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Morocco strengthens its position in the blueberry market in Southeast Asia

Fresh Blueberry
Fruits
Morocco
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 18, 2024

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Moroccan exporters of fresh blueberries increased their supply to Southeast Asia by almost one and a half times in the first eleven months of 2023, delivering 1.4 thousand tons of blueberries to the region. The main export markets for Moroccan blueberries in the region remained Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia, with combined share of about 96%. Southeast Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in the world in terms of increasing imports of fresh berries, and the growth in consumption will continue to be supported by the development of the local economy.
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Morocco strengthened its position in the fresh blueberry market in Southeast Asia in 2023, EastFruit reports. Moroccan exporters of this berry managed not only to update the supply record in this direction, but also to increase the list of countries importing their products in the region. In the first eleven months of 2023, 1.4 thousand tons of fresh blueberries were supplied from Morocco to the Southeast Asia region (excluding Vietnam), which is almost one and a half times more than for the entire previous calendar year. Considering that the main export season for Moroccan blueberries in this direction usually begins in December, the final result for calendar 2023 is expected to be even more significant. The main export markets for Moroccan blueberries in the region remained Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia, whose combined share in the structure of supplies from Morocco in January-November 2023 was about 96%. At the same time, the volumes of Moroccan exports increased both ...
Source: Eastfruit
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