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Turkey sent 1112 tons of chili peppers to 20 countries in 3 months

Dried Whole Chili Pepper
Vegetables
Turkiye
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 13, 2024

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In the first quarter of this year, Turkey's chili pepper exports saw a significant increase, reaching $3.597 million, a 24% rise compared to the same period last year, with exports extending to 67 countries. The total exports for the previous year amounted to $12.226 million, catering to 99 countries, with Germany, the USA, and the Netherlands being the top importers. This growth in exports is particularly encouraging for producers and exporters, especially in the aftermath of the challenges posed by natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. The industry is optimistic about a productive season ahead and anticipates continued expansion in the global market, underscoring the increasing international demand for Turkish chili peppers.
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Chili peppers worth 3 million 597 thousand dollars were exported from Turkey to 67 countries in the first 3 months of this year. According to the data of the Southeastern Anatolia Exporters' Association, 12 million 226 thousand dollars worth of chili pepper exports were made from Turkey to 99 countries last year. In the first quarter of this year, this figure increased by 24 percent and reached 3 million 597 thousand dollars. This is for 67 countries, including Germany, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, England, Iraq, France, USA, Russia, United Arab Emirates, Libya, Canada, People's Republic of China, Oman, Japan, Bulgaria, Ghana, Mozambique, Cuba and Morocco. 1112 tons of chili peppers were sent in the first quarter of the year. On a country basis, Germany ranked first in chili pepper exports with 573 thousand dollars. This country was followed by the United States of America with 514 thousand dollars and the Netherlands with 511 thousand dollars. Şanlıurfa Commodity Exchange Assembly ...
Source: Urfanatik
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