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Egypt more than doubles fruit and vegetable exports to Canada in 2023

Fruits
Vegetables
Canada
Egypt
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 22, 2024

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In 2023, Egypt significantly increased its exports of fresh, frozen, and dried vegetables and fruits to Canada, more than doubling the previous year's supply. The most notable increase was in the citrus category, with orange supplies increasing ninefold and lemons 6.5 times. Despite this growth, Egypt was the 18th largest supplier of fruits and vegetables to Canada. The growth of Egyptian exports in the Canadian market is a significant achievement given Canada's position as one of the world's largest importers of these goods.
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Canada in 2023 demonstrated one of the most significant growth rates in imports of fresh, frozen and dried vegetables and fruits from Egypt, EastFruit reports. Compared to the previous year, supplies of Egyptian products to the Canadian market more than doubled, and Canada itself turned out to be one of the promising areas for diversifying exports from Egypt, traditionally aimed mainly at the EU countries, the Middle East and Russia. In 2023, Canada imported almost 20 thousand tons of vegetables and fruits from Egypt, which is 144% more than the year before! At the same time, Egypt managed to increase exports to Canada in almost all key positions. Thus, the main increase in exports to the Canadian market was provided by two categories of citrus fruits: Egyptian suppliers over the year increased supplies of oranges by 9 times to 7.6 thousand tons, lemons - by 6.5 times to 2.7 thousand tons, and frozen vegetables - by 45% to 2.5 thousand tons. The export of Egyptian pomegranates and ...
Source: Eastfruit
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