More than 86% of the total Moldovan export of food products in monetary terms is accounted for by grain and fruit and vegetable products.
As InfoMarket was told in the National Bureau of Statistics, in particular, Moldova in January-August 2019, compared to the same period in 2018, increased food exports in monetary terms by 3.1% to $ 399.3 million. Herewith, more than $ 343.8 million (86.1% of total revenue) brought the supply of grain and fruits and vegetables. According to official statistics, the Moldovan export of fruits and vegetables for 8 months 2019 amounted to $ 171.55 million, an increase of 0.9% compared to the same period in 2018. At the same time, exports of grain and products based on them increased by 17.7% to $ 172.28 million. Supplies abroad of animal feed (except for non-ground cereals) increased by 4.1% to $ 12.64 million. Export of dairy products and eggs decreased by 23.8% to $ 11.66 million, and the export of sugar and sugar products, honey - decreased by 43.3% to $ 10.64 million. Supplies of live animals abroad fell by 25.2% to $ 7.81 million, while coffee, tea, cocoa, and spices decreased by 6.8% to $ 6.28 million. Exports of meat and meat products decreased by 3.8% to $ 4.45 million, while the export of various food products and preparations grew by 15.8% to $ 1.96 million. Deliveries of products under the heading “Fish, crustaceans, mollusks and aquatic invertebrates” increased by 1.9 times - up to $ 19.96 thousand//29.10.2019 — InfoMarket.