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Greek fruit is a hit in Egypt

Featured Greek fruit is a hit in Egypt

While ELSTAT announced large exports of Greek products to Brazil, apples, peaches, kiwi and plums are gaining the confidence of Egyptian consumers, as these products are experiencing the largest increase in exports to Egypt.

According to a recent study by the Greek Embassy's Cairo Bureau of Economic and Trade Affairs, exports of the above products to Egypt increased from € 11.5 million in 2017 to € 15.87 million in 2018, which translates to an increase of approximately 39% .

The 300% increase in exports of peaches and cherries
The increase in Greek exports to Egypt of apricots, cherries and peaches reaches almost 300%, as from € 1.1 million in 2017, exports increased to € 3.4 million in 2018.
About the same threefold increase in Greek exports to Egypt is recorded by Greek strawberries, which rose from 0.6m euros to about 1.45m euros in a year.
Significant increases are also observed in spoon sweets and vegetables.