Spain: Eight out of every ten Andalusian vegetables exported until October were from Almería

Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 30, 2023

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Andalusia broke a historical sales record and secured its place as the national leader in vegetable exports in the period from January to October 2023, with a total invoice of 3,181 million euros, a 4% increase year-on-year, and a trade surplus of 2,931 million euros. The province responsible for the new record in Andalusia is Almería, which concentrates 80% of the community's total exports, with 2,546 million euros, and the province of Cádiz showed the best growth in Andalusia, with an increase of 48% in vegetable exports. The Andalusian horticultural industry has become an increasingly strategic sector within the community's agri-food complex, demonstrating high competitiveness in reaching international markets.
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Andalusia breaks a historical sales record and consolidates itself as the national leader in vegetable exports in the period from January to October 2023, thanks to a total invoice of 3,181 million euros and an increase of 4% year-on-year. According to reports from Andalusia TRADE-Business Agency for the Transformation and Economic Development of the Government of Andalusia, the data reveal that the community maintains its leadership in horticultural exports and also concentrates 47% of Spain's total sales, 25 points ahead of the second largest exporter, the Region of Murcia (22.1%), with 1,495 million; and 34 points above the third, the Valencian Community (13.2%), with 894 million. These data have produced a trade surplus totaling 2,931 million euros, and a coverage rate of 1,273%, that is, 771 points above the national rate, which means that Andalusia has sold 13 times more than it has bought. abroad in the first ten months of the year. On the other hand, the province ...
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