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Demand for Medjoul dates is on the rise

Although demand for Medjoul dates is increasing every year, supply is keeping up with demand. In Israel, where the majority of Medjoul dates are grown, the 2017 yield was 10% higher than the previous year.



“Galilee Export, one of the biggest Israeli exporters of fresh produce and dates expects both these trends to continue”, says Alina Iefimova, Key Account Manager at Galilee Export. The fact that there are sufficient Medjoul dates on the market means prices are also remaining stable. This company has also increased its export volume of Medjoul by 50% in the current season. They have done so is in order to meet the growing demand from the market.



This Israeli exporter sells these dates year-round, thanks to its long shelf-life when stored appropriately. “Sales of Medjoul dates peak during the spring months”, says Alina.  Galilee Export focuses on the sale of consumer-format packaging, ranging in size from 180g to 1kg net fruit weight.

Galilee Export will be at the upcoming Fruit Logistica 2018 which is to be held in Berlin from 7 - 9 February. They will present Medjoul dates as well as all their other products. These include avocado, citrus, pomegranates, mangoes, lychees as well as organic fruit.

Visit their stand at City Cube, Hall b, C18.

For more information:
Alina Iefimova
Galilee Export

Tel: +972 36 53 90 36
Mob: +972 54 485 9377
galilee@galil-export.com
www.galilee-export.com


Publication date: 2/1/2018
Author: Sander Bruins Slot
Copyright: www.freshplaza.com


 


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