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Statistical Overview of the Canadian Fruit Industry 2019

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Prepared by:
Horticulture Section
Crops and Horticulture Division
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
July 2020

Overview

Despite its northern latitude and short growing season, a wide range of fruits are grown commercially in Canada, including apples, tender fruits (peaches, nectarines, pears, plums, prunes, and cherries), grapes, blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, and raspberries. Southern Ontario and Southwest British Columbia (BC), which each enjoy about 180 frost-free days every year, produce much of the fruit grown in the country, while Quebec and the Maritimes also have significant fruit production, despite having only about 120 frost-free days per year. A number of these fruits are native to Canada, such as cranberries, blueberries, Saskatoon berries, and labrusca grapes. Fruits accounted for 20.0% of total farm cash receiptsFootnote1 for edible horticulture in Canada in 2019.

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, we anticipate that fruit production will be impacted in 2020 with potential declines in marketed production. Fruit production will, in all likelihood, be affected to varying degrees for each fruit crop depending on the amount of labour available at the time of harvest. Unlike vegetables, fruits are perennial plants which once planted, produce fruit for many years. This is true for all tree fruits, berry bushes and grape vines which, once planted, need to be properly maintained every year to optimize fruit production and to keep the plants healthy. Fruit producers are also concerned that labour shortages in the pre-harvest period may significantly impact the size and quality (and, hence, selling price) of this year's harvest, as well as the health of the plants in future years, as labour is required throughout the growing season for crop protection, pruning, thinning, irrigation checks and a number of other tasks.

Marketed volume for fruits decreased by 1.8% in 2019 compared to the previous year, while the farm gate valueFootnote2 of the Canadian fruit sector fell by 0.5%, from $1.18 billion in 2018 to $1.17 billion in 2019, as the decrease in production volume of many fruits was partially offset by an increase in prices. Production volumes were down from the previous year for nectarines (-24.6%), sweet cherries (-12.7%), raspberries  (-12.2%), apples (-7.9%), peaches (-3.9%), cranberries (-3.7%), and strawberries (-2.3%), due to challenging weather conditions  experienced by  fruit producers across the country, marked by a shorter spring and fall season and an extremely cold winter in Western Canada and the impact of Hurricane Dorian in Nova Scotia. In contrast, production volumes of sour cherries (+20.3%), blueberries (+14.6%), and  grapes (+5.5%) had a year-over-year increase.

Sweet cherry and raspberry production in BC were particularly hit hard by adverse weather events. Extreme cold weather in February 2019, followed by spring frosts in the Okanagan Valley, led to a 20% reduction in sweet cherry fruit set. Furthermore, multiple rain events across the Okanagan Valley from the start of harvest on June 20 through to the end of July caused fruit splitting and severely affected the volume of marketable cherries. In 2019, the Fraser Valley, the primary production area for BC raspberries, experienced the coldest February on record causing significant damage to the raspberry fields. As a result, farm gate values were down significantly for sweet cherries (-11.5%) and raspberries (-9.4%), while cranberry (-5.3%), apple (-3.7%), and peach (-2.4%) producers also reported declines.

In 2019, blueberries continued to be the most important fruit crop in terms of value ($270.7 million) and accounted for 23% of total fruit farm gate value, ahead of apples ($240.0 million), grapes ($202.4 million), cranberries ($135.4 million), and strawberries ($123.7 million).

With a total marketed production of 368 thousand tonnes, apples continued to lead the fruit sector in terms of production volume, representing 39.4% of the total marketed production of Canadian fruit in 2019. Blueberries were the second most important fruit crop in terms of marketed production (176,000 tonnes, 18.9%), followed by cranberries (170,000 tonnes, 18.2%), grapes (114,000 tonnes, 12.2%), and strawberries (26,000 tonnes, 2.8%), respectively.

Canada's total fresh fruitFootnote3  exports rose in value by 2.8% to reach $843 million in 2019 mainly due to an increase of the country's exports of low-bush blueberries (+23.4%),  high-bush blueberries (9.3%) and strawberries (+12.6%). Blueberries continue to be Canada's top fruit export by volume and by value, accounting for 65.5% of export dollars and 53.4% of export tonnage. Low-bush blueberries accounted for 53.3% of total blueberry value and 60.6% of total blueberry tonnage. Furthermore, frozen blueberries represented 71.2% of total blueberry export dollars and 78.5% of blueberry export tonnage in 2019. The largest share of fresh blueberry exports is made up of high-bush blueberries (94.3% in terms of value and 82.5% in terms of tonnage), while the largest share of frozen blueberry exports consists of low-bush blueberries (72.6% in terms of value and 72.4% in terms of tonnage). The United States remains Canada’s top export destination, accounting for 64.8% of all fruit exports by value and 65.7% by tonnage in 2019.

Canadian fresh fruit imports have continuously increased over the last two decades. Canada imported $6.37 billion of fresh fruit in 2019, up 2.7% from the previous year. In 2019, the top three fruit imports by dollar value were grapes (10.4%), bananas (8.9%), and strawberries (8.1%). In terms of tonnage, the top three imported fruits were bananas (20.9%), grapes (7.3%), and apples (7.1%). Canada’s leading source country for fruit imports continues to be the United States, accounting for 40.3% of import value, followed by Mexico with 16.7%, Chile with 5.6% and Guatemala with 4.6%.

The Canadian fruit industry continues to be innovative, with 2019 seeing the launch of 91 new products. Among the top claims of launched products in 2019, we find kosher products (12%), convenient packaging (10%),   no added sugar (7%), organic (7%), ease of use (7%), environment-friendly packages (7%) and microwaveable packages(7%). With respect to product launch type between 2015 and 2019, the main launch type involved new variety/range extension (44%), followed by new packaging (34%), new products (19%) and relaunch (3%).

1. Production

1.1. Number of fruit farms[1] by province

2006 2011 2016
Newfoundland and Labrador 36 44 26
Prince Edward Island 153 173 175
Nova Scotia 907 971 890
New Brunswick 372 379 415
Quebec 1,273 1,414 1,495
Ontario 1,892 1,548 1,362
Manitoba 124 94 75
Saskatchewan 149 112 90
Alberta 227 151 137
British Columbia 3,196 3,367 3,180
Canada 8,329 8,253 7,845

Note:

1. Number of farms includes all farms reported to be growing fruits and on which fruit production represents 50% or more of total farm cash receipts.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0403-01 Farms classified by farm type

1.2. Total fruit area[1] by commodity – hectares

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Blueberries[2] 77,651 79,329 77,619 76,679 76,682
Apples 17,843 17,676 17,395 17,451 16,846
Grapes[3] 12,582 12,627 12,476 12,517 12,518
Cranberries 7,277 7,517 7,582 7,241 7,188
Strawberries 4,185 4,110 3,939 3,904 3,677
Peaches 2,762 2,664 2,562 2,503 2,465
Cherries, sweet 2,128 2,176 2,097 2,104 2,125
Raspberries 2,429 2,314 2,140 2,093 1,962
Cherries, sour 1,080 1,063 1,007 996 926
Saskatoon berries 1,136 1,122 1,066 976 896
Pears 902 894 839 843 830
Plums and prunes .. .. .. 557 652
Haskaps 656 645 626 616 608
Nectarines 340 336 323 317 308
Apricots 144 146 133 132 130
Blackberries .. .. .. 120 110
Currants .. .. .. 106 93
Other fruits 1,545 1,571 1,445 .. 579
Total fruits 132,660 134,190 131,249 129,155 128,595

Notes:

1. Total area includes bearing and non-bearing area.

2. Includes low bush blueberries and high bush blueberries.

3. Includes table grapes and wine grapes.

..  Not available for a specific reference period.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

1.3. Total fruit area by commodity – percent share, 2019

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Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

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Total fruit area by commodity – percent share

  • Blueberries 60%
  • Apples 13%
  • Grapes 10%
  • Cranberries 5%
  • Strawberries 3%
  • Others 9%

1.4. Total fruit area[1] by province – hectares

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Newfoundland and Labrador 140 36 327 279 236
Prince Edward Island 5,544 5,735 5,466 5,675 5,584
Nova Scotia 19,976 19,335 18,412 18,195 17,976
New Brunswick 17,050 18,402 16,725 16,229 16,427
Quebec 41,750 42,285 42,895 42,699 42,119
Ontario 20,607 19,856 19,739 19,573 19,362
Manitoba 236 242 245 207 210
Saskatchewan 753 785 561 558 640
Alberta 885 321 790 753 718
British Columbia 24,502 25,065 25,133 24,720 25,075
Canada 132,660 134,190 131,249 129,155 128,595

Notes:

1. Total fruit area includes bearing and non-bearing area.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

1.5. Total fruit area by province – percent share, 2019

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Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

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Total fruit area by province – percent share

  • Quebec 33%
  • British Columbia 19%
  • Ontario 15%
  • Nova Scotia 14%
  • New Brunswick 13%
  • Others 6%

1.6. Fruit farm gate value[1] by province – thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Newfoundland and Labrador 1,027 1,377 920 943 928
Prince Edward Island 11,126 10,312 6,754 10,103 10,655
Nova Scotia 73,189 63,699 61,802 50,016 55,536
New Brunswick 47,805 36,989 24,625 38,741 41,602
Quebec 235,932 277,450 235,573 275,514 287,154
Ontario 224,016 285,769 311,002 314,068 303,708
Manitoba 2,003 2,296 2,794 2,135 2,211
Saskatchewan 2,052 2,274 2,518 2,545 2,548
Alberta 3,217 2,783 3,425 3,364 3,275
British Columbia 404,815 406,964 431,928 483,612 467,345
Canada 1,005,182 1,089,913 1,081,341 1,181,043 1,174,961

Notes:

1. The "farm gate" value is the pricing point of production, excluding charges for transport or delivery.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

1.7. Fruit farm gate value by province – percent share, 2019

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Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

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Fruit farm gate value by province – percent share

  • British Columbia 40%
  • Ontario 26%
  • Quebec 24%
  • Nova Scotia 5%
  • New Brunswick 3%
  • Others 2%

1.8. Fruit marketed volume by province – metric tonnes

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Newfoundland and Labrador 668 736 445 391 312
Prince Edward Island 9,581 13,217 11,564 9,479 10,084
Nova Scotia 68,097 68,037 63,566 42,025 50,813
New Brunswick 45,495 49,956 35,426 36,363 40,186
Quebec 249,625 307,522 234,426 280,264 282,102
Ontario 181,991 270,185 251,287 278,159 252,876
Manitoba 522 533 579 434 460
Saskatchewan 461 506 498 498 496
Alberta 668 464 668 645 626
British Columbia 289,470 294,788 277,147 302,764 296,049
Canada 846,577 1,005,946 875,605 951,022 934,005

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

1.9. Fruit marketed volume by province – percent share, 2019

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Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

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Fruit marketed volume by province – percent share

  • British Columbia 32%
  • Quebec 30%
  • Ontario 27%
  • Nova Scotia 6%
  • New Brunswick 4%
  • Others 1%

1.10. Fruit farm gate value by commodity – thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Blueberries[1] 282,637 254,513 214,627 259,868 270,692
Apples 200,598 233,147 228,955 249,280 240,041
Grapes[2] 122,800 161,917 192,089 186,805 202,371
Cranberries 123,801 157,933 114,858 142,960 135,411
Strawberries 100,998 108,534 123,970 123,273 123,678
Cherries, sweet 63,378 60,330 88,173 100,948 89,298
Peaches 34,647 32,802 40,583 36,680 35,797
Raspberries 34,947 37,952 34,942 35,452 32,116
Pears 9,184 9,081 9,536 9,638 10,699
Plums and prunes 6,038 5,374 8,055 7,248 7,789
Nectarines 6,127 7,646 8,510 9,594 7,222
Blackberries .. . .. 4,855 4,609
Cherries, sour 3,986 4,575 4,527 3,583 4,290
Haskaps .. .. .. 1,316 2,309
Saskatoon berries 2,400 1,981 2,368 2,414 2,127
Apricots 2,087 2,217 1,800 2,047 2,003
Currants .. .. .. 682 700
Other fruits 11,554 11,911 8,349 4,400 3,810
Total 1,005,182 1,089,913 1,081,341 1,181,043 1,174,961

Notes:

1. Includes low bush blueberries and high bush blueberries.

2. Includes table grapes and wine grapes.

..  Not available for a specific reference period.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

1.11. Fruit marketed volume by province – percent share, 2019

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Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

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Fruit farm gate value by commodity – percent share

  • Blueberries 23%
  • Apples 20%
  • Grapes 17%
  • Cranberries 12%
  • Strawberries 11%
  • Others 17%

1.12. Fruit marketed volume by commodity – metric tonnes

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Apples 345,535 408,405 364,763 399,808 368,422
Blueberries[1] 175,530 211,191 157,524 153,770 176,149
Cranberries 145,141 180,282 125,568 176,908 170,323
Grapes[2] 80,529 105,802 118,943 108,398 114,337
Strawberries 24,676 26,548 28,372 27,042 26,428
Peaches 25,066 22,031 23,298 23,607 22,696
Cherries, sweet 17,555 16,688 24,310 25,271 22,061
Pears 8,954 8,285 8,622 8,627 9,192
Raspberries 10,782 11,670 9,745 10,192 8,945
Cherries, sour 4,056 6,143 4,623 3,812 4,588
Plums and prunes 3,583 3,092 3,959 3,598 3,603
Nectarines 3,387 4,097 4,282 4,554 3,434
Apricots 1,096 1,173 942 1,066 982
Blackberries .. .. .. 956 879
Saskatoon berries 686 541 654 627 552
Haskaps .. .. .. 191 334
Currants .. .. .. 160 172
Other fruits 0 0 0 2,435 908
Total 846,577 1,005,946 875,605 951,022 934,005

Notes:

1.  Includes low bush blueberries and high bush blueberries.

2.  Includes table grapes and wine grapes.

..  Not available for a specific reference period.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

1.13. Fruit marketed volume by commodity – percent share, 2019

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Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0364-01 Estimates, production and farm gate value of fresh and processed fruits

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Fruit marketed volume by commodity – percent share

  • Apples 40%
  • Blueberries 19%
  • Cranberries 18%
  • Grapes 12%
  • Strawberries 3%
  • Others 8%

1.14. Total fruit marketed volume – 10-year trend

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Total fruit marketed volume – 10-year trend (metric tonnes)
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Total
fruits
(metric
tonnes)
689,981 788,061 713,916 853,533 908,207 846,577 1,005,946 875,605 951,022 934,005

2. Innovation

2.1. Number of products launched in Canada under the sub-category "Fruit" by launch type, 2015 – 2019

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Source: Mintel

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Number of new products launched in Canada under the sub-category "fruit" by launch type 2015 – 2019

  • New Variety/Range Extension 209
  • New Packaging 160
  • New Product 96
  • Relaunch 12

2.2. Top 10 claims of new products launched in Canada under the sub-category "Fruit", 2015 – 2019

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total
Convenient Packaging 16 32 36 34 25 143
Kosher 16 21 36 36 28 137
No Added Sugar 12 28 32 25 18 115
Social Media 7 12 10 30 22 81
Organic 10 5 7 15 18 55
Premium 12 7 13 10 11 53
Ease of Use 4 7 13 12 17 53
Economy 4 12 3 22 7 48
High/Added Fiber 4 9 11 9 13 46
GMO Free 7 2 11 13 9 42

Note:

1. More than 1 claim can be used on each product.

Source: Mintel

2.3. Top 5 claims of new products launched in Canada under the sub-category ‘Fruit’ 2015 – 2019

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Source: Mintel

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Top 5 claims of new products launched in Canada under the sub-category ‘fruit’ 2015 – 2019
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Convenient Packaging 16 32 36 34 25
Kosher 16 21 36 36 28
No Added Sugar 12 28 32 25 18
Social Media 7 12 10 30 22
Organic 10 5 7 15 18

3. Trade

3.1. Canadian fruit trade balance – value, thousands of Canadian dollars

Canadian fruit trade balance – value
Exports 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Fresh[1] 794,645 726,313 694,138 819,954 843,323
Processed 838,708 874,408 920,267 951,360 1,000,379
Total 1,633,353 1,600,721 1,614,405 1,771,315 1,843,702
Imports
Fresh[1] 5,750,807 5,964,167 6,056,912 6,201,550 6,370,556
Processed 4,432,412 4,428,491 4,532,348 4,731,797 4,786,284
Total 10,183,219 10,392,658 10,589,260 10,933,347 11,156,840
Trade Balance (Export − Imports)
Fresh[1] −4,956,162 −5,237,855 −5,362,774 −5,381,595 −5,527,233
Processed −3,593,704 −3,554,083 −3,612,081 −3,780,437 −3,785,905
Total −8,549,866 −8,791,937 −8,974,855 −9,162,032 −9,313,138

Note:

1: Includes frozen and dried.

Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.2. Canadian fruit imports, 2015 – 2019

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Source: Mintel

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Canadian fruit imports, – thousands of Canadian dollars
Imports 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Fresh 5,750,807 5,964,167 6,056,912 6,201,550 6,370,556
Processed 4,432,412 4,428,491 4,532,348 4,731,797 4,786,284

3.3. Canadian fruit exports, 2015 – 2019

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Source: Mintel

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Fresh Canadian fruit exports, thousands of Canadian dollars
Exports 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Fresh 794,645 726,313 694,138 819,954 843,323
Processed 838,708 874,408 920,267 951,360 1,000,379

3.4. Exports

3.4.1. Fruit[1] export value by commodity – thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Blueberries [2],[3] 469,147 422,398 409,372 474,842 552,774
Cherries, sweet 80,380 77,574 71,510 90,594 67,608
Cranberries 88,972 88,469 59,516 82,586 47,682
Apples[4] 51,335 51,234 51,696 45,222 41,094
Strawberries[3] 2,843 2,789 5,994 10,169 11,451
Cherries, sour 11,181 5,268 9,156 16,437 10,552
Raspberries[3] 13,780 12,899 10,561 9,216 9,068
Grapes[4] 999 1,147 1,894 882 1,339
Brazil nuts 31 43 4 666 878
Watermelons 130 440 370 172 608
Others 75,847 64,053 74,066 89,169 100,270
Total 794,645 726,313 694,138 819,954 843,323

Notes:

1. Fresh fruit unless otherwise specified.

2. Includes high bush and low bush blueberries.

3. Includes frozen.

4. Includes dried.

Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.4.2. Fruit[1] export volume by commodity – metric tonnes

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Blueberries [2],[3] 131,687 131,838 130,393 143,210 170,296
Cranberries 65,131 63,471 50,423 73,553 39,358
Apples[4] 37,339 36,826 35,230 27,480 36,772
Cherries, sweet 12,400 9,403 10,045 10,852 8,207
Raspberries[3] 3,323 3,645 3,045 2,968 3,663
Grapes[4] 1,641 1,380 3,432 1,577 2,650
Strawberries[3] 863 607 1,207 1,857 2,006
Watermelons 274 1,094 1,021 344 1,373
Cherries, sour 1,234 575 1,220 2,158 1,088
Brazil nuts 16 16 2 293 426
Others 46,820 35,655 43,977 51,770 52,820
Total 300,727 284,510 279,995 316,061 318,660

Notes:

1. Fresh fruit unless otherwise specified.

2. Includes high bush and low bush blueberries.

3. Includes frozen.

4. Includes dried.

Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.4.3. Canada's top 10 fruit export destinations – value in thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
United States 566,468 508,377 460,548 526,189 546,112
China 43,772 29,490 37,113 55,795 53,583
Germany 32,311 30,139 33,673 39,212 48,112
Japan 34,756 37,941 35,435 39,719 41,665
Netherlands 9,699 7,517 13,346 19,360 20,854
Poland 2,944 4,856 11,415 21,237 20,563
France 10,503 9,295 9,643 8,063 13,887
Belgium 12,228 11,623 13,046 14,877 13,030
United Kingdom 10,587 7,353 5,557 9,972 10,536
Australia 5,977 11,592 12,742 9,377 9,391
Others 65,399 68,130 61,620 76,154 65,591
Total 794,645 726,313 694,138 819,954 843,323
Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.4.4. Canada’s top 10 fruit export destinations – volume in metric tonnes

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
United States 235,878 216,476 192,355 217,822 209,465
Germany 10,381 10,174 16,026 16,499 18,149
China 7,162 5,829 8,651 11,544 13,052
Japan 8,053 9,336 10,584 11,495 11,272
Poland 1,285 2,001 6,142 9,066 8,932
Netherlands 4,002 3,138 6,041 8,911 8,528
France 2,975 2,935 3,645 2,769 4,950
Belgium 3,377 3,629 5,196 5,145 4,301
United Kingdom 3,345 2,716 3,042 4,256 4,182
Australia 1,651 3,196 3,815 2,646 2,809
Others 22,618 25,079 24,497 25,907 33,019
Total 300,727 284,510 279,995 316,061 318,660
Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.4.5. Relative Importance of Canada’s Top 5 Fruit Export Destinations – percent share of total export value

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Source: Mintel

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Value of Canada’s top 5 fresh fruit export destinations – percent share

  • United States 65%
  • China 6%
  • Germany 6%
  • Japan 5%
  • Netherlands 2%
  • Others 16%

3.4.6. Top 5 fruit export destinations, by province – value in thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Newfoundland and Labrador France 0 0 0 1 1
Netherlands 0 0 0 347 0
Others 123 22 25 72 0
Total 123 22 25 420 1
Prince Edward Island United States 14,910 17,200 8,358 16,600 19,671
Japan 379 2,986 3,057 4,629 4,267
Poland 0 0 517 33 319
Israel 924 363 242 214 241
Taiwan 148 76 27 95 213
Others 7,811 3,678 3,143 993 201
Total 24,173 24,304 15,344 22,564 24,913
Nova Scotia United States 76,600 54,911 38,486 33,005 41,769
Germany 22,429 21,359 18,754 25,094 34,237
Japan 10,717 10,022 9,023 8,218 11,719
Poland 1,796 2,859 6,679 13,151 11,569
China 3,494 3,183 6,872 8,903 10,953
Others 22,229 18,292 19,367 32,606 43,149
Total 137,265 110,626 99,181 120,977 153,395
New Brunswick United States 12,257 9,621 5,224 5,500 21,771
Poland 0 0 0 193 1,253
United Kingdom 0 0 0 0 152
Netherlands 0 0 0 0 77
Ireland 0 0 0 0 49
Others 70 125 16 104 157
Total 12,327 9,746 5,239 5,796 23,458
Quebec United States 109,043 102,375 89,790 89,679 94,661
Germany 8,971 8,046 13,749 13,078 13,409
Netherlands 3,330 3,599 5,562 9,635 10,233
Japan 7,849 8,041 6,609 7,968 8,683
Switzerland 11,032 10,486 6,703 8,306 8,550
Others 27,697 29,359 36,021 43,127 38,320
Total 167,922 161,906 158,435 171,793 173,857
Ontario United States 28,611 21,422 20,274 24,986 23,229
Cuba 1,306 1,018 2,179 1,465 3,089
United Kingdom 291 20 50 154 481
Australia 118 346 656 267 399
Mexico 0 0 0 0 253
Others 2,309 3,564 2,713 1,023 1,507
Total 32,634 26,369 25,871 27,895 28,959
Manitoba Viet Nam 0 0 0 0 69
United States 0 116 4 0 42
China 0 0 0 0 10
Others 214 232 362 3,194 306
Total 45 119 6 77 122
Saskatchewan United States 4 25 103 21 4
Australia 0 0 0 45 0
Others 0 0 66 25 0
Total 4 25 169 91 4
Alberta China 0 0 4 59 205
United States 205 97 198 3,127 112
Mozambique 0 0 0 0 111
Belgium 0 96 0 0 0
Hong Kong 0 7 7 8 0
Others 8 148 156 0 0
Total 214 348 365 3,194 428
British Columbia United States 324,838 302,609 298,087 353,272 344,853
China 34,508 22,499 26,225 41,570 37,797
Japan 15,811 16,798 16,680 18,826 16,871
Viet Nam 4,325 10,112 7,429 13,416 8,718
Australia 2,908 8,764 9,743 6,317 6,082
Others 37,549 32,064 31,339 33,747 23,865
Total 419,938 392,847 389,502 467,147 438,187
Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.5. Imports

3.5.1. Fruit[1] import value by commodity – thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Grapes[2], [3] 634,313 652,554 625,982 628,072 662,734
Bananas[3], [4] 530,030 541,834 548,088 548,750 567,163
Strawberries[5] 471,072 506,169 519,823 512,751 516,778
Raspberries[5], [6] 386,436 372,827 397,959 423,294 453,957
Blueberries[3], [5], [7] 243,113 292,566 281,501 321,373 397,871
Avocados 198,813 230,820 290,565 289,204 315,584
Mandarins, tangerines and  clementines 266,844 273,878 278,002 287,846 296,457
Apples[3] 266,062 357,835 303,797 290,773 296,250
Almonds 300,185 266,984 245,849 263,162 271,203
Oranges[3], [8] 228,867 240,646 253,369 276,987 235,732
Others 2,225,073 2,228,055 2,311,976 2,359,338 2,356,830
Total 5,750,807 5,964,167 6,056,912 6,201,550 6,370,559

Notes:

1. Fresh fruit unless otherwise specified.

2. Includes table grapes and wine grapes.

3. Includes dried.

4. Includes plantains.

5. Includes frozen.

6. Includes loganberries.

7. Includes high bush blueberries and low bush blueberries.

8. Includes temple oranges.

Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.5.2. Fruit[1] import volume by commodity – metric tonnes

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Bananas[2], [3] 579,440 587,979 598,147 598,692 603,118
Grapes[2], [4] 206,793 197,341 204,316 210,640 210,280
Apples[2] 214,006 240,802 219,167 221,310 206,252
Oranges[2], [5] 188,493 206,587 182,823 190,740 185,823
Mandarins, tangerines and  clementines 145,966 145,821 152,864 149,609 149,557
Strawberries[6] 126,388 129,619 135,225 145,201 127,233
Avocados 70,020 77,872 79,871 94,206 94,963
Blueberries[2], [6], [7] 46,413 58,691 60,197 57,501 85,750
Raspberries[6], [8] 49,685 45,487 47,094 52,611 55,867
Almonds 23,702 28,399 29,615 30,217 29,956
Others 1,047,683 1,088,458 1,087,180 1,116,849 1,136,143
Total 2,698,591 2,807,055 2,796,498 2,867,576 2,884,941

Notes:

1. Fresh fruit unless otherwise specified.

2. Includes dried.

3. Includes plantains.

4. Includes table grapes and wine grapes.

5. Includes temple oranges.

6. Includes frozen.

7. Includes high bush blueberries and low bush blueberries.

8. Includes loganberries.

Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.5.3. Top 10 sources of Canada's fruit imports – value in thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
United States 2,693,051 2,689,103 2,619,606 2,584,069 2,568,752
Mexico 694,352 787,957 940,055 950,720 1,064,252
Chile 391,123 407,884 347,339 378,549 355,008
Guatemala 239,770 266,912 311,355 300,538 292,446
Costa Rica 216,535 240,358 238,747 246,951 255,451
Peru 119,925 132,084 149,612 175,860 237,316
South Africa 122,078 130,036 158,228 189,912 203,637
Turkey 182,051 194,046 148,136 154,008 145,191
Viet Nam 106,823 121,185 137,289 150,372 128,359
Spain 77,760 72,637 86,556 124,910 124,942
Others 907,339 921,966 919,987 945,660 995,205
Total 5,750,807 5,964,167 6,056,912 6,201,550 6,370,559
Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.5.4. Top 10 sources of Canada's fruit imports – volume in metric tonnes

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
United States 1,064,497 1,104,851 1,016,922 1,013,391 990,661
Mexico 307,501 328,941 346,870 357,636 411,034
Guatemala 244,229 280,399 332,330 316,432 296,734
Costa Rica 218,594 249,817 258,902 272,980 266,980
Chile 108,444 111,551 109,135 117,449 106,502
South Africa 75,313 70,935 80,008 94,497 89,086
Spain 47,523 36,796 49,980 70,571 77,167
Peru 48,079 46,766 52,676 58,596 68,396
Turkey 24,229 28,808 28,133 33,850 28,382
Viet Nam 14,443 13,979 13,738 16,148 17,395
Others 545,741 534,210 507,803 516,026 532,603
Total 2,698,591 2,807,055 2,796,498 2,867,576 2,884,941
Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

3.5.5. Value of top 5 sources of Canada’s fresh fruit imports – percent share, 2019

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Value of top 5 sources of Canada’s fresh fruit imports – percent share e

  • United States 40%
  • Mexico 17%
  • Chili 5%
  • Guatemale 5%
  • Costa Rica 4%
  • Others 29%

3.5.6. Top 5 sources of fruit imports, by province – value in thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Newfoundland and Labrador Costa Rica - - - - 446
Ecuador - - - - 20
Russia - - 16 - 19
Others 78 226 80 - 15
Total 78 226 96 - 499
Prince Edward Island N/A - - - - -
Nova Scotia Spain 916 924 1,708 1,605 3,104
Chile 2,090 2,316 1,214 1,781 1,310
Poland 301 1,092 213 676 1,096
Mexico - - - 474 490
New Zealand 649 351 821 786 436
Others 629 1,247 2,062 947 600
Total 4,585 5,930 6,018 6,269 7,036
New Brunswick United States 60,563 70,453 40,017 24,518 42,118
Canada 14 670 9,995 12,520 19,829
Guatemala 9,284 10,842 14,313 15,799 15,136
Chile 3,595 4,645 3,075 4,035 4,651
Peru 556 811 1,071 2,223 3,766
Others 24,695 18,419 13,283 11,922 11,919
Total 98,707 105,840 81,754 71,016 97,419
Quebec United States 136,329 129,667 128,349 119,546 111,134
Chile 107,140 106,316 95,992 99,260 98,942
Spain 47,128 39,591 50,609 66,563 72,258
Guatemala 55,361 55,206 64,978 64,916 71,325
Morocco 58,046 66,156 88,294 75,293 68,269
Others 457,543 445,407 370,215 422,694 434,036
Total 861,546 842,343 798,437 848,272 855,964
Ontario United States 1,497,576 1,490,458 1,458,080 1,425,988 1,403,839
Mexico 429,231 487,016 563,557 561,835 645,634
Chile 183,658 188,846 167,311 184,997 167,892
Costa Rica 110,699 124,386 124,492 130,628 136,799
South Africa 78,335 90,989 108,364 120,902 136,542
Others 629,019 681,267 751,699 794,685 818,799
Total 2,928,518 3,062,962 3,173,501 3,219,035 3,309,506
Manitoba Mexico 14,843 14,825 30,081 41,224 44,257
United States 33,589 32,957 31,357 32,990 27,168
Guatemala 16,760 14,331 13,832 15,419 18,002
Costa Rica 7,819 5,946 4,609 5,008 3,937
Chile 7,544 5,316 1,150 1,830 1,865
Others 5,320 3,745 2,916 4,040 3,582
Total 85,876 77,119 83,946 100,511 98,812
Saskatchewan United States 17,833 16,321 15,395 10,858 12,675
Mexico 5,966 8,656 12,125 8,922 6,292
Guatemala 7,514 8,235 7,894 6,240 4,309
Chile 4,585 3,384 1,827 1,957 3,181
Peru 577 1,162 1,303 1,255 1,208
Others 5,734 6,984 6,074 4,361 3,325
Total 42,209 44,742 44,618 33,593 30,990
Alberta United States 306,943 302,766 324,286 294,723 292,691
Mexico 79,340 110,589 154,489 142,778 160,512
Ecuador 43,720 42,456 28,134 23,017 36,959
Guatemala 15,218 22,808 28,529 21,816 18,960
Costa Rica 11,301 17,515 13,170 13,569 17,783
Others 41,905 42,924 33,215 41,993 45,457
Total 498,428 539,058 581,824 537,896 572,362
British Columbia United States 640,140 646,256 622,044 675,447 679,061
Mexico 145,603 151,347 171,266 180,482 195,907
Guatemala 58,573 59,071 78,477 90,013 75,045
Chile 62,950 76,317 64,907 69,371 61,351
Peru 42,226 45,048 51,222 48,376 61,004
Others 281,369 307,908 298,803 321,268 325,603
Total 1,230,860 1,285,947 1,286,718 1,384,957 1,397,972
Source: Statistics Canada. (CATSnet, May 2020)

4. Consumption

4.1. Fresh fruits available[1] for consumption[2] per person in Canada – kg per person

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Bananas 15.74 15.78 15.84 15.58 15.45
Melons total[3] 10.64 10.91 10.46 10.56 9.98
Apples 11.08 10.66 10.95 10.49 9.43
Oranges[4] 9.08 9.46 8.81 8.78 8.49
Watermelons 6.36 6.38 6.14 6.27 6.22
Grapes 4.62 4.31 4.39 4.57 4.51
Mandarins 3.88 3.83 3.88 3.71 3.62
Cranberries 2.19 3.15 2.04 2.77 3.45
Pineapples 2.91 3.11 3.31 3.23 3.02
Strawberries 3.19 3.25 3.43 3.45 2.92
Avocados 1.84 2.02 2.05 2.38 2.37
Melons, musk and cantaloupes 2.52 2.73 2.65 2.64 2.28
Lemons 1.70 1.72 1.81 1.85 1.86
Pears 2.13 1.94 1.81 1.84 1.83
Dates 1.50 1.54 1.77 1.72 1.78
Guavas and mangoes 1.45 1.45 1.62 1.67 1.74
Blueberries 0.78 1.01 1.09 1.19 1.46
Other fresh melons 1.73 1.76 1.62 1.59 1.43
Other berries 1.14 0.98 1.00 1.10 1.14
Peaches 1.18 1.15 0.99 1.08 1.11
Cherries 0.72 0.76 1.13 0.97 0.97
Grapefruits 1.12 1.01 0.99 0.94 0.87
Limes 0.68 0.98 0.71 0.73 0.78
Nectarines 0.62 0.66 0.57 0.56 0.51
Plums total 0.56 0.61 0.55 0.51 0.50
Kiwis 0.55 0.58 0.51 0.43 0.45
Papayas 0.41 0.42 0.45 0.42 0.44
Coconuts 0.36 0.32 0.40 0.41 0.38
Figs 0.39 0.38 0.42 0.45 0.38
Apricots 0.10 0.13 0.10 0.09 0.11
Other citrus 0.03 0.03 0.04 0.04 0.07
Winter melons 0.03 0.05 0.06 0.05 0.05

Notes:

1. Food available per person is calculated by dividing the domestic disappearance by the Canadian population as of July 1st of the reference year, at the retail level.

Domestic disappearance represents the total food available for human consumption from the Canadian food supply chain.

Total Supply = Beginning stocks + Production + Imports

Domestic Disappearance = Total supply – Exports – Manufacturing - Waste - Ending stocks

2. Does not adjust for losses, such as waste and/or spoilage in stores, households, private institutions or restaurants or losses during preparation.

3. Melons total include melons, musk and cantaloupe, other fresh melons, watermelons and winter melons.

4. Oranges include mandarins, clementines, tangerines, satsumas, wilkings and similar citrus fruits.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0054-01 Food available in Canada

4.2. Fresh fruits available[1] for consumption adjusted for losses[2] in Canada - kg per person

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Bananas 7.41 7.43 7.46 7.34 7.28
Apples 7.29 7.01 7.21 6.91 6.21
Oranges[2] 3.75 3.91 3.64 3.63 3.51
Melons total[3] 3.40 3.47 3.34 3.38 3.23
Grapes 2.75 2.56 2.61 2.71 2.68
Cranberries 1.50 2.15 1.39 1.89 2.35
Watermelons 2.39 2.40 2.31 2.36 2.34
Strawberries 1.76 1.79 1.89 1.90 1.61
Blueberries 0.64 0.84 0.90 0.99 1.21
Dates 0.95 0.98 1.12 1.09 1.13
Avocados 0.84 0.92 0.94 1.09 1.08
Pears 1.26 1.15 1.07 1.09 1.08
Guavas and mangoes 0.74 0.75 0.83 0.86 0.89
Pineapples 0.80 0.85 0.91 0.89 0.83
Other berries 0.78 0.67 0.68 0.75 0.78
Melons, musk and cantaloupes  0.64 0.70 0.68 0.67 0.58
Peaches 0.56 0.55 0.47 0.51 0.53
Lemons 0.47 0.47 0.50 0.51 0.51
Cherries 0.31 0.33 0.49 0.41 0.42
Limes 0.29 0.42 0.31 0.31 0.34
Coconuts 0.31 0.27 0.34 0.35 0.32
Grapefruits 0.39 0.35 0.35 0.33 0.30
Other melons 0.35 0.36 0.33 0.32 0.29
Plums total 0.32 0.35 0.31 0.29 0.28
Figs 0.27 0.26 0.28 0.30 0.26
Nectarines 0.29 0.32 0.27 0.27 0.24
Kiwis 0.23 0.24 0.21 0.18 0.19
Papayas 0.10 0.10 0.11 0.10 0.11
Apricots 0.06 0.07 0.05 0.05 0.06
Other citrus 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.04
Winter melons 0.02 0.02 0.03 0.02 0.02

Notes:

1. Food available per person is calculated by dividing the domestic disappearance by the Canadian population as of July 1st of the reference year, at the retail level. 

Domestic disappearance represents the total food available for human consumption from the Canadian food supply chain.

Total Supply = Beginning stocks + Production + Imports

Domestic Disappearance = Total supply – Exports – Manufacturing - Waste - Ending stocks

2. Experimental, use with caution. The data have been adjusted for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

3. Oranges include mandarins, clementines, tangerines, satsumas, wilkings and similar citrus fruits.

4. Melons include melons, musk and cantaloupe, other fresh melons, watermelons and winter melons.

Source: Statistics Canada. Table 32-10-0054-01 Food available in Canada

5. World data

5.1. Top 10 importers of fruit[1] worldwide – value in thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
United States 19,666,769 22,202,982 23,561,699 24,457,280 25,951,623
China 7,618,789 7,779,923 8,288,405 11,224,739 15,487,121
Germany 12,957,314 13,738,618 14,631,293 15,343,657 14,911,484
Netherlands 8,476,956 9,430,086 10,232,965 11,212,642 11,730,642
United Kingdom 7,868,366 8,351,868 8,251,247 8,373,661 8,369,486
France 6,545,322 7,196,718 7,519,380 7,816,984 7,652,747
Russia 5,103,911 5,110,509 6,064,091 6,587,649 6,762,479
Canada 5,750,807 5,964,167 6,056,912 6,201,550 6,370,559
Hong Kong 4,801,676 5,705,455 5,441,076 5,677,967 6,070,577
Italy 4,475,396 4,534,507 4,614,426 4,788,294 5,004,791
Others 55,389,031 58,577,608 61,078,812 62,287,077 59,216,804
Total 138,654,338 148,592,441 155,740,306 163,971,499 167,528,314

Note:

1. Includes fresh, frozen and dried fruits and nuts.

Source: Global Trade Tracker (May 2020)

5.2. Top 10 exporters of fruit[1] worldwide – value in thousands of Canadian dollars

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
United States 18,486,766 18,627,194 19,272,377 19,059,248 20,015,299
Spain 11,518,820 11,987,781 12,165,229 12,938,000 13,165,934
Mexico 5,916,923 7,337,579 8,565,117 8,496,628 11,940,328
Netherlands 7,667,259 9,021,608 9,718,235 10,687,386 10,757,442
China 6,766,568 7,341,416 6,882,922 6,866,553 8,248,184
Chile 5,917,729 6,646,260 6,296,595 7,331,609 7,672,608
Turkey 5,603,666 5,147,240 5,091,738 5,138,739 5,538,099
Thailand 1,711,399 2,133,760 3,019,650 2,004,873 4,973,355
Italy 4,885,721 5,212,171 5,424,304 5,204,309 4,927,409
Ecuador 3,749,346 3,813,758 4,145,156 4,365,369 4,632,713
Others[2] 54,144,393 58,463,421 61,790,760 65,432,727 63,636,400
Total 126,368,591 135,732,187 142,372,082 147,525,440 155,507,771

Note:

1. Includes fresh, frozen and dried fruits and nuts.

2. In 2019, Canada ranked 33rd globally with exports totaling $913,875 thousands.

Source: Global Trade Tracker (May 2020

5.3. World fruit production by commodity – volume in metric tonnes

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Bananas 112,809,324 115,209,380 112,627,980 114,359,133 115,737,861
Watermelons 99,201,126 100,976,838 102,414,316 103,225,509 103,931,337
Apples 85,485,079 82,556,084 84,743,988 83,000,398 86,142,197
Grapes 73,910,050 76,346,915 74,089,693 73,007,813 79,125,982
Oranges 72,214,543 72,331,331 72,771,146 73,468,675 75,413,374
Mangoes[1] 47,617,735 48,067,447 49,523,191 51,997,633 55,383,785
Plantains 38,925,446 39,642,733 38,226,508 38,703,535 39,482,164
Tangerines[2] 31,022,244 33,149,996 32,304,732 32,679,544 34,393,430
Melons, other[3] 26,059,468 25,537,777 26,563,103 26,624,465 27,349,214
Pineapples 25,441,964 25,861,508 25,825,273 27,383,085 27,924,287
Peaches and nectarines 22,515,440 23,870,941 24,040,295 24,784,646 24,453,425
Pears 26,010,280 24,615,692 23,216,205 23,848,483 23,733,772
Lemons and limes 15,899,014 16,908,006 17,234,276 17,456,457 19,368,838
Papayas 12,765,039 12,163,269 12,957,876 12,971,418 13,290,320
Plums and sloes 11,317,218 11,546,434 11,713,059 11,619,143 12,608,678
Grapefruit and pomelos 8,321,169 8,864,859 8,957,158 8,966,891 9,374,739
Dates 7,419,201 8,078,879 8,288,237 8,384,286 8,526,218
Strawberries 7,529,827 8,086,324 7,901,882 8,069,134 8,337,099
Avocados 5,044,382 5,284,135 5,636,234 6,005,285 6,407,171
Persimmons 4,442,464 4,334,751 4,350,296 4,535,072 4,711,458
Kiwi fruit 3,649,977 4,066,630 3,740,518 3,886,696 4,022,650
Apricots 3,336,174 3,934,400 4,925,675 4,768,977 3,838,523
Cherries, sweet 2,156,646 2,228,709 2,283,701 2,426,635 2,547,944
Cashew apples 1,922,194 1,788,383 1,574,050 1,395,857 1,711,009
Cherries, sour 1,332,280 1,342,049 1,405,566 1,184,648 1,529,000
Figs 1,148,425 1,158,890 1,062,226 1,151,300 1,135,316
Raspberries 629,962 676,486 824,111 797,311 870,209
Cranberries 655,058 653,470 757,112 640,610 722,684
Quinces 629,998 648,297 637,818 696,903 688,660
Blueberries 546,384 555,721 641,518 606,206 682,790
Currants 633,540 626,959 623,883 539,532 662,586
Gooseberries 173,771 167,754 170,063 161,007 176,362
Carobs 165,328 131,994 133,489 136,008 144,960
Others 71,883,733 72,080,544 72,902,961 73,079,544 73,346,788
Grand Total 822,814,483 833,493,585 835,068,139 842,561,839 867,774,830

Notes:

1. Includes mangosteens, guavas.

2. Includes mandarins, clementines and satsumas.

3. Includes cantaloupes.

Source: FAOSTAT (May 2020)

5.4. World fruit production by commodity – area in hectares

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Grapes 7,021,508 7,118,424 6,945,195 6,919,256 7,157,658
Mangoes[1] 5,826,328 5,470,384 5,596,122 5,699,519 5,748,786
Bananas 5,322,915 5,435,446 5,323,982 5,576,915 5,728,680
Plantains 5,608,340 5,670,587 5,442,273 5,526,179 5,643,475
Apples 5,137,851 5,207,675 5,107,557 4,928,661 4,904,305
Oranges 4,143,766 3,988,907 3,941,252 3,868,498 4,469,719
Tangerines[2]2,370,767 2,521,706 2,495,212 2,506,885 3,639,084
Watermelons 3,165,445 3,178,289 3,217,359 3,178,430 3,241,239
Plums and sloes 2,510,191 2,500,583 2,568,104 2,559,648 2,649,039
Peaches and nectarines 1,531,582 1,626,679 1,596,469 1,559,036 1,712,425
Pears 1,576,898 1,593,144 1,449,495 1,382,384 1,381,923
Lemons and limes 1,018,325 1,057,586 1,052,240 1,089,434 1,267,401
Pineapples 1,017,886 1,017,994 1,036,929 1,081,988 1,111,372
Dates 1,087,017 1,047,222 1,096,909 1,089,321 1,092,104
Melons, other[3] 1,058,209 1,037,414 1,080,066 1,051,105 1,047,283
Papayas 423,848 410,484 451,481 447,829 1,015,498
Persimmons 944,368 938,495 935,689 944,022 951,324
Avocados 519,660 542,072 574,375 592,389 918,531
Cashew apples 690,312 651,492 623,297 548,949 673,630
Apricots 552,053 558,969 592,775 560,308 548,730
Cherries, sweet 407,439 411,400 419,393 422,546 432,314
Grapefruit and pomelos 319,105 354,133 359,950 332,690 373,735
Strawberries 355,948 374,057 363,398 367,024 372,361
Figs 312,642 296,769 292,029 277,226 301,062
Kiwi fruit 224,099 261,388 234,590 241,393 247,109
Cherries, sour 208,446 209,869 215,768 208,743 215,893
Raspberries 93,328 101,100 114,389 118,252 124,971
Currants 116,721 114,407 114,257 110,360 122,273
Blueberries 94,520 104,754 103,832 103,239 109,270
Quinces 78,930 78,969 82,875 83,189 82,941
Carobs 41,339 41,522 41,109 40,873 42,866
Cranberries 38,418 39,381 41,028 40,126 39,524
Gooseberries 30,479 29,522 29,435 27,210 29,533
Others 10,053,945 10,243,557 10,711,984 10,803,308 10,651,609
Grand Total 63,902,628 64,234,380 64,250,818 64,286,935 68,047,667

Notes:

1. Includes mangosteens, guavas.

2. Includes mandarins, clementines and satsumas.

3. Includes cantaloupes.

Source: FAOSTAT (May 2020)

6. Key Resources

Import and export data is based on the following Harmonized System Codes (H.S. Codes):

All import and export H.S. codes fall under Chapter 08 of the Custom Tariff.

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