According to data prepared by Hortoinfo from the Estacom statistical service, Spain imported 165.32 million kilos of tomatoes in 2021 for 152.03 million euro, and an average price of € 0.92/kg.
Morocco was its biggest supplier with 78.05 million kilos, the largest volume of Moroccan tomatoes that Spain has ever imported in a year, 14.26% more than in the previous year and 307 % more in the last ten years. Tomato imports from Morocco totaled 78.31 million euro, at an average price of € 1/kg.
Portugal was Spain's second-biggest tomato supplier in 2020 with 33.15 million kilos worth 31.77 million euro and an average price of € 0.96/kg.
The Netherlands ranked third with 30.73 million kilos worth 24.5 million euros and an average price of € 0.8/kg.
It was followed by Belgium with a volume of 14.58 million kilos of tomatoes worth 9.23 million euro and an average price of € 0.63/kg.
France ranked fifth with 4 million kilos worth 3.34 million euro, and an average price of € 0.84/kg.