MOSCOW TIME: 17.06.2019 22:03:48


Export of Canned Champignons to Russia Goes Up

Export of Canned Champignons to Russia Goes Up

For the first six months of 2018 Russia has imported more than 14 thous. tn of canned champignons worth $11.9 mln, it is a 23% increase compared to the same period of 2017.

The major supplier of canned champignons has become China that has accounted for 92% of all Russia’s import of this production. From January to June, 2018 China has exported to Russia 13.5 thous. tn of canned champignons valued at $10.9 mln.

Besides, Russia has imported canned champignons from the Netherlands (4%), Poland (2%), Belarus, Armenia, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Hungary and other countries.

For the first six months of 2018 Russias canned champignons import has been 56 times as much as its export ($209.767 thous.).


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