Russia: Grain exports to the Stavropol region increased by 36% in 2023

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 26, 2023

Tridge summary

The Stavropol Territory has exported 823.729 thousand tons of grain products so far this year, compared to 529.8 thousand tons during the same period in 2022, which is a 55.4% increase. The majority of the exported grain was sent to Azerbaijan and Armenia, with a total of 467.296 thousand tons and 116.083 thousand tons, respectively. In addition to these countries, grain products from the Stavropol Territory were also supplied to 12 other countries around the world, including Belarus, Israel, Afghanistan, Turkey, Georgia, Iraq, Iran and Pakistan.
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Original content

Since the beginning of this year, 823.729 thousand tons of grain products have been exported from the Stavropol Territory. This was reported by the North Caucasus Interregional Department of Rosselkhoznadzor. For comparison, during the same period in 2022, 529.8 thousand tons of grain were exported to other countries, which is 55.4% less than this year. “The most grain was sent to countries such as Azerbaijan (467.296 thousand tons of wheat, corn, barley, millet, oats and peas), Armenia (116.083 thousand tons of wheat, corn, barley, sunflower, peas, rice, lentils and rapeseed)” , says the message. In addition, 155.701 thousand tons of rapeseed, flax, mustard, soybeans and sunflower were exported to Belarus. In total, grain products from the ...
Source: Zol
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