The World Health Organization estimates that in 2016, chileans imported 1.6 million tonnes of red wine.
Red wine is the primary source of Chileans income, accounting for $11.5 billion in GDP in 2017.
Chileans red wine is exported to several countries around the world, including Italy, Australia, Japan and New Zealand.
Chiles export to the US grew by 2.5% in 2018, and Chile is one of the top exporters to the U.S. The United States and Chile are Chile’s largest trade partners.
According to the 2017 U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization report, Chile is the fifth-largest exporter of fresh fruit and vegetables in the world and fifth-best in the region for fruit and vegetable imports.
The number of Chilean fruits and vegetables grown in the United States has grown by nearly 50% since 1980.
In 2017, Chile produced over $2.7 billion in fresh fruit.
According in the report, Chileans produce about 40% of the world’s fresh fruit in the Americas and about 35% of its fresh vegetables.
Chilias wine industry is estimated to be worth $2 billion per year.
According the 2018 UNFPA data, the export value of Chilean red wine in the U-20s is estimated at $1.5bn, up from $924 million in 2018.
According Chiles trade statistics, in 2018 it exported more than $1 billion worth of products.
According Reuters, the United Nations World Trade Organization considers chileas wine to be the world leader in the production of red and white wines.