Turkish tomato quota statement from the Russian Ministry of Agriculture

Updated Nov 8, 2022
In the statement made by the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, it was stated that Turkey has not yet filled its quota for tomato shipments to Russia this year, and the shipment volume has reached 300 thousand tons for now.
The 2022 quota determined by Russia for Turkish tomatoes is 350 thousand. Oksana Lut, Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Russia, said, "Turkish tomatoes are not competitive in terms of quality and price with us, so we do not see any danger to the market from Turkish producers." Speaking at the Global Fresh Market fair, Deputy Minister stated that tomato quotas are planned to be reduced further in the future. Stating that the production of greenhouse tomatoes increased by 7.7 percent in the first three quarters of the year, Lut noted that the places where tomatoes are grown the most in the country are ...
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