In 2023, Moldova sharply increased the export of fresh strawberries, supplies of frozen raspberries and currants fell significantly

Frozen Blackberry
Market & Price Trends
Frozen Strawberry
Published Nov 24, 2023

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In 2023, Moldova saw a significant increase in the export of garden strawberries, with over 2.4 thousand tons being exported, a 70% increase from the previous year. The Russian market accounted for 80% of the external supply of Moldovan strawberries, compared to 60-70% in previous seasons. While fresh raspberries saw a 14% increase in exports, the exports of frozen strawberries decreased by 278% compared to the previous year. Additionally, the export of fresh blackberries decreased by 50%, but the exports of frozen blackberries quadrupled, potentially reaching a hundred tons by the end of 2023. There was no export of fresh blackcurrants this year, and the export of frozen blackcurrants decreased six times. Overall, berry production in Moldova for this year is similar to last year, at 20.5 thousand tons.
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Exports of fresh raspberries from the 2023 harvest amounted to about 722 tons - 14% higher than last year’s level. At the same time, foreign supplies of frozen strawberries compared to last year’s data decreased by 278%, to 237 tons (some of the goods are leftovers from 2022). Read also: In Moldova, new plantations of not all varieties of table grapes will be subsidized Compared to last year, this year's exports of fresh blackberries have fallen by half, to 40 tons. But external supplies of frozen blackberries have quadrupled, but their exports continue and, perhaps, by the end of 2023 will approach a hundred tons. This year, Moldova did not ...
Source: Eastfruit
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