Poland mutton export quantities

The quantity of mutton shipped by Poland in 2020 was 517 metric tons. In 2019 Poland shipped 445 tonnes of mutton. For 2019 alone, the market for Poland mutton (meat category) has gone down, with a change of -13.255 pc compared to the year 2018. Between 2017 and 2019, mutton's exports reduced by -12.23 percent bringing the nation US$2.97m for the year 2019. Poland's mutton exports are categorised as:

  • Fresh or chilled sheep carcases and half-carcases (excluding lambs) (HS code 020421)
  • Frozen lamb carcases and half-carcases (HS code 020430)
  • Frozen sheep carcases and half-carcases (excluding lambs) (HS code 020441)
  • Fresh or chilled lamb carcases and half-carcases (HS code 020410)
  • Fresh or chilled boneless cuts of sheep (HS code 020423)
  • Frozen cuts of sheep, with bone in (excluding carcases and half-carcases) (HS code 020442)
  • Fresh or chilled cuts of sheep, with bone in (excluding carcases and half-carcases) (HS code 020422)
  • Frozen boneless cuts of sheep (HS code 020443)

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Poland mutton export values

In 2019, Poland supplied mutton valued at 2.97m USD, a decrease of -20.61% from 2018's total mutton export of 3.741m USD. The annual change in value of Poland mutton between 2017 to 2018 was 13.847 percent.

The annual/yearly change in the quantity of Poland's mutton exports between 2017 and 2019 was -12.23% in comparison to a variation of -13.255% in the period between 2018 and 2019.

Poland's share of the world's total mutton's exports in 2019 was 3.1 per cent. The country holds position 7 in world exports of mutton.

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Export markets for Poland mutton ( in '000$ )

Poland's top destinations for mutton are Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Slovakia and Italy.

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Import/Export Trends

Poland is a net importer of mutton. The annual growth of Poland mutton in value between 2015 to 2019 was -5%, per annum, while annual growth in quantity through the same period was -13%, per annum.

Poland bought 1,142 tonnes of mutton in 2019.