In less than a year, Myanmar exported millions of tons of beans via sea and land transportation

Myanmar [Burma]
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 13, 2023

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Myanmar exported over 1 million tons of bean products worth $865.239 million between April 1 and November 17, 2023, through sea transportation and border trade. Pulses are widely cultivated and are the second most produced crop in Myanmar, with about 20% of the population growing various types of beans and legumes. The export of beans is an important part of Myanmar's agricultural trade, showcasing the country's rich diversity of agricultural products and the significant role of beans in its export economy.
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Data from the Myanmar Ministry of Commerce show that Myanmar exported more than 1 million tons of bean products between April 1 and November 17, 2023. These bean products were exported through both sea transportation and border trade, with a total value of $865.239 million. ​ The cultivation and production of pulses in Myanmar is widely carried out across the country, and pulses have become the second most cultivated and produced crop. About 20% of Myanmar people grow pulses, including rye beans, mung beans, pigeon peas, etc., and at the same time Black-eyed peas, red kidney beans, lima beans, adzuki beans, chickpeas, soybeans, peas and other legumes are also grown. ​ Agricultural products are one of the main goods exported by ...
Source: Foodmate
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