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Uzbekistan exported more than 45 thousand tonnes of persimmon in 10 months

Uzbekistan exported 45 600 tonnes of persimmons worth $27.3 million in January-October 2022, EastFruit reports with reference to uzdaily.uz.

Persimmon exports increased by 7 500 tonnes compared to the same period in 2021

Countries to which Uzbekistan exported the most persimmons in 10 months of 2022 are the following:

  • Russia – 26 200 tonnes;
  • Kazakhstan – 15 300 tonnes;
  • Kyrgyzstan – 2 000 tonnes;
  • Turkmenistan– 1 300 tonnes;
  • Belarus – 776 tonnes;
  • Poland– 43 tonnes.

Recall that EastFruit analysts have recently reported a sharp rise in the price of persimmons in Uzbekistan. Thus, there was a sharp increase in wholesale prices for persimmons. For example, the average purchase price for persimmons in October this year reached $0.30/kg, while they could be bought at $0.18/kg a year earlier. Rising prices for persimmons provoked increased demand from wholesalers, who are trying to store persimmons. This year, the price rise was also facilitated by the fact that the persimmon ripening season in Central Asia has shifted to a later date. Read more about this in the article “Persimmon is getting more expensive in Uzbekistan – prices are 70% higher than last year”.


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