in 2021, representing an average annual growth rate of 1.1%. Since 1997, Bolivian supply has declined by nearly 5% per year. In 2021, the country ranked 76th in the world, with Macedonia ahead at $214,000. The top three countries in this ranking were Germany, the United States and Chile. Meanwhile, imports of dried fruit into Bolivia are projected to reach around $337,000 by 2026. This would be up from $307,000 in 2021, representing an average annual growth rate of 1.6%. Since 1997, Bolivian demand has increased by 8% annually. In 2021, the country was ranked 102nd in the world, with Nicaragua leading the way at $307,000. The second, third and fourth countries in this ranking were Germany, the United Kingdom and China.

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