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Over 80% of domestic frozen strawberries come from Egypt, and fresh strawberries are expected to be admitted

Frozen Strawberry
Fruits
China
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 23, 2024

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Egypt has solidified its position as China's largest supplier of frozen strawberries for the fifth consecutive year, accounting for over 80% of the market share. From January to November 2023, Egypt's exports to China surpassed the total of the previous year, indicating a diversification in Egypt’s fruit and vegetable exports. The demand for these frozen strawberries in China is primarily driven by the jam, juice, dairy, and canned fruit processing industries. The article also includes a copyright notice from the International Fruit and Vegetable Report, reserving all rights and requiring permission for any reprints.
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According to foreign media reports, Egypt’s share of China’s imported frozen strawberry market is constantly expanding and has occupied more than 80% of the market share. From January to November 2023, Egypt’s exports to China have exceeded the previous year’s total , Egypt has become China’s largest supplier of frozen strawberries for the fifth consecutive year. Yevhen Kuzin, a market analyst for the fruit and vegetable industry at EastFruit, said, “Six years ago, China was the world’s fourth largest exporter of frozen strawberries, with export volume far surpassing Egypt. But the situation has changed dramatically since then. Last year, Egypt’s export volume of frozen strawberries was more than China has several times more. In fact, China’s import and export volume of frozen strawberries is almost the same now.” From 2018 to 2022, Egypt's frozen strawberry exports to China increased tenfold. In the first 11 months of 2023, Egypt exported nearly 35,000 tons of frozen strawberries ...
Source: Guojiguoshu
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