Spain: Peppers bring in over 73 million per month

In the first six months of 2013, the export of peppers yielded an average of 73.69 million in revenue per month, coping to a total of 442,12 million Euro. Of this, 423.79 million came from the EU and 18.33 million from other countries, according to Fepex.

Austria paid the most for the peppers (1.6432 Euro per kilo), followed by Belgium 1.6424 euros per kilo) and Slovenia (average 1.6391 Euro per kilo). In fourth place is Sweden (average 1.58 Euro / kg) and in fifth place Germany (average 1.54 Euro per kilo). Portugal paid less than 1.00 € / kg, Italia (€ 1.21 / kg), Czech Republic (€ 1.25 / kg) and Ireland 1.26 Euro per kilo.

Germany remained the largest importer of Spanish peppers in this period with a total of 95.08 million kilos, for which it paid 147.05 million.

France imported 52.80 million kilos’ worth of Spanish peppers and paid 71.20 million. 


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