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Turkey: Sea snail exports doubled that of anchovies

Frozen Snail
Seafood
Turkiye
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 9, 2024

Tridge summary

In 2023, Turkey exported 2 million 50 thousand 343 kilograms of sea snails, generating a foreign exchange inflow of 22 million 637 thousand 304 dollars, with the top three export destinations being South Korea, China, and Spain. The previous year, in 2022, Turkey exported 2 million 176 thousand 240 kilograms of sea snails, generating 18 million 779 thousand 917 dollars in foreign currency. Additionally, anchovy exports from Turkey in 2023 amounted to 2 million 102 thousand 628 kilograms, generating 11 million 137 thousand 463 dollars, with the top three export destinations being France, Belgium, and Germany. The increase in exports, particularly from the Eastern Black Sea Region, has contributed to the overall growth of sea snail and anchovy exports from Turkey.
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Original content

In 2023, a foreign exchange input of 22 million 637 thousand 304 dollars, equivalent to 2 million 50 thousand 343 kilograms, was obtained from the export of sea snails from Turkey. The first three places in exports were taken by the Republic of South Korea with 916 thousand 200 kilograms equivalent to 11 million 491 thousand 392 dollars, the People's Republic of China with 330 thousand 100 kilograms equivalent to 3 million 884 thousand 944 dollars, and Spain with 398 thousand 27 kilograms equivalent to 3 million 7 thousand 291 dollars. . These countries are Japan with 2 million 201 thousand 904 dollars for 210 thousand 64 kilograms, Taiwan with 2 million 3 thousand 587 dollars for 182 thousand 860 kilograms, Ukraine with 29 thousand 530 dollars for 10 thousand 10 kilograms, and 9 thousand 72 dollars for 775 kilograms. Georgia follows Romania with 4 thousand 756 dollars for 1160 kilograms, Azerbaijan-Nakhichevan with 2 thousand 650 dollars for 216 kilograms, and TRNC with 2 ...
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