Horticulture and Support Services Industry in Russia

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  • Fresh Deciduous Fruit Annual 2012

    In MY 2011 (July/June), Russia remained the largest importer of apples and pears in the world with a combined total of 1,621,860 MT of fruit.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 Dec 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

  • Sugar Semi-annual 2012

    Beet Sugar Production to Fall But Still Be Second Highest on Record.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Oct 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

  • Demand Drives Russian Fruit Imports Up

    In MY 2010 (July/June), Russia became the largest importer of apples and pears in the world with a combined total of 1,521,600 MT of fruit. Fruit consumption in Russia is going up, reaching 71 kg per person in 2010.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Nov 2011 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

  • Record Production Higher than Previously Forecast

    FAS-Moscow significantly increased its sugar beet production projection for 2011 in response to higher than expected area, good weather, and reported harvest yields to date. As a result, the increased production estimate will further displace raw sugar imports in 2011/12.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 31 Oct 2011 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

  • Stone Fruit Market Brief

    Russia relies on imports of most types of fruits, including stone fruits. Within that category Russia is the largest importer of cherries in the world and the second largest importer of peaches.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 12 Oct 2011 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

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  • Sugar and Sugar Beet Production in Russia

    Planted sugar beet area in MY 2009/10 increased 2 percent, but bad weather caused area harvested to decrease almost 10 percent. Sugar beet production in MY 2009/10 will decrease 10 percent to 26 MMT and white sugar production will fall 10 percent to 3.2 MMT. Russian beet sugar accounts for 50 percent of total sugar...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

  • Fresh Deciduous Fruit in Russia

    Russia is the largest importer of apples and pears in the world, and despite the economic crisis, devaluation of the ruble, and negative income growth, imports in 2009 remained steady. Fruit remains popular with consumers, but they are buying less exotic fruits, pears, and grapes.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

  • Market Research Consultants

    This report provides a partial list of consultants available for conduct of market research and other investigations into Russian agriculture, agribusiness, food retailing, the food economy, and rural

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Jan 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in Russia

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