Moroccan exports of frozen raspberries to Poland increased nine-fold in just three years!

Morocco has become the most dynamic supplier of frozen raspberries to Poland, as shown by official data from Polish customs. EastFruit analysts have observed a remarkable nine-fold increase in raspberry shipments from Morocco to Poland in just a three-year span, culminating in 2,9 thousand tons by the end of 2023. This impressive growth has propelled Morocco to the third place among Poland's main raspberry suppliers, behind only Ukraine and Serbia.

To put this in perspective, Ukraine's raspberry exports to Poland have more than doubled, reaching 26,1 thousand tons, while Serbia's exports to the same destination have plummeted by 42%, to 4,7 thousand tons. This trend suggests that Moroccan suppliers are capturing market shares that were previously held by their Serbian counterparts.

Interestingly, despite vocal opposition and hyperbolic rhetoric from Polish political figures and bureaucrats (often detached from the reality on the ground), Ukraine maintains its status as Poland's main exporter of raspberries. The current shortage of frozen raspberries on the European market has led Polish importers to look for Ukrainian berries, making considerable profits from resale.

Looking ahead to the 2024/25 season, prices for frozen raspberries within the EU are expected to significantly exceed those of the last two seasons. In particular, Ukraine stands out as one of the few regional players where, despite the drop in raspberry prices, cultivation areas have not decreased.

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