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Export of frozen currants from Poland in Q1 2021

2021-06-11 11:16
Volume of frozen currants exported from Poland (CN categories: 08112039 - Black currants uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water, frozen, not containing added sugar or other sweetener and 08112051 - Red currants uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water, frozen, not containing added sugar or other sweetener) amounted to 13.8 thousand tonnes in the first quarter of 2021 and its value reached 51.4 million PLN. This means a decline in exports in this category year-on-year, but only in volume terms, while its value increased.
 
In the first quarter of 2020, exports of black and red currants amounted to 14.6 thousand tons and 47.3 million zlotys. This gives a decrease in volume by 0.9 thousand tons, i.e. by 5.9 percent, and increase in value by 4.1 million PLN, i.e. by 8.7 percent.
 
As average prices of both types of currants can differ significantly, we will consider them separately. Average export price for frozen black currants in the first quarter of 2021 was 4.22 PLN/kg compared to 3.12 PLN/kg, which means year-on-year increase by 35.2 per cent. The average price of frozen red currants was 2.96 PLN/kg in the first quarter of 2021 against 3.44 PLN/kg in 2019, a decrease of 13.8 per cent.
 
We will also consider the geographical structure and its changes in the first quarters of 2020 and 2021 separately. Blackcurrants - the top five buyers are:
 
Belarus remained in first place with an increase in volume from 3.3 to 3.5 thousand tonnes.
 
Germany remained in second place with a reduction in volume from 2.2 to 1.9 thousand tonnes.
 
The United Kingdom came in third, up from fourth place, with an increase in volume from 0.6 to 0.8 thousand tonnes.
 
Serbia moved up to fourth from seventh with a volume of 0.4 thousand tonnes.
 
Belgium dropped to fifth from third with a volume of 0.7 to 0.3 thousand tonnes.
 
France has gone from fifth to sixth with a volume reduction from 0.6 to 0.3 thousand tonnes.
 
In the first quarter of 2021, the most expensive frozen black currants from Poland were purchased by the United Kingdom at an average price of 6.33 PLN/kg and the cheapest was Belarus at 1.48 PLN/kg. It seems that this price is underestimated in relation to price levels for all other buyers.
 
Red currants - the top five buyers are:
 
Germany remained in first place despite a decrease in volume from 1.9 to 1.7 thousand tonnes.
 
Serbia remained in second place with an increase in volume from 0.6 to 0.9 thousand tonnes.
 
France moved up to third place from fourth with an increase in volume from 0.4 to 0.5 thousand tonnes.
 
Belarus has risen to fourth place from sixth, increasing its purchases from 0.3 to 0.5 thousand tonnes.
 
Belgium dropped to fifth place from third with a volume of 0.5 thousand tonnes.
 
The Netherlands has gone from fifth to sixth with a volume of 0.3 thousand tonnes.
 
Frozen red currants from Poland are the most expensive of the five buyers in the first quarter of 2021 in France at an average of 3.99 PLN/kg, Belarus is the cheapest at 1.72 PLN/kg and the largest buyer, Germany, at 2.86 PLN/kg.
 

Kraj

Masa
[kg]

Wartość
[PLN]

Wartość
[EUR]

Wartość
[USD]

Armenia

173

1 565

348

420

Australia

5 800

31 477

6 981

8 488

Austria

160 440

795 763

176 574

214 123

Azerbejdżan

2 113

12 305

2 735

3 300

Belgia

755 378

3 053 205

677 863

821 507

Białoruś

3 926 497

5 912 127

1 311 035

1 589 833

Bułgaria

8 000

37 990

8 439

10 290

Chile

64 500

319 620

71 010

86 225

Chiny

2 504

21 605

4 793

5 837

Chorwacja

25 272

168 884

37 519

45 489

Czarnogóra

648

5 113

1 130

1 371

Czechy

118 086

476 805

105 818

128 250

Dania

248 902

1 592 888

353 278

428 937

Estonia

21 238

96 431

21 403

25 968

Finlandia

61 690

486 011

107 925

131 453

Francja

740 867

3 680 995

816 377

990 593

Grecja

100 048

600 992

133 531

161 284

Gruzja

14 130

70 383

15 638

18 949

Hiszpania

51 277

257 659

57 041

69 245

Holandia

482 559

1 956 147

434 287

526 174

Irlandia

55 111

277 148

61 423

74 364

Izrael

134 000

694 671

154 072

186 689

Japonia

6 500

72 278

16 055

19 577

Kanada

2 000

13 106

2 913

3 515

Kazachstan

27 766

163 077

36 191

43 791

Korea Południowa

2 000

10 432

2 317

2 826

Kosowo

1 383

10 946

2 429

2 958

Litwa

51 378

237 309

52 671

63 677

Łotwa

67 318

420 995

93 365

113 179

Mołdawia

12 747

78 828

17 482

21 167

Mongolia

10 800

69 629

15 472

18 723

Niemcy

3 605 103

15 627 166

3 464 968

4 201 635

Norwegia

7 060

43 637

9 687

11 803

Nowa Zelandia

12 000

72 481

16 100

19 632

Portugalia

31 940

120 782

26 829

32 715

Rumunia

25 471

141 101

31 300

37 946

Serbia

1 305 090

5 062 187

1 123 000

1 359 723

Singapur

7 500

51 078

11 346

13 835

Słowacja

10 780

71 440

15 871

19 272

Stany Zjednoczone

47 483

266 020

58 949

71 635

Szwajcaria

128 695

492 003

108 942

132 058

Szwecja

122 078

696 753

154 639

187 101

Turcja

20 160

59 204

13 151

16 036

Ukraina

141 422

921 747

204 522

247 319

Węgry

13 487

42 928

9 540

11 534

Wielka Brytania

946 178

5 429 759

1 204 394

1 459 460

Włochy

187 395

716 724

159 009

193 082

Zjednoczone Emiraty
Arabskie

648

3 231

718

867

RAZEM

13 773 615

51 444 625

11 411 080

13 833 855

 
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