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19.04.2016



Russian Federation's imports of coffee, tea, mate and spices (09 HS Code) in 2015


In 2015 the volume of imported coffee, tea, mate and spices (09 HS Code) decreased by 9% and reached 1.2 billion USD compared to 1.3 billion USD in 2014 (see Figure 1).


Russian Federation's imports represent 2.8% of world imports for this product. Its ranking in world imports is 10.



Figure 1. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's imports of coffee, tea, mate and spices, billion USD. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 1. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's imports of coffee, tea, mate and spices, billion USD.png



Detailed information about products imported by Russian Federation in this category:

  • Tea (52%)
  • Coffee (42%)
  • Pepper, peppers and capsicum (3%)
  • Ginger, saffron, turmeric, thyme, bay leaves & curry (2%)


2015 showed a large rise in Russian imports of cinnamon and cinnamon-tree flowers (+19%). At the same time the imports of mat (-72%) showed a significant fall (see Table 1, Figure 2).



Table 1. Key products imported by Russia in 2015. Source: ITC Trade Map.


Product HS Code

Product Type

Volume in 2014, USD thousand

Volume in 2015, USD thousand

Change in 2015, %

Share in total product imports, %

0902

Tea

$645,822

$611,949

-5%

52%

0901

Coffee

$571,602

$497,502

-13%

42%

0904

Pepper, peppers and capsicum

$38,862

$33,645

-13%

3%

0910

Ginger,saffron,turmeric, thyme, bay leaves & curry

$34,914

$27,831

-20%

2%

0909

Seeds of anise, badian,fennel,coriander, cumin, etc.

$3,348

$3,100

-7%

0.3%

0906

Cinnamon and cinnamon-tree flowers

$1,867

$2,226

19%

0.2%

0908

Nutmeg, mace and cardamons

$1,233

$1,211

-2%

0.1%

0907

Cloves

$1,476

$1,185

-20%

0.1%

0905

Vanilla

$479

$404

-16%

0.03%

0903

Mat

$498

$137

-72%

0.01%



Figure 2. Structure of coffee, tea, mate and spices Exports to Russia in 2015. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 2. Structure of coffee, tea, mate and spices Exports to Russia in 2015.png



The main exporters supplying coffee, tea, mate and spices to the Russian Federation in 2015 were: Sri Lanka, Viet Nam, India, Kenya, Indonesia.


2015 showed a significant rise in Russian imports from Indonesia (+48%). At the same time the imports from United Kingdom (-43%) showed a significant fall (see Table 2, Figure 3).



Table 2. The main exporters supplying coffee, tea, mate and spices to Russia in 2015.


Exporters

Volume in 2014, USD thousand

Volume in 2015, USD thousand

Change in 2015, %

Share in total product imports, %

World

$1,300,100

$1,179,189

-9%

100%

Sri Lanka

$244,791

$186,544

-24%

16%

Viet Nam

$162,536

$146,554

-10%

12%

India

$132,916

$137,401

3%

12%

Kenya

$86,158

$109,851

27%

9%

Indonesia

$69,032

$102,404

48%

9%

Brazil

$107,259

$92,934

-13%

8%

China

$86,742

$80,310

-7%

7%

Italy

$74,847

$54,693

-27%

5%

United Arab Emirates

$51,383

$46,846

-9%

4%

Germany

$42,218

$33,482

-21%

3%

Colombia

$20,233

$24,790

23%

2%

Switzerland

$32,073

$22,786

-29%

2%

Ethiopia

$14,122

$12,070

-15%

1%

Tanzania, United Republic of

$10,132

$11,197

11%

1%

Uganda

$7,321

$8,043

10%

1%

Poland

$11,557

$7,274

-37%

1%

Honduras

$10,324

$7,092

-31%

1%

United Kingdom

$12,477

$7,088

-43%

1%



Figure 3. The main exporters supplying coffee, tea, mate and spices to Russia in 2015.

Figure 3. The main exporters supplying coffee, tea, mate and spices to Russia in 2015.png



EXPORTS FROM RUSSIA


In 2015 volume of exported coffee, tea, mate and spices (09 HS Code) decreased by 14% and reached 0.12 billion USD compared to 0.14 billion USD in 2014 (see Figure 4).



Figure 4. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's exports of coffee, tea, mate and spices, billion USD. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 4. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's exports of coffee, tea, mate and spices, billion USD.png




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