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Exports of fresh agricultural produce in 2007 - $1.34 billion, up 32%

80% of agricultural exports went last year to the EU, 7% to Russia and 6% to the U.S. 2008 exports are expected to drop by a double-digit percentage
17.03.08 / 00:00
Exports of fresh agricultural produce in 2007 - $1.34 billion, up 32%
17.03.08
Exports of fresh agricultural produce in 2007 - $1.34 billion, up 32%

80%  of agricultural exports went last year to the EU, 7% to Russia and 6% to the U.S. 2008 exports are expected to drop by a double-digit percentage
 
According to data released last week by the Agricultural Ministry, exports of fresh agricultural produce form Israel in 2007 totaled $1.34 billion, up 32% from the 2006 figure.
 
The data show that almost all agricultural sectors experienced exports increase, but the largest, a 50% rise, was for citrus fruits, Israel's best-known agricultural export. The largest category was vegetables, making up 43% of exports.
 
Flowers made up 17% and various subtropical and deciduous fruits were another 16%.
Citrus fruits were 9%, various field crops 9%, and the same percentage went for other products such as melons and spices.
 
80% of agricultural exports went last year to the EU, 7% to Russia and 6% to the U.S. 2008 exports are expected to drop by a double-digit percentage due to the frost and other bad weather this year.

 

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