Morocco cherries export quantities

In 2019 Morocco shipped 19 tonnes of cherries. For the year 2019 alone, the interest in Morocco cherries (fruits category) has surged, recording a change of 90 % compared to the year 2018. Between 2017 and 2019, cherries' exports went down by -51.28 pc bringing the exporter US$0.06m for the year 2019. Morocco's cherries exports are categorised as:

  • Fresh cherries (HS code 080920)
  • Fresh sour cherries "Prunus cerasus" (HS code 080921)
  • Cherries, prepared or preserved, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or spirit (excluding preserved with sugar but not laid in syrup, jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit purée and pastes, obtained by cooking) (HS code 200860)
  • Cherries, fresh (HS code 0809XX)
  • Fresh cherries (excluding sour cherries) (HS code 080929)

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Morocco cherries export values

In 2019, Morocco exported cherries with a value of 0.06m USD, a surge of 100.00% from 2018's total cherries export of 0.03m USD. The annual growth in value of Morocco cherries between 2017 to 2018 was -50 percent.

The yearly variation in the volume of Morocco's cherries exports between 2017 and 2019 was -51.28 per cent in comparison to a variation of 90% in the period between 2018 and 2019.

Morocco's stake of the world's total cherries' exports in 2019 was less than 1%. Morocco holds position 56 in world exports of cherries.

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Export markets for Morocco cherries ( in '000$ )

Morocco's leading export markets for cherries are Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Senegal and Mauritania.

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Import/Export Trends

Morocco is a net importer of cherries. The annual growth of Morocco cherries in value between 2015 to 2019 was -15%, per annum, while annual growth in quantity was -21%, per annum.

Morocco imported 27 tonnes of cherries in 2019.

Production

The production of cherries in Morocco was 101,745 tonnes in 2019 and is forecast to change by an average of 48.91%. The country had an estimated 15,250.00 hectares under cherries cultivation.