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Spain: Andalusia achieves a historical record and leads fruit and vegetable exports

Andalucía logra un récord histórico y lidera las exportaciones hortofrutícolas
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Vegetables
Fruits
Spain
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Sep 28, 2022
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Andalusia has achieved a "historic export record" in fruit and vegetables during the first seven months of 2022, with 4,648 million euros in sales and a growth of 9.4% compared to the same period of the previous year, which keeps the community as the leader in exports of the sector in Spain.
This has been indicated in a note by Extenda-Andalucía Exportation and Foreign Investment on the occasion of its participation in the 'Fruit Attraction' fair, at the IFEMA in Madrid for the international promotion of companies in the fruit and vegetable sectors and the Auxiliary fruit and vegetable industry in Andalusia. According to data from Extenda, Andalusian and Andalusian fruit exports during the first seven months of the year have accounted for 44% of the national total, and in addition, Andalusia registers a "historical surplus of 4,043 million, which means that it sells 7, 7 times more than what he buys abroad.” According to Extenda data, Andalusian fruit and Andalusian exports during the first seven months of the year accounted for 44% of the national total In this way, Andalusia continues to lead ahead of the Valencian Community, which almost doubles in exports (2,424 million) and which sees its figures drop by 6% (22.8% of the total); and Murcia, which registers 1,922 ...
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