In 2006 a total of 500 000 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2007 a total of 470 000 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2008 a total of 442 000 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2009 a total of 433 746 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2010 a total of 421 532 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2011 a total of 407 243 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2012 a total of 371 282 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2013 a total of 591 967 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
In 2014 a total of 665 409 MT of fresh fruits has been marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market.
NOVAGRIM will import 1 500 tons of fruits during the 2015 - 2016 season.
GRAPEFRUIT & POMELO
In 2006, 13 000 MT of fresh grapefruits were marketed in the Paris Rungis Wholesale Market. Mostly from Florida and South American fresh produce but also from South Africa, Turkey, Cyprus, Morocco, Spain and Israel. France has no grapefruit production, except in the Corsica Island (about 4 000 tons in 2007). In 2007 France imported 12 000 tons of grapefruit. During 2008 a total amount of 11 000 metric tons of grapefruits were marketed at the Paris Rungis Wholesale Market ( mostly from Florida and from other South American countries such as Honduras, Chile, Argentina but also from Mexico, South Africa, Tunisia, Cyprus, Israel, Morocco and Turkey ) but in 2009 fresh grapefruit imports reached only 9 343 MT. The most appreciated varieties are the Florida grapefruits, Israeli grapefruits and the Spanish Star Ruby grapefruit. Florida grapefruit is a lot appreciated by French consumers and Novagrim imports Florida grapefruit as well as Turkish grapefruits and South African grapefruits. Depending on seasons, Argentina, Cuba, Mexico and Honduras also supply grapefruits for the French market.
The «Chinese grapefruit" or the pomelo, pumelo, pommelo, Lusho, Jabong and Shaddock are the same names for the designation of this product which originated in South-East Asia (Malaysia & Indonesia). The pomelo is the ancestor of the grapefruit. It grows in large quantities in wild parts of China. It is wrongly called grapefruit in Europe or else its name in Northern America is Pomelo. The French started to get used to honey pomelo since a couple of years. It's generally bigger and heavier than the grapefruit and it has a sweet and sour taste. It's a big and heavy citrus and it's covered with a thick skin. The pomelos can vary from round to pear-shaped and can easily replace grapefruit, orange or even pineapple in many recipes. The fresh pomelo is an excellent source of vitamin C but provides little energy and it can remain at room temperature for up to two weeks. The juice and the zest of the fresh pomelos can be frozen. French importers started to import this product a couple of years ago whereas, originally, it was consumed by ethnic consumers. Novagrim will import fresh honey pomelos for the French markets in the coming years.
OTHER CITRUS FRUITS
France has no orange production and is a big fresh orange importer .Oranges marketed in the Paris Wholesale Market in 2006 were all import products (42 000 MT), mostly from Spain, Florida, Tunisia, Morocco, Italy and Turkey. In 2007, 40 000 T of fresh oranges were marketed in the Paris Rungis Wholesale Market (especially from Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Florida, Egypt, Chile, Argentina, Turkey and South Africa). 41 000 T of fresh clementines (39 000 MT were import products marketed on the market in 2006 whereas the import products reached and amount of 41 000 Tin 2007. In 2008 a total of 36 500 MT of oranges were marketed in Paris Rungis Wholesale Market ( 19 000 metric tons of Spanish origin, 2 500 metric tons of Moroccan origin and 15 000 metric tons of different origins like , Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Cyprus, Tunisia, South Africa, Egypt and Turkey ).The total of fresh clementines marketed in 2008 reached 37 000 MT ( 1 500 T only were of French origin while the rest was imported from Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Mexico, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Morocco, Italy and Spain ) & by end November 2009 this amount was only 25 000 T. In 2008 a total of 7 700 metric tons of lemons were marketed here (mostly from Argentina, Spain, Cyprus and Morocco). French lemons marketed on the market reached a total of 10 metric tons which are the famous" Menton lemons «from south of France & in 2009 a total of 7 153 MT of import lemons were marketed. In 2009, 34 872 MT of oranges have been marketed (mostly Florida oranges, Spanish oranges, Moroccan and Tunisian fresh oranges).
France is a cherry producing country. With an annual produce of about 60 000 MT France has the sixth rank among the EU countries behind Poland, Italy, Spain, Germany and Hungary. France exports about 7 000 tons of fresh cherries, mostly to Germany, UK, Italy and the Benelux. Only 10 % of the total produce was marketed in the Paris Rungis Wholesale market in 2006 (6 800 MT) but 1 200 tons of cherries were imported. During the year 2007 the French fresh cherries represented a total of 4 900 tons whereas only 1 200 tons of cherries were imported (Spain, Turkey, Greece, Portugal, Chile, Argentina, USA). Argentinean sweet cherries are very much appreciated during the Christmas holidays. In 2008 a total amount of 5 900 metric tons of sweet cherries have been registered on the Paris Rungis Wholesale Market but only 1 100 metric tons of this amount concerned fresh sweet cherries marketed by importers and operators ( Spain, Argentina, Chile, U.S.A, Czech Republic, Turkey). By end November 2009 a total of 6 750 MT cherries were marketed (5 700 MT of French produce & 1 500 MT marketed by importers). In December 2009 and January 2010 sweet cherry consumption (Argentinean & Chilean) has been very popular in France.
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France doesn't produce more than 3 500 tons of figs. The most famous variety is the "Sollies" variety which grows in the south of France. After the French, Spanish and Turkish fresh fig campaigns fresh figs are imported from South American countries such as Mexico, Chile, Brazil, and Argentina. The world leader of the fresh fig produce is Turkey with more than 300 000 tons, followed by Greece (80 00 tons) and Spain (60 000 tons). Turkish fresh figs arrive in France from the end of August till October. Other suppliers of France are Spain, Italy and Israel. Besides this period fresh figs are imported from Peru, Mexico and Brazil. Novagrim is an experimented fresh Turkish fig importer in France.
2001 - 2011 FRESH FIG STATISTICS
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France is the third biggest EU producer of melons with about 275 000 MT a year representing 13% of the EU produce behind Italy (25%) and Spain (49%). The "Charentais” and “Gallia” melons are grown mostly in southern France. France exports 36 000 MT of melons. In 2006, 40 000 MT of melons were marketed in the Paris Rungis Wholesale Market (50% French melons and 50% import produce). France is also a big melon importer (especially from Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Italy, Israel, Turkey, Brazil and South Africa).Most appreciated fresh melons are from the Guadeloupe. In 2007 the Paris wholesale market marketed 20 000 MT of imported fresh melons (mostly Cantaloupe, Charentais, Gallia and Honeydew melons) whereas during the same season the market operations reached 16 700 MT of French melons. In 2008 the importers and operators marketed 18 000 MT fresh French melons & 18 000 MT of import produce. In 2009 the Paris Wholesale Market imported 17 784 MT of melons (mostly Charentais and Gallia varieties but also Brazilian Honeydew melons .The same year (between May and October) the fresh French melons marketed in Paris Wholesale Market reached 17 252 MT.
France produces about 75 000 tons of fresh kiwis and is the second biggest fresh kiwi producer among the EU countries just behind Italy who produces about 70 per cent of the European kiwis. The French fresh kiwi production represents 15% of the European production, followed by Greece (10%), Spain (2%) and Portugal (2%). New Zealand, Italy, Argentina, Chile and Greece are among the suppliers of the French markets. In 2006 a total of 5 700 tons of kiwis were marketed at the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market (3 000 tons were French kiwis) . In 2007 a total of 2 800 tons of French kiwis were marketed and 3 000 tons were imported. In 2008 the market registered 5 750 metric tons of kiwi sales of which 2 150 MT were French produce while the amount of French kiwis marketed by end November 2009 was 1 850 MT and the import produce 3 900 MT. French kiwi fruit is the most appreciated in France but kiwi fruits from Italy, Argentina, Chile, Greece and Turkey are imported.
France doesn't produce avocados. The fresh avocados are thought to have originated in Mexico and Central and South America. Avocado trees were first planted in Florida (1833) and in California (1856). The dominant variety consumed by the French consumers is the variety “HASS". Nowadays avocado is produced by several countries and exported to Europe. Most of the avocados consumed in France are exported by Spain, Israel, Kenya, South Africa and some other South American countries (Peru, Mexico, Brazil, Chile). Fresh avocado fruit is appreciated a lot by the French. In 2007 the Paris Wholesale Market registered 15 750 metric tons of fresh avocado sales (mostly from Spain, Mexico and Peru). In 2008 the amount imported by the Paris Wholesale Market was 11 500 metric tons & by end of November 2009 this amount was already 14 500 MT. Since the last few years fresh avocados from Peru, fresh avocados from Chile and avocados from South Africa are imported in bigger volumes by South Africa avocado exporters, Chile fresh avocado importers and Peru avocado importers. Peru fresh avocado and Chile fresh avocado varieties are also appreciated by consumers.
With her 140 000 tons of fresh apricot produce France is the second EU producer just behind Italy . Italy produces 33 per cent of the European fresh apricot and Spain produces 20 per cent. 9 200 tons of French apricots were marketed in the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market in 2006 while 1 600 tons were imported. In 2007, 7 150 tons of French produce were marketed and 1 200 tons were imported. In 2008 the market registered sales for 4 900 metric tons of fresh French apricots and 1 900 metric tons of import produce (mainly Spainish apricots) & this amount was already 8 500 MT (French apricots ) & 1 550 MT (import apricots) by end November 2009. Novagrim will import new varieties of fresh apricots in the coming seasons.
WORLD APRICOT PRODUCTION STATISTICS 2001 - 2010
WORLD APRICOT EXPORTS STATISTICS 2000 - 2009
FRENCH APRICOT IMPORTS 2002 - 2011
2000 - 2011 APRICOT STATISTICS
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PEACH & NECTARINE
Italy produces 40 per cent of the European fresh peaches and nectarines. Spain produces about 30 per cent, Greece follows Spain with 20 per cent. France is the fourth EU producer (10 per cent) with a total produce of 420 000 tons. 30 000 tons of fresh peaches and nectarines were marketed in the Paris - Rungis Wholesale Market in 2006 (15 000 tons of peaches & 15 000 tons of nectarines). 8 000 tons of fresh nectarines and 7 000 tons of fresh peaches were imported in 2006. In 2007,14 000 tons of nectarines and 13 000 tons of peaches were marketed in the Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market. In 2008 a total of 13 300 metric tons of fresh peaches were marketed here (5 800 metric tons of French produce and 7 500 metric tons import peaches. During the same period 15 500 metric tons of nectarines were marketed on the market (6 300 metric tons of French produce against 9 200 metric tons of import produce). By end November 2009, 15 600 MT of fresh nectarines were marketed here ( 8 300 MT of French & 7 300 MT of import produce marketed by importers ) while the amount of fresh peaches marketed reached 12 400 MT ( 6 300 MT French & 6 100 MT of import produce ).
WORLD PEACH & NECTARINE PRODUCTION STATISTICS 2001 - 2010
WORLD PEACH & NECTARINE EXPORTS STATISTICS 2000 - 2009
FRENCH PEACH & NECTARINE IMPORTS 2002 - 2011
2000 - 2011 PEACH and NECTARINE STATISTICS
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Spain is the biggest fresh strawberry producer among the EU countries (30 %), followed by Poland (20 %), Italy (20%) and Germany (10 %). France is the fifth EU producer with 45 000 tons. Only 4 300 tons of the French produce was marketed in the Paris-Rungis Wholesale market in 2006 while 18 000 tons of fresh strawberries were imported. In 2007 only 3 950 tons of French strawberry were marketed against 19 000 imported strawberries. The market sales registered a total of 22 400 metric tons of fresh strawberries in 2008 (only 3 450 metric tons were French strawberries) & by end November 2009 the market registered sales for 20 900 MT (3 800 MT of French produce & 17 100 MT of import produce). Besides the famous"gariguette" French strawberry the French importers import a lot of strawberries from Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, Greece and Turkey.
The world leader of fresh raspberry is Russia with more than 120 00 tons produced, followed by USA ( 50 000 tons ) , Poland ( 45 000 tons ), Germany ( 20 000 tons ), Ukraine ( 20 000 tons ), Canada ( 15 000 tons ) , Hungary ( 10 000 tons ), UK ( 8 000 tons ) . France produces about 8 000 tons of fresh raspberries and Spain about 5 000 tons.
Italy is the biggest table grape producer of the EU countries (about 70% of production) just before Spain (15% of the EU production). France produces some world famous varieties such as "Chasselas de Moissac", "Muscat du Ventoux" and "Muscat de Hamburg", which are table grapes branded A.O.C ( guaranteed quality label ) and very much appreciated by the French and European consumers. These varieties are grown in south-east and south-west of France. The harvest of the French produce is between June and December with peak periods in September and October. Besides these periods France imports large volumes of table grapes from Italy, Sicily, Portugal, Argentina, Chile, Peru, South Africa and Brazil. The most imported varieties are the UVA, Red Globe and Thompson Seedless varieties. The European table grapes are also imported from July to December (mostly from Italy, Germany and Sicily and the imported varieties are the UVA and Red Globe varieties) while Argentinean, Peruvian , Chilean, South African and Brazilian table grapes are mostly marketed from January to April . In 2007 the Paris Whole Market registered sales for about 4 400 MT of French produce against 23 900 MT of imported tables grapes. In 2008 French produce marketed in Paris decreased to 3 400 MT while the import produce reached 24 700 MT. The table grapes marketed in the Paris Rungis Wholesale Market reached 28 100 MT in 2008. The Paris Wholesale Market operators and importers imported only 18 500 MT of table grapes during 2009 while the French table grapes marketed during the same period reached 3 700 MT. Besides the French & Italian varieties, Chilean, Brazilian, Argentinean and South African table grapes are appreciated by the consumers, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru and South Africa table grape importers provide the European and French markets regularly ( October to March ). Chile and South Africa grapes are the most popular among the import grapes.
The lychee originated in China and is cultivated since four thousand years. World's biggest lychee producer is China followed by India, Madagascar, Thailand, South Africa, Reunion and Mauritius. France imports the lychee mostly from Madagascar, Reunion, South Africa and Mauritius between November 15 and February. Madagascar is Europe's major supplier since it supplies 70% of the European consumption and the expeditions arrive for Christmas which is a real advantage for Madagascar. France, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium are the biggest consumers of lychees in Europe. France imported about 11 000 MT of lychees in 2009 mostly from Madagascar (95% of the imports). Madagascar exports about 60% of its produce by conventional ships, 30% by containers and 10% by air. The most appreciated lychees by the French consumers are from Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion and South Africa. Especially the lychees on-the-vine became more popular since a couple of years since they are exclusively imported by air as the shelf life is longer even if the import period stays short. The advantage of Madagascar in lychee exports is very important since it dominates the European markets during the end of the year when the lychees are most required by consumers for the holidays and celebration.
In 2006 Iran was the world leader in pomegranate production with a local produce of about 700 000 tons followed by India, USA, Turkey, Spain, Tunisia, Morocco, Greece, Cyprus and Egypt. While Turkey's pomegranate production was about 55 000 tons in 1996, the total production in 2006 reached already 100 000 tons. Iran, Turkey, India and Spain are the biggest pomegranate exporters. In 2009 India doubled the pomegranate production and reached a produce of 1 200 000 MT while Iran was ranked world's second biggest producer with 650 000 MT, followed by USA, Turkey, Spain and Israel. Thus the world's biggest pomegranate production is still in the northern hemisphere.
The fresh mango is very popular in France and in Europe. Europe imported about 250 000 metric tons of fresh mangos whereas this amount was a bit less than 190 000 metric tons in 2005. The major suppliers of France and Europe are Brazil, Peru, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina-Faso, Israël and Spain even if the biggest producers of fresh mango are India, China, Thailand, and Indonesia. Among the exporters of Western Africa Ivory Coast is the biggest supplier followed by Mali, Burkina-Faso and Senegal. By importing about 90 000 metric tons of mangos Brazil Europe became the biggest client of this country. Peru also doubled the fresh mango exports between 2004 and 2006 (40 000 metric tons in 2006 against 20 000 metric tons in 2004). Peru exported more mangos in 2007 and will export more in 2008. The most appreciated variety by the French is the "KENT «variety. The Paris Wholesale market registered sales for 8 100 MT tons in 2007, 6 200 MT in 2008 & 5 700 MT by end November 2009.
WORLD MANGO PRODUCTION STATISTICS 2001 - 2010
WORLD MANGO EXPORTS STATISTICS 2000 - 2009
FRENCH MANGO IMPORTS 2002 - 2011
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France has been importing fresh pineapples form Western Africa for years although the top ten world pineapple producers are Thailand, Philippines’, Brazil, China, India, Nigeria, Costa Rica, Mexico, Indonesia and Kenya. The French consumers have been consuming the fresh «sweet pineapple" since the last five or six years which caused a change in the consumption habits and as well as in the import origins of the French market. Most of these sweet pineapples are imported by air from Brazil, Costa Rica, Reunion, Ghana and Mauritius. Even though the Ivory Coast is still the biggest supplier of fresh pineapples for France, the imports from this origin went down by about 30% in the 2007 season. On the other hand Costa-Rica raised the fresh pineapple exports to France by +22% and obtained from now on a market share of 20% in France while Ghana exported 5% less than the preceding year. Cameroun surprised all buyers in France with their extraordinary progression of +65% in 2006 and confirmed a real development in this sector and the situation shows that this will continue in 2008. The Paris Rungis Wholesale Market registered sales for 18 800 MT of fresh pineapples in 2007, 16 200 MT in 2008 & 17 700 MT by end November 2009.
WORLD PINEAPPLE PRODUCTION STATISTICS 2001 - 2010
WORLD PINEAPPLE EXPORTS STATISTICS 2000 - 2009
FRENCH PINEAPPLE IMPORTS 2002 - 2011
2000 - 2011 PINEAPPLE STATISTICS
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The world production of this famous exotic product reaches about 2.5 million tons a year, 95 per cent of which is sold in China (1.7 million tons), Korea and Japan followed by Brazil (65 000 tons) and Israel (about 10 000 tons). European production (5% of the world produce) is mainly Italian (2 650 ha giving about 45 000 tons).Other producers are Spain, Turkey, Portugal and Greece. There is a special demand for this product in the Paris-Rungis Wholesale market (from October to February).
Paris-Rungis Wholesale Market Statistical Charts per product
FRESH FRUITS : 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 sales statistics charts
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