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Poland: A growing performance for Moroccan fruits and vegetables

Fruits
Vegetables
Morocco
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 2, 2024

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Morocco's fruit and vegetable exports are increasingly gaining a foothold in the international market, with Poland emerging as a significant destination, showing an average growth rate of 67% annually over the past five years. Key Moroccan products in the Polish market include greenhouse tomatoes, fresh blueberries, and fresh and frozen raspberries. However, the UK remains the top contributor to Morocco's export earnings, spending $110 million annually, while Canada's imports from Morocco are also growing at a rate of 21% per year.
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Original content

Morocco's exports in the fruit and vegetable sector continue to gain market share internationally. A recent analysis conducted by EastFruit over the past five years revealed trends among the main markets for Moroccan products. While most destinations show strong performance, it is Poland that stands out as the clear leader in terms of export growth rates. Last July, at AgriMaroc.ma we identified Poland as one of the most dynamic markets for Moroccan fruit and vegetable exporters. Across the top 20 sales markets, one trend clearly emerges: with the exception of Russia, all others show positive dynamics. Slight declines were seen towards Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but Poland is emerging as a key destination showing spectacular growth. Over the past five years, Moroccan exporters have seen their shipments of fruits and vegetables to Poland increase by an average of 67% each year, EastFruit continues. Although Poland's share of Morocco's total exports remains modest, representing around ...
Source: Agrimaroc
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