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A 30-fold increase in the export of millet cereals was recorded through the ports of the Krasnodar Territory in Russia

Millet
Published Apr 10, 2024

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In the first quarter of 2024, Russian grain exports saw a notable increase, particularly through the Krasnodar Territory ports, with a significant 30-fold rise in millet cereal exports to China, reaching 1.6 thousand tons. Overall, grain exports climbed by 8% to nearly 13 million tons, distributed across 51 countries. This period marked the resumption of wheat exports to Sri Lanka and Ethiopia, with increased volumes, and the expansion of the export portfolio to new markets such as India, which began importing Russian millet alongside its usual imports of pulses and oilseeds.
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According to the results of the first quarter of 2024, Russian exporters shipped 1.6 thousand tons of millet cereal through the ports of the Krasnodar Territory, which is 30 times more than the volume in the same reporting period of 2023; China became the main importer. This was reported to TASS by the Novorossiysk branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Center for Grain Quality Assessment". “The volume of exports of millet cereals has increased: in the first quarter of 2024, 1.6 thousand tons of millet cereals were sent, which is 30 times more than the export volumes of the same period in 2023. In 2024, 99.9% of millet cereals were sent to China, and in 2023 In 2018, 90% of the grain was sent to Turkey,” the report says. Almost 13 million tons of grain products were exported through the ports of the Krasnodar Territory under the supervision of specialists from the Novorossiysk branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Center for Grain Quality Assessment,” ...
Source: Zol
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