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Fruit production in Europe in 2017

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Country/FruitStrawberriesCitrus fruitsother fruits
Belgium47,500,00396,41
Bulgaria5,360,00219,59
Czechia2,830,00122,70
Denmark6,740,0033,45
Germany135,280,00711,53
Estonia1,090,001,82
Ireland6,570,0021,93
Greece58,921.243,771.922,27
Spain360,426.330,534.906,69
France57,3378,862.849,31
Croatia3,1919,0988,03
Italy125,3400
Cyprus0,9984,4121,05
Latvia1,400,009,60
Lithuania2,080,0083,75
Luxembourg0,000,001,25
Hungary5,190,00708,66
Malta0,931,340,97
Netherlands66,140,00593,20
Austria11,570,00263,19
Poland189,110,002.970,44
Portugal9,35374,41787,91
Romania26,990,001.001,45
Slovenia1,690,0022,97
Slovakia0,550,0037,35
Finland12,020,0010,23
Sweden15,740,0025,41
UK108,800,00528,50
Iceland0,000,000,00
Norway8,4800
Switzerland5,870,00117,72
Montenegro0,002,526,46
FYROM00,0094,05
Albania5,1000
Serbia30,100,001.172,58
Turkey400,004.770,0010.059,20
Bosnia/Herzeg.9,790,01189,61
Kosovo1,30032,90

Harvested production of total fruits (strawberries, citrus fruits and all the others) in EU standard humidity (1000 t)

CountryTotal production
Turkey15229
Spain11598
Greece3225
Poland3160
France2986
Serbia1203
Portugal1172
Romania1028
Germany847
Hungary714
Netherlands659
UK637
Belgium444
Austria275
Bulgaria225
Bosnia/Herzeg.199
Czechia126
Italy125
Switzerland124
Croatia110
Cyprus106
FYROM94
Lithuania86
Sweden41
Denmark40
Slovakia38
Kosovo34
Ireland29
Slovenia25
Finland22
Latvia11
Montenegro9
Norway8
Albania5
Malta3
Estonia3
Luxembourg1
Iceland0

Orange production

In the EU, 270 000 hectares (ha) were devoted to the production of oranges in 2017. Half of this area is in one Member State: Spain (140 000 ha, 52% of EU total). Italy has the next highest area given over to orange production (80 000 ha, 31% of EU total), followed by Greece (30 000 ha, 11% of EU total).

The EU Member States harvested 6.2 million tonnes of oranges in 2017. Spain accounted for over one half of the harvested production (3.4 million tonnes of oranges, or 54% or the EU total), followed by Italy (1.5 million tonnes, 25%) and Greece (1.0 million tonnes, 16%).

TRADE FACTS


Over 70% of oranges imported from outside the EU come from South Africa or Egypt

1.1 million tonnes of oranges, worth €697 million, were imported from non-EU countries. These oranges mainly came from South Africa (451 000 tonnes, or 43% of the total extra-EU imports of oranges in 2017) and Egypt (281 000 tonnes, 27%). They were followed at a distance by Morocco (121 000 tonnes, 12%), Argentina (39 200 tonnes, 4%), Zimbabwe (32 700 tonnes, 3%), Brazil (28 600 tonnes, 3%), and Uruguay (26 300 tonnes, 3%).

source: Eurostat

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