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Less than 1% of Australia's fresh produce goes to Russia

In last 12 months Australia has exported various fruits to Russia. However in overall context this is less than 1 per cent of Australia’s export volume & value of fresh produce. The value of exports is A$12 million.

Australian exports to Russia:
Product
Tonnes
Table Grapes
1,256
Mandarins
1,010
Oranges
301
Mangoes
147
Nectarines
98
Cherries
66
Almond
396

"Our export volumes to Russia are quite small although they have been growing off a small base and making some good gains in counter seasonal supplies," said Wayne Prowse from Fresh Intelligence Consulting. "The main lines are table grapes, citrus, mangoes, cherries and nectarines. We also exported a much larger volume of Almonds last season compared to previous years."

New Zealand
Another product from New Zealand, onions, has not been exported directly to Russia in the last 15 seasons approximately, there was a couple of attempts prior to this. Martin Tribe from NZ Growers said that NZ can't compete on the Russian market with onions.


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