Turkey and China, the main exporters in the global mandarin market, are expected to significantly increase their overseas supplies with rapidly expanding production in 2022. This year, productions in Turkey and China are expected to increase by 9% in year-on-year to reach 1.8 million tonnes and 12% y/y to 28 million tonnes, respectively, due to favorable weather conditions and larger harvested areas.
LOS ANGELES, 02 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global production of mandarins and clementines is forecast to increase 2.8% year-on-year to 39 million tonnes, driven mainly by expected favorable weather conditions and increased area and yields in China, Turkey and Morocco, reveals a market research report published by IndexBox. Exports from these countries are expected to accelerate, driven by strong demand from the EU and the United States, where production is expected to fall due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Turkey, one of the world’s top mandarin orange exporters, will increase its overseas supplies by 11% YoY to 1m tonnes this year, while China’s exports will increase by 5% YoY annually to reach more than 900,000 tons. In 2022, mandarin production in Turkey and China is expected to increase by 9% y/y to 1.8 million tonnes and 12% y/y to 28 million tonnes, respectively. Exports from Morocco are expected to increase by 8% year-on-year to 500,000 tonnes, with Russia accounting for more than 30% of total shipments and thus remaining the top buyer of Moroccan mandarins.
Global Mandarin Exports by country
In 2020, the volume of mandarins, mandarins, clementines, satsumas exported worldwide amounted to 5.5 M tonnes, up 4.8% compared to 2019. In value terms, exports of mandarins and clementines soared to $5.8 billion.
Spain (1.3M tons), followed far behind by Turkey (872K tons), China (714K tons), Pakistan (463K tons), Morocco (450K tons) and South Africa (389K tons) were the largest exporters of tangerines, tangerines, clementines, satsumas, which together account for 77% of total supplies. Peru (215,000 tons), Chile (182,000 tons), Israel (124,000 tons), Greece (117,000 tons) and the Netherlands (103,000 tons) took a relatively small share of total exports.
By value, Spain ($1.6 billion), China ($1.2 billion) and Turkey ($444 million) accounted for 56% of global supplies. Morocco, South Africa, Peru, Chile, Pakistan, the Netherlands, Israel and Greece are a little behind, accounting for an additional 32%.
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Companies mentioned in the report
Jinan Gogo International Trade Co., Jinan Wolf Foodstuffs Co., Zhangzhou Great Land Foods Co., Tianjin Kunyu International Co., Laiwu Manhing Fruit Vegetables Corporation, Laiwu Manhing Fruit Vegetables Corporation, Deyang Asnn Spring Industrial Co., Shandong Guanghua Agricultural Product Co. . ., Agrofortex Fruits And Vegetables SL, Gambin, Amefruits Sl, Greenfood Iberica, Piben Fruits Sl, Terrabona Coop. V, Frutéate, Pro Cit Adau, SL, Group Impex Ltd, Kurt Quality Citrus Fruits Ltd., Maquinaria Hortofrutícola Emf SL, Busconaranjas, Citrisol Sociedad Cooperativa, Citricos Industriales Cuello, SL
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