Kazakhstan increased exports of garlic and onions almost 2.5 times in the first quarter

Published Jun 18, 2024

Tridge summary

In the first quarter of this year, Kazakhstan's vegetable exports surged, with a notable increase in demand from Pakistan for onions and garlic, leading to an 11-fold rise in exports. Kazakhstan exported 432.8 thousand tons of vegetables, earning $68.2 million. Potato exports increased 2.5 times, primarily to Uzbekistan, while onion and garlic sales rose 2.4 times, with Pakistan purchasing over 100 thousand tons. Other importers included Poland, Georgia, UAE, Iraq, and Estonia. Pea exports nearly doubled, although exports of tomatoes, lentils, and chickpeas declined.
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The demand for onions and garlic from Kazakhstan has increased sharply in Pakistan. The export of these vegetables has increased almost 11 times, LS reports. During the first quarter of this year, 432.8 thousand tons of vegetables were exported from the Republic of Kazakhstan. This is 2.1 times more than in the same period last year. Farmers earned $68.2 million from supplies. Potato supplies increased 2.5 times, to 213.4 thousand tons ($25.6 million). Uzbekistan became a major buyer - 172.7 thousand tons (+2.1 times). The vegetable was also exported to Tajikistan - 17.5 thousand tons (+6.2 times), Turkmenistan - 22.9 thousand tons (+68.6 times). Sales of onions and garlic increased by 2.4 times (134.3 thousand tons). Pakistan purchased more than 100 thousand tons, which is 10.8 times more than last year. Also importers were Poland - 6.2 thousand tons (+48.4 times), Georgia - 4.6 thousand tons, UAE - 2.8 thousand tons, Iraq - 903.5 tons, and Estonia - 659.9 tons. Read also: ...
Source: Eastfruit
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