Russia: In 2023, the Novosibirsk region exported grain to 12 countries

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 16, 2024

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In 2023, the Novosibirsk region saw a significant increase in grain exports, rising by 1.5 times to reach 1.19 million tons. The exported grains included a variety of crops such as wheat, barley, peas, and more. The grain was exported to 12 different countries, with China being the primary buyer, accounting for 48% of the exports. Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan were also notable importers, making up 32% and 13% of the exports respectively.
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In 2023, the volume of grain exports from the Novosibirsk region increased 1.5 times and amounted to 1 million 192 thousand tons. According to the Office of Rosselkhoznadzor for the Novosibirsk and Tomsk regions, inspectors of the phytosanitary supervision department controlled and processed more than 28 thousand consignments of grain crops for shipment outside the region. The department clarified that in 2023 the range of exported agricultural crops included shipments of wheat (527.8 thousand tons, 44%), barley (218.6 thousand tons, 18%), peas (149.5 thousand tons, 12.5% ), rapeseed (104.5 thousand tons, 9%), flax (100.5 thousand tons, 8.5%). In addition, the region exported buckwheat, oats, sunflowers, soybeans, rye, lentils and mustard. They accounted for about 91 thousand tons or 8% of exports. “Grain was exported to 12 countries, as well as to Kaliningrad with subsequent shipment for export,” said Andrey Kazhdan, Deputy Head of the Phytosanitary Surveillance Department of the ...
Source: Infopro54
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