Share of EU's produce exported to Russia by category 2013

This statistic shows the share of fresh produce exports of the European Union (EU) that went to Russia in 2013, broken down by product category. About 57 percent of European mushrooms exports were delivered to Russia in that year. In 2014, Russia banned produce imports stemming from the EU due to political issues. This food ban resulted in decreasing producer prices and affected the picking of fruit and vegetables.

Share of European Union's (EU) exported produce to Russia in 2013, by category

Share of exports
White cabbage74%
Tomatoes63%
Carrots and turnips63%
Mushrooms57%
Pears57%
Peaches and nectarines54%
Apples52%
Cucumbers and gherkins49%
Cauliflower and broccoli42%
Sweet peppers40%
Red fruits, strawberries, and kiwi30%
Citrus fruits19%
Onions and shallots11%
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Sources

Release date

September 2014

Region

Russia, EU

Survey time period

2013

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