Morocco's fresh vegetable exports to the European Union experienced a 43.42% growth during the period between January and September 2013, according to data provided by Euroestacom.
During the period mentioned, Spain's exports increased by around 26.75%, although the difference in volumes between both countries is still quite large. Morocco exported a total of 465.28 million kilos of fresh vegetables to the EU, while Spanish exporters shipped 3,214.55 million kilos.
In terms of value, Morocco's exports made 445.51 million Euro in revenue, compared to the 3,242.55 million Euro achieved by Spain's.
Spain also took the advantage in terms of prices, as the average price of Morocco's vegetables was of 0.957 Euro per kilo, while Spain's reached 1.01 Euro per kilo.