Morocco: second supplier of Spanish oranges

In 2020, Morocco ranked as the second most important supplier of Spanish oranges, with more than 44,370 tons exported, according to the data from the Estacom statistics service (Icex-Tax Agency). Its sales of oranges increased by more than 378.31% in 5 years, for a value of 32.1 million euros [38.5 million USD] and an average price of 0.72 €/kg [0.86 USD/kg].

It is Portugal that ranks first with a total volume of 67,810 tons, which is 165.45% more in 5 years for a value of 61.87 million euros [74.26 million USD] and an average price of 0.91 €/kg [1.09 USD/kg].

South Africa ranks third with 20,280 tons of oranges, which is 7.23% more in 5 years, for a value of 17.96 million euros [21.56 million USD] and a price of 0.88 €/kg [1.06 USD/kg].

The Netherlands are the fourth supplier with a total of 19,400 tons exported, thus an increase of 86.75% in 5 years for a value of 17.04 million euros [20.45 million USD] and an average price of 0.88 €/kg [1.06 USD/kg].

Finally, Argentina ranks fifth with a volume of 7,430 tons in 2020, which is 77.31% less in 5 years. The value of the shipments represents 6.4 million euros [7.68 million USD] for an average price of 0.86 €/kg [1.03 USD/kg].

Source: agrimaroc.ma 


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