In 2019, Spain sold its cucumbers in the European Union for € 1.03 / kg. This is 10.99% more than the average price of cucumbers sold by the Netherlands (€ 0.928 / kg), according to data from the statistical service Euroestacom (Icex-Eurostat).
If we compare the sales of 2019 with those of 2010, we'll find that Spain has seen its sales in the EU increase by 20.35%, while the Netherlands has recorded a 6.17% drop. Meanwhile, Morocco's cucumber sales in the EU have grown by 83.82%.
The total volume of cucumbers purchased by the EU in 2019 was 1,261 million kilos worth 1,206.99 million Euro, with an average price of € 0.957 / kg.
Sales by country
As said above, Spain is the country that has supplied the most cucumbers to EU Member States, with 521.28 million kilos worth 536.86 million Euro and an average price of 1.03 € / kg.
The Netherlands ranked second with 410.29 million kilos, 380.63 million Euro and an average price of € 0.928 / kg.
Together, Spain and the Netherlands accounted for 73.87% of all the cucumbers purchased by EU Member States, a total of 931.57 million kilos.
The EU's third largest cucumber supplier in terms of volume has been Germany, with 84.53 million kilos worth 95.77 million Euro and an average price of € 1.133 / kg.
The fourth place corresponds to Belgium, with 44.32 million kilos, 39.19 million Euro and an average price of € 0.884 / kg.
Greece closes the top 5, with 26.58 million kilos, 18.1 million Euro and an average price of € 0.681 / kg.