Peach and nectarine production forecasts for 2024 in Europe

Published May 25, 2024

Tridge summary

The European peach-nectarine production forecast for 2024 predicts a 4% increase from 2023, totaling 3.4 million tons. France, Spain, Italy, and Greece are expected to dominate the production with France at 229,540 tonnes, Spain at 1.5 million tons, Italy at 1 million tonnes, and Greece at 369,000 tons. French production remains strong despite drought, while Spain and Italy are projecting slight increases. Greek production is estimated to rise by 8% from 2023, reaching nearly 370,000 tons. However, the production of pitted peaches in Greece is expected to remain stable at 345,000 tonnes.
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Original content

Forecasts of European peach-nectarine production for 2024 were announced on Tuesday (21/5) at the Europech Forum, held as part of the Medfel exhibition in Perpginan, France. According to them, it is predicted that the total European production of table peaches, nectarines and stone peaches will reach 3.4 million tons, increased by 4% compared to 2023. The production of table peaches is estimated to reach 230,000 tons, an increase of 5% compared to 2023. Although drought is still present in the Roussillon region, the outlook is for good production. Estimates call for a French production of table peaches to reach 114,280 tonnes, nectarines to 115,250 tonnes and stone peaches to 3,848 tonnes. Total French production will reach 229,540 tonnes. This year Spain is expected to have a production of 1.5 million tons, showing an increase of 1% compared to last year. In particular, we have Spanish production of table peaches 114,282 tons, flat peaches 310,873 tons, nectarines 590,896 tons ...
Source: Agrotypos
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