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Moldova exported table grapes to a record number of countries in 2023

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Fruits
Moldova
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Published Feb 20, 2024

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In 2023, Moldova experienced a significant growth in its table grape exports, with an 11% increase in volume and a 33% increase in value from the previous year, exporting 84.55 thousand tons valued at $75.67 million. The country expanded its export destinations from 23 to 33 countries, adding new markets such as Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia, Italy, Lithuania, the UAE, Hong Kong, Kyrgyzstan, and Albania. Despite the European Parliament allowing Moldovan grape exporters tariff-free and unrestricted access to the EU market, they are required to meet the EU's stringent quality and safety standards.
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In 2023, exports of table grapes from Moldova increased significantly compared to 2022. Producers managed to increase the volume of exported grapes by about 11%, and the value by almost 33%. Such data were presented by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry of the Republic of Moldova, MOLDPRES reports. Thus, in 2023, 84.55 thousand tons of grapes were exported with a total value of $75.67 million (average price per kg of $0.9 dollars), according to the Customs Service. Read also: Moldovan farmers need to change their table grape export strategy In 2023, the geography of exports expanded significantly: supplies were to 33 countries compared to 23 countries in 2022. Among the new destinations are Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia, Italy, Lithuania, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Kyrgyzstan, Albania. According to the decision of the European Parliament, Moldovan grape exporters can gain ...
Source: Eastfruit
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