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Food self sufficiency ratio Saudi Arabia 2013, by food group

Between 2011 and 2013, the food sufficiency ratio in Saudi Arabia was highest for milk at 76 percent, and lowest for sugar and sweeteners at zero percent. The Middle East and North African countries are highly dependent on imports to meet their needs of cereals, sugar and sweeteners, and vegetable oils.

Food self sufficiency ratio in Saudi Arabia in 2013, by food group

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Release date

May 2019


Saudi Arabia, MENA

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Note: The self-sufficiency ratio is defined as food production*100/(production+imports-exports).
*Excluding beer. **Includes meat and offal. ***Excluding butter.

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