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Analysis of the global market for dried fruits and vegetables in 2012-2016, the forecast for 2017-2021

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BusinesStat estimates that from 2012 to 2016, sales of dried fruits and vegetables in the world increased by 18.4%: from 8.25 to 9.77 million tons. An annual growth of 2.4-5.7% was observed. The growth of global demand for these products is due to its naturalness, ease of transportation, long shelf life and a wide range of applications. Dried fruits are consumed without additional processing, added to cereals and breakfast cereals, used for baking bread, making various sweets, for making beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). Dried vegetables are actively used in the preparation of soups, meat and fish dishes, various sauces and seasoning mixes.

In 2012-2016, China was the largest consumer of dried fruits and vegetables in the world. In 2016, 1.15 million tons of this product was sold in the country, which corresponded to 11.73% of the global sales volume. The second place in sales in 2016 was occupied by India with a natural indicator of 0.92 million tons, which accounted for 9.37% of total sales. The third place belonged to Brazil, where 0.50 million tons of dried fruits and vegetables were sold (5.10%).

In 2017-2021, the market will continue to grow at an average rate of 3.8% per year. According to the results of 2021, sales of dried vegetables and fruits in the world will amount to 11.78 million tons, which will exceed the value of 2016 by 20.6%. In the forecast years, some changes will occur in the sales structure of dried vegetables and fruits in the countries of the world. China will continue to occupy the leading position, in 2021 its share in the total sales volume of this product in the world will be 11.53%. The second place in this indicator in 2021 will be maintained by India with a share of 10.45% of all sales. Brazil will go down to fourth place with a share of 4.86%, while the United States will rise to the third place in the ranking of countries (5.02%).

"Analysis of the global market for dried fruits and vegetables in 2012-2016, forecast for 2017-2021" includes the most important data necessary to understand the current global market conditions and assess the prospects for its development:

Economy and population

Production of dried vegetables and fruits

Sales of dried fruits and vegetables

External and internal trade in dried vegetables and fruits

Import and export of dried fruits and vegetables

Foreign trade prices of dried vegetables and fruits

The review provides current data for more than 100 countries of the world and a forecast for the 25 leading countries of the world market for dried fruits and vegetables.

Leading countries: Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Great Britain, Germany, India, Iran, Spain, Italy, Kazakhstan, Canada, China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, United States of America, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Uzbekistan, France, Chile, South Africa, Japan.

The review provides details on import-export by types of dried fruits and vegetables:

Dried vegetables, including:

Dried onions

Dried champignons

Other dried mushrooms

Other dried vegetables and mixes

Dried fruits, including:

Raisins

Dried plums (prunes)

Dried apricots (dried apricots)

Dried apples

Mixes of nuts or dried fruit

Other dried fruits

In preparing the review used statistical information:

United Nations Statistics Division

Eurostat

National Agencies and Compendia

Index Mundi

International Trade Center

International Monetary Fund

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

World Trade Organization

Along with the official statistics, the review contains the results of BusinesStat research:

Analysis of open information about the market of dried vegetables and fruits

Survey of experts of the dried fruit and vegetable market

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