According to data prepared by Horotinfo, in the last five years, Germany has increased its tomato purchases from Morocco by 73.16% and reduced its purchases from Spain by 19.09% and from the Netherlands by 26.31%.
According to data from COMTRADE, the Statistics Division of the United Nations (UN), in 2022, Germany imported a total of 633.59 million kilos of tomatoes worth 1,462.56 million euro at an average price of €2.31/kg.
Despite having lowered its sales, the Netherlands continued to be the German market's main tomato supplier in 2022 with a volume of 292.9 million kilos, 104.6 million kilos less than five years earlier (-26.1%), which were sold for a value of 712.06 million euro and an average price of €2.43/kg.
Spain sold 152.64 million kilos of tomatoes to Germany in 2022, i.e., 36.1 million kilos less than in 2018 (-19.09%). Spanish tomato exports to Germany in 2022 amounted to 348.17 million euro and an average price of €2.28/kg.
Morocco is still the German market's third tomato supplier after having sold 70.65 million kilos to this destination in 2022, i.e., 29.85 million kilos more than in 2018 (+73.16%), for 147.42 million euro and an average price of €2.09/kg.